$50 Worth of MSN adCenter Clicks via eComXpo

Oct 26, 2006 • 7:45 am | comments (7) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Microsoft Bing Ads (formerly adCenter)

Big conference is taking place now, named eComXpo. In any event, a bunch of PPC engines are there giving away coupons. One accessible coupon for you is from MSN adCenter, they are giving away $50 in free clicks for new users. The coupon is available as a PDF document over here for now.

Go to www.msftadcenter.com/events and sign up today!
Enter promotional code: ecomxpo1006
Open a new search advertising account by November 15, 2006
and get a $50 credit for ad clicks when you start an account for $5 today!*

Reading the fine print is almost impossible for me.

Also get your AdWords Coupons.

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10/26/2006 07:45 pm

Well it seems like Microsoft does not like Canadians? The code is country specific to where the promotion is taking place??? this means if you are from out of the country and you go to the expo you are SOL if you want to use this coupon. Seems very strange to do especially with a new service, and to compete with google and yahoo whose free credits abound on the internet right now.


10/27/2006 03:58 am

note to firefox adblock http://adblock.mozdev.org/ users: you must whitelist the adcenter URL in order for the functions to work. all the crazy AJAX really conflicts with native processes.


10/27/2006 03:52 pm

Crazy promo - I'm from the UK and it wont work! Come on AdCenter we have aeroplanes these days and not all visitors are from the US


10/27/2006 03:53 pm

Come on adcenter not all your visitors are from the US!!!!!!!!


11/01/2006 12:02 am

Did you find out after you completed the signup process that you don´t qualify for the coupon or at what step did that occur to you? I started to sign up but was never sure wether I would get the coupon and didn´t want to complete only to find out that I don´t qualify.


01/18/2007 03:47 am

Arent adenter coupons given away for free all over the place?


07/04/2007 02:44 pm

Since the subject comes up every week on DP etc, I've started a list of web hosts etc offering <a href="http://www.qualitynonsense.com/free-adwords-credit/" rel="nofollow">AdWords / adCenter/ YSM credits</a>.

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