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  • lungedrain17 posted an update 8 months, 1 week ago

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    It appears Pay per click are too expensive now so I’ve been focusing my efforts on BingAds which actually advertises on Yahoo as well. Also, I’m thinking of getting into Facebook advertising but haven’t really got any traction there by yet.

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