PPC Supremacy in the News!

Here’s a cool press release about the PPC Supremacy launch which goes live TOMORROW.

Two California based internet marketers open the doors tomorrow on the much-anticipated “PPC Supremacy”, a training which promises to solve the web-traffic “drought” the home business industry has suffered recently.

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Here it is on Press Release Spider

One more, just for kicks

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My Favourite PPC Domination Submissions

Time to solve a little mystery for some people who were surprised at how fast I discovered their submissions.

I use Google Alerts. tadaaaaaaaaa!

*post edited to remove excessive exclamation marks

Time to solve a little mystery for some people who were surprised at how fast I discovered their submissions.

I use Google Alerts. tadaaaaaaaaa!

It’s a cool service from Google that you can setup to alert you every time the keywords you specify are posted or talked about on the internet. I use it as a keyword research tool for PPC–and if you don’t, you should.

The way I have it setup, Google sends me an email as soon as anyone publishes an article, blog entry, or press release with “PPC Domination” in the content.

And in this way, I’ve been able to read and enjoying many of the submissions and reviews everyone’s been doing. There have been a LOT of submissions so far.

Was it as a result of my earlier blog post about How to win the MacBook Pro? I don’t know, I can’t say for sure. But I hope I gave enough of you out there some ideas on how to make a pile of money this month after PPC Domination launches on Monday.

I’d like to honour and highlight a few of the submissions people made. These ones really stood out for me. These can be taken as examples of awesome work–in case you’re looking for ideas on how to win one of those Macbooks!

Mari Ann Lisenbe submitted my favourite PPC Domination video review because she anticipates and handles an objection someone else might have about the course being too difficult. Mari Ann explains that she found it very simple and easy to understand. Good reviews and testimonials should always be specific about the benefit of the product being marketed.

Melanie Milletics’ most recent blog post was fantastic. She gives 3 reasons you should NOT get PPC Domination. That raises eyebrows and grabs attention fast–then she goes on to give these 3 reasons and back up her claim. Don’t worry, she made a positive review!

And my favourite PPC Domination press release was submitted by Sherry Driedger, it was short, to the point, not-hypey, and sounded like newsworthy news. That was a perfect press release and she worked her pitch in there at the end in a really smart way that makes the reader want to click.

There were many other submissions that got my attention. It would take me too long to find them all. This is just a sample of the ones i liked. Congratulations to everyone else for their fine efforts in promoting PPC Domination.

Good luck contestants!