Well, dear readers, the Duchess of Earle has been swamped with many things of late and, while she has written posts, they have not been proofed and finished, so they have languished in the ‘Draft’ file. Tonight, she avails herself of an unexpected opportunity to play catch-up and therefore, she offers this post, written on January 6th of this new year of 2009:
The Duchess of Earle once again has a killer first-Tuesday-of-the-month afternoon and evening schedule, so she shuttles amongst South Minneapolis, Bloomington, Roseville and back to Bloomington for Steve Renner‘s Tuesday evening meeting. She has already met in teleconference this afternoon with Jason Pearson and Merryn Flavell, then with ClickBank expert Gary Braun, next with Mike Jacka and the Minnesota Real Estate Investors Association and now is taking in the last of Mr. Renner’s iNetGlobal/AdPacs meeting. He is nearly done presenting the program when the Duchess arrives and is about to field questions.
The first question is about the pay on the Widgets now displaying on the @cesse search engine. He says that they don’t have that part of the system operational yet, but that when they do, the Widgets in the @cesse search engine are likely to pay around 10-20% of what the advertiser is paying per click. How to put an ad on the search engine?
Go to your AdPacs site, he says and go to the Advertising Content listing on the menu. Click on Ad Texts. He selects one of the sites he has and sets out to write an ad for it. Write the first line with the title, the second line should be keyword-rich. The display URL is what people are going to see when they see the ad and the destination URL is the real address. The next thing to do is set up the budget for the ads. You can bid as low as $.10.
He invites other questions and the request for an AdPac PowerPoint presentation is made. Steve likes the sound of that and says that they’ll look at putting one together.
Next comes a question about getting cash out of one’s account. Steve goes to the AdPacs site and walks the questioner through the process of drawing cash out of one’s account.
The question arises if the ads have RSS capability. The answer is that this is something that could be done in the future, but it’s likely a long ways away because there are other, “bigger fish to fry” ahead of that.
That closes out this evening’s meeting. The next meeting will be Thursday morning at 11:00 CST. To attend that meeting, click here. Please note the password for the Thursday morning webcast is: imtrain
When you have checked out the program and decide you’d like to sign up, you’re welcome to do so at http://www.juliaearle.inetglobal.com and you can rest assured the Duchess will personally welcome you to the company!
The Duchess thanks you for checking out her blog and bids you all a pleasant evening!