Get the Facts Straight with the Hispanic Market

Apr 13, 2005 • 7:22 pm | comments (0) by | Filed Under Hispanic Search Marketing

Last week Barry Schwartz (RustyBrick) was so generous to invite me to be a guest author at the Search Engine Roundtable. I gladly accepted and he made a formal announcement.

From time to time you will see me writing about spontaneous topics related with what is happening in our Search Marketing industry and the forums. Primarily, you will hear from me on the Hispanic and Latin America issues that need to be covered, which ususally don't get much coverage in detail. I also enjoy local search and link building tactics as well as good pizza.

In this first blog I want to point out a thread in SearchEngineWatch Forums called "Opinions on PPC for Hispanic Market?" because it is so important to get the facts straight from forum Members about this PPC provider in the Hispanic market before you do a test with them.

For some time their business model seems to be getting companies to do tests, tests and more tests but are they reaching any conversions or ROI objectives for the advertisers? Should you invest $500 with QuePasa's Standard Package, please do read this thread first. At least you know what to expect.

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