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Are Google Ad words becoming Saturated and Non Effective?

By Tim Decker
Posted Sunday, August 8, 2004

In this world and this day and age anything can be found on the internet. Each day hundreds of new entrepreneurs create and market websites and create a very competitive market. This leads to the increased need for quality advertising to help eliminate some of this so called "competition." A great way to market your website or product is through the use of Google Ad words at ( As these websites open daily and more and more of them host and show the Google ad words, is the traffic sent from this service still what it used to be?

Website promotion and online advertising is constantly changing. Remember when banner advertising was producing amazing results, and look what happened to that, everyone started to use this form of advertising. So is Google simply becoming to big that it is no longer going to be effective? Many marketers will give you different answers, but for the most part Google is still one of the best ways to promote your website. It is hard to tell if Google will be here to stay due to how many publishers host ad words. The more publishers promoting this could lead to more fraudulent clicks and decreased success for advertisers. For now the results seem to be keeping their advertisers quite happy.

While Google is still one of the best ways to increase the profitability of you site, take action and enjoy the gold rush while it is here. Hopefully it will be a form of advertising that will be here for the long haul and if not something bigger and better will be sure to come along and grant success until everyone starts doing it.

About the Author:
Tim Decker is the owner of (
and has helped hundreds of individuals succeed online. Visit his
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