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Frequently Asked Questions - Dynamic Submission

Q:What’s Pay-Per-Click Search Engines

A Pay Per Click (also known as Pay Per Ranking, Pay Per Placement, Pay Per Performance or Pay Per Position) search engine enables you to list your site at a particular position of the search results according to the keyword bid. You list your website by selecting keywords that refer to your products or services. For each keyword you determine how much you are willing to spend and what position you want. The higher you bid the higher your site will appear in the search results. You can start your bid from 1 cent per click for most of the major PPC engines, some PPC engines have a minimum bid of 5 cents per click.

In Pay Per Click search engine you only pay for the clicks (or click through) to your web site. Pay-per-click search engine plays an important role to drive traffic to the web site because you only pay for actual clicks if some one click on your listing on the search results. It is risk free and a cheaper alternative to listing with the bigger search engines. Pay per click search engines usually combine paid listings with unpaid listings. Usually unpaid listing are provided by search engines like Google, Inktomi or DMOZ. If there is no enough bidders (or listing) for a certain search term, part of the search results will come from those free search engines.


Search Engines FAQ

What’s Pay-Per-Click Search Engines?

How many Search Engines will Dynamic Submission post my web site details to? (How often do you update your engine data file?)

What’s the difference between directory, FFA and general engines?

How often do I need to update the engine data files?

How do 'Spider' Search Engines work?

How do Search Engines deal with Web sites that are no longer there? Do they use any process to remove such sites from their listings?

Can I add new engines that are not included in your engine data file?