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PPC is one of those games that have ever changing rules. This makes it difficult to become an expert, unless you keep up with those who already have a good grasp of the game. Buy and read "how to" books, subscribe to newsletters that offer information on the topic, and stay current with the latest pay-per-click trends by seeking the advice of those who already know what they’re doing. Seasoned veterans would also be wise to constantly keep an open mind, in order to gain new knowledge to further increase their affiliate earnings. The worst thing you can do is to pigeonhole yourself to one way of thinking.

3. Test, test, test and test again

This is perhaps the most important step to successful advertising. You need to know what ads are working and which ones are duds. The beauty of PPC is that the internet makes it easy to measure your success. This can be done by creating split A/B ads. Send one group to page A, and the other to page B. The changes could be adding a value proposition or just changing the font of the heading title. Just be sure that you only change one thing per test.

Testing lets you decipher what is working and what it isn’t. You may also want to consider joining an ad tracker service that lets you determine which ads are converting into sales and which ones are sucking your revenue.

4. Not all clicks are created equal

Keep in mind that the name of the game here is not traffic. True, more traffic will increase your probability of sales; however, there is no point in creating an ad that draws thousands of visitors if no one buys your product.

Let's say you send 1,000 visitors to a sponsor or affiliate program. You buy those visitors from a pay-per-click search engine for a .10 each. In U.S. money, that is $100. Now, let's say you made two sales. What you really paid is $50 per sale. You spent $100 to make 2 sales. So those two sales cost you $50 each. If you made 10 sales from the same traffic, your sales would have cost you $10 each.

You want to spend your time targeting traffic that will result in what I call cash clicks-that is clicks that result in sales otherwise you are wasting your advertising budget.

What’s more, one of the UK’s large lenders believes that 25% of existing mortgage holders would be better off with an offset mortgage. So if you’re in the market for a mortgage you need to know what they’re all about. Otherwise you could be missing out.

Firstly, how does an offset mortgage work?

The basic idea is that besides borrowing money from the mortgage lender, you also run savings or deposit accounts with them. Then you are charged interest not simply on what you have borrowed but on what you have borrowed less the balance in your savings and deposit accounts. So, if you had an offset mortgage of £100,000 and had £20,000 in their savings account you would only be charged interest on the difference, £80,000. In these circumstances, no interest is paid on your savings – the interest is offset.

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