Saturday, October 18, 2008

How To Get PPC Ads For Free

Most recently, I came across a site that was offering to show internet marketers how to show their PPC ads to 1,398,100 prospects for free.

I’m always somewhat reluctant to pass on this type of information on my blog. I find such strong claims and potential results with these extremely high numbers just a bit unsettling.

My first reaction when I went to the website was... Here We Go... this is just another over-exaggerated proposition to get more visitors and signups. However, after spending considerable time on the site and understanding how the system works, it does makes sense to me. Once explained, the potential does exist to reach a high number of prospectz.

Today, I want to share with you an overview of this free traffic generation system called

LeadsLeap is an ingenious system that combines the power of contextual advertising and network lead generation. For those of you who are not familiar with the term contextual ads, they are simply advertisements formatted similar to Google Adsense or Google Adword ads displayed on various websites.

In this system, you are allowed to post PPC ads to 10 levels of a network you have built.

Unlike traditional network lead generation methods, LeadsLeap only allows members to post their ads in the form of contextual ads.

This means your leads do not receive obtrusive ads from members in your upline. Personally, I found this one attractive aspect of the system. I do not particularly like to receive a bunch of junk ads that I am not interested in reading or could care less about the information being sent.

However, LeadsLeap provides the option to their members of receiving very informative and useful newsletters. I've saved some of the newsletters for future reference. If you are an internet marketer or small business owner that advertises your products or services online, you may find yo may well benefit from this newsletter also.

If you have not heard about this service you can Register For Your Free Account Here!

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I'd very interested in getting your feedback after you check the site out. Leave a comment - Is this over-exaggeration or useful lead generation information?