As the recession reverberates around the world, an eBook around the world that is called the AdWords acim has been capturing the imagination of many people who have given up their day jobs – some by choice, some by redundancy. This is because it has been holding the potential for users to make money and maintain a consistent income.
The eBook, found at AdWords Miracle has been advertised as a book that contains some of the best-kept secrets of the Internet marketing world, secrets that some marketers did not want to come to the surface (in fear that it would make a dent on their profits). Some people who have found themselves with leisure time on their hands have now began to wonder whether or not some of these powerful tips can be the missing link to being financially comfortable through the subprime mortgage crisis.
With unemployment rates in the millions, if you haven’t been affected by pay cuts and redundancies, it is more than likely that you know somebody who has been. The skills which are included in the handbook claim to be excellent instruction even for those who are starting out into the world of Internet marketing as it allows people to slowly use real-life scenarios to gather experience in marketing authentic products.
The online advertising market has been in growth over the past few years in comparison to other mediums like newspapers and television, nevertheless budgets are waning. This lack of budgets has meant that effective campaigns are thin on the ground.
Resultantly, this lack of budget in comparison with the abundant money in the market just a few years ago has meant that less and less people are seeing the point in advertising online if the little budgets that they do have aren’t getting them anywhere.
The AdWords Miracle assures readers on its website that it can give businesspeople as much profit as possible for their efforts for minimal investment. One claim even indicates that advertising campaigns could be so successful that four in every ten people would click on it. Some testimonials have indicated that it was the end for marketers who were struggling in the challenging pay-per-click sector.
A question on some people’s lips was whether or not the AdWords Miracle can be deemed as a scam. The skepticism that surrounds the eBook as a whole stems from the homepage of the website where promises of thousands of dollars a month are a little too good to be true. Others are concerned about the fee to buy the book at $97 – a high price to pay for those who just want to test the water with the techniques outlined in the book.
Reviewers have called the book ‘refreshing’ and have said that the eBook holds the potential for Internet marketers to explore new keyword markets and demographics that are little known or non-existent, meaning that a business’ website could dominate the traffic gained for those phrases.
The eBook’s real-life scenarios and situations in context have been a captivating read for some who have struggled to see how a technique outlined in a book could translate into practical use, too. $97 could be a high price if you are unemployed or redundant, but it can be a low price to pay if you jump in and see whether AdWords could hold the key to your future income.