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Google Pay Per Action Ads

Google launches Pay Per Action Ads beta test. The new advertising service will allow advertisers to pay for a specific action such as pageview, lead acquisition, sale, etc. Pay Per Action ad placement will only be available on the Google content network. You can read the press release here. More information on Google Pay Per […]

RubberStamped.org Web Directory – Directory Of The Week

RubberStamped.org is this week’s winner of the Search Engine Help Directory of The Week Contest. We recommended RubberStamped.org because of the price point, ease of navigation, and clean layout. Plus its not cluttered up with a bunch of junk websites. For a one time listing review fee of $29.95 your site will be approved within […]

Microsoft Content Ads Pilot

Microsoft launches Content Ads Pilot Program, a contextual advertising service that will allow U.S. advertisers to place relevant text ads throughout the Microsoft network. Examples of the Microsoft Network are sites such as City Guides, Real Estate, Tech and Gadgets, etc. “This week, some of our U.S. advertisers will receive an e-mail notification that their […]

URLZ.net Web Directory – Directory Of The Week

This week’s winner of the directory of the week contest is the URLZ.net Web Directory. URLZ.net is recommended for several reasons, one being the variety of submission options available to you. When submitting a site you have four different options starting with free submission (3 month turnaround), next is reciprocal (7 day turnaround), followed by […]

New Layout and Blog Conversion

Well, after a very long day of trying to figure out how to covert my former b2 blog to WordPress it is finally done.. Search Engine Help also got a facelift as well, hope you like it. For whatever reason the b2 import script that’s available with WordPress doesn’t work and trying to find an […]