Difference between PPC & SEO?

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Re: Difference between PPC & SEO?

Postby skledeny » Tue Jun 21, 2011 4:41 am

According to me the difference is the price tag that comes with PPC & SEO techniques. You are paying for the clicks that PPC sends your way, whereas the clicks from SEO are free. SEO is a slower process however, the effects of SEO are both longer lasting and cheaper than PPC.

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Re: Difference between PPC & SEO?

Postby denyalmartin » Mon Jun 27, 2011 5:52 am

PPC you pay for, SEO you should pay for, but most people try it themselves. You can get results on your own, but it will probably take less time to get a pro to do it. PPC and SEO are relatively internet marketing method. However PPC is not part of SEO.
PPC:
-high risk marketing, not recommended for internet newbies.
-stop paying you once you stop paying for advertisement.
SEO:
-low risk
-pays you along the way since the link to your product is forever active
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Re: Difference between PPC & SEO?

Postby serenabush » Tue Jun 28, 2011 10:29 am

Pay per Click is a way for sites to appear in prominent positions on search engine results pages by paying the engine to display their results. Most engines clearly separate these results from the organic results, typically by placing them on a shaded background, although some engines are starting to blur the line between the two.
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Re: Difference between PPC & SEO?

Postby fidelwimer » Thu Jun 30, 2011 11:22 am

SEO is a natural strategy. Optimising your website requires a very organic campaign. PPC is a strategy of care. The more money you bid for that word, the higher your site will be located in the sponsored links. Both SEO and PPC are very important concepts for any Internet entrepreneur to understand. You can bring your site a lot of attention, but the real problem is making sure that it is the care you want
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Re: Difference between PPC & SEO?

Postby kailee » Mon Jul 18, 2011 11:38 am

SEO - Search Engine Optimization industry as a aggregate name for the actions that are directly or indirectly aims to improve the Web search engine page ranking.
PPC - a method of online revenue generation business with a website administrator earns allotment whenever site is named after the user clicks on the link.
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Re: Difference between PPC & SEO?

Postby taniasharma » Wed Jul 20, 2011 11:02 am

Search Engine Optimization(SEO) is a combination of process and tools for increase the traffic and ranking of your website using your targeted keywords by natural way. SEO is many types like Organic SEO, SEM, SMO... etc.
Pay-per-click(PPC) is the part of SEO and use for increase the traffic and popular your products, Business, Brand and website by paid search engines. PPC gives the surety of your website on top results of Users searches.
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Re: Difference between PPC & SEO?

Postby bacati55 » Fri Jul 22, 2011 1:09 pm

Hi
Diff b/w SEO & PPC :

SEO: It does need any funds.
PPC: It needs funds to start with.

SEO: Need to work on website for optimization.
PPC: No need to work for optimization.

SEO: Takes time.
PPC: Its quick and help getting results very much earlier than SEO.

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Re: Difference between PPC & SEO?

Postby jassoncook » Tue Jul 26, 2011 8:00 am

Pay per Click is a way for sites to appear in prominent positions on search engine results pages by paying the engine to display their results. SEO can be separated into two separate areas of work which can be boiled down to onsite and offsite factors.
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Re: Difference between PPC & SEO?

Postby rojarhanry » Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:24 pm

There is big difference beetwin SEO and PPC. SEO stands for search engine optimization and help the any site to increase the visibility in search engine. While PPS stand for Pay Per Click. It is advertisement tool.
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Re: Difference between PPC & SEO?

Postby bacati55 » Fri Jul 29, 2011 11:38 am

Clicksights wrote:PPC = pay per click
You pay to get a visitor to your site. Nothing more than that.
No money no visitors...

SEO = Search Engine Optimalization
You get visitors because you rank high in the SERP. (Search Engine Result Pages)
You optimize your entire website, be unique, get quality incomming links, optimize your keywords, add robot.txt etc.
SO the SE (Search Engines) wil notice you, like you, and put you higher in the SERP and rank you higher.
(and not less important and you gain pagerank, internet credibillity, and a many, many, many more people see your site in the SERP)
And thus a lot of people will come to your site, and find you easier. And for a long time, if you keep doing your SEO.
All without paying anything for a single customer...

So if you do your SEO good, you should not need PPC so much.
Because you are already in the top of the SERP!
Both get you visitors, but one at a higher price.
For some compagnies it pays of to do PPC.
for some it doesn't...

Also both need good keyword research, that is something they have in common...

Hope this helps...


Sir
Well said

If we can optimize our website with keywords we are using in PPC, we can save lot of money with the same amount of sale or even more because the audience concentrate more on organic search instead of Paid.
So, working on SEO is better option than PPC.

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