Harrison GevirtzI think that Yahoo.com/Overture/YSM is the best ppc engine out there for affiliate marketers because it has not reached the ridiculous levels of competition that adwords currently has yet still has a nice chunk of available volume. Another reason that I prefer YSM is due to the fact that $500.00 per month will get you a premium account vs. 10,000 ++ per month for a premium account with adwords.

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Regards,
Harrison Gevirtz – CEO Gevirtz Media LLC

By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

29 thoughts on “Harrison Gevirtz On PPC Engines”
  1. ..nice pic. Another SE another Market. Which profile choose as best PPC SE… Shoe..?

  2. I do agree, Yahoo does nicely for my company, higher conversion rates and lower costs. Only problem is not as much traffic comes through Yahoo

  3. After the latest slap from Adwords, I did my numbers again and again. Yahoo is better for ROI. So I agree with Harrison.
    Pex

  4. Over the last month, Yahoo and Google have been neck and neck in terms of performance for my company in terms of conversions. As Brian mentioned, the traffic is a bit less but it converts for us better so therefore is far and away the leader in terms of ROI. However, Yahoo’s lack of consistency worries me a bit. I’d much rather have a steady stream of traffic than waves and droughts we’ve been seeing.

  5. Does having a Yahoo premium account get you the same perks as a Google premium account?

  6. I agree with this. Yahoo works well for my PPC campaigns. It doesn’t reach the wide audience that Google does but at least I’m not paying an arm and a leg for the clicks.

  7. You’re definitely right, Harrison. YSM has a pretty good amount of traffic in certain niches. But, as Joeychgo says, Yahoo! doesn’t necessarily convert. From my experience, I would say that you have to test the YSM traffic out–and watch it closely to see if it converts.

    Make sure you test everything like keywords, ad copy, landing pages, and soforth before you give up on YSM. The same actually goes for all of the other PPC engines, as well.

  8. This little dude has impressed my tiny little brain. I think he’s a real up and comer. He has more experience than I do with PPC and his blog entries are pretty interesting. More mature than his years for sure. Good job Harrison.

  9. Thanks For the compliment dude. I do have a lot to learn though. I must say i am VERY happy to actually be cool enough to make it to shoemoneys blog! 😀

    I will be doing a follow up post about adcenter, ysm, and adwords this week 😛

  10. Harrison gets picked for wearing the AA shirt? 🙂 Good job man.

    So far we got the two obvious results, Adsense and YPN. Who’s going to be next with something more fancy? There’s a bit out there, but I guess not necessarily “the best”. We’ll wait and read and see I suppose.

  11. do you think people are really going to reveal a sweet SE PPC they got hidden…..

  12. I have been using Kontera in text PPC as a publisher on a few sites. I average .09 to .11 cents a click in revenue. I am also trying out vibrantmedia as well to see if they pay a little better. The click rate is pretty good since it’s in text. The thing that got me to try vibrantmedia is their ads for movies. They are full on trailers with sound and all. Pretty cool stuff.

  13. I must say those auctionads shirts are frigging awesome. When i saw you walking around at AD:TECH sf i was to scared to consult you for one… That shirt was like the best 6.00 ever spent 😀

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  15. I totally agree with you. I was shocked to hear he just finished his first year of high school.. he’s well on his way to becoming a rock star!

  16. Its not as if there is another search engine you haven’t heard of that has a 80% market share. They call them the “big three” for a reason..

  17. I presume this is with landing pages? Anyone have luck with direct to merchant on Yahoo!?

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