Can Smaller Engines Stack Up?

- February 28, 2007

It has been my experience that most organizations want nothing more than to see their ad displayed in Google, the “Big Fish” in the Sea of Search Engines, but is there more to Search Engine Marketing (SEM) than using such industry giants? Could your money be spent effectively in other engines as well?

Recently I have submitted clients into smaller search engines such as Quigo. While some are not as well known, I am sure you have heard of ESPN, USA Today, and Fox News. Using networks such as Quigo, your companies’ ads will appear within the context of these well-known and reputable sites. The advantage here is that you are targeting highly motivated and interested users in an environment in which they enjoy and trust. I am also able to pick the sites that best fit my clients’ target audiences or even define whether a specific ad should be displayed in a local market or at a national level.

Of course, it is always important to analyze these engines before making any decisions and determine your expected ROI, but I can say that my clients are now enjoying the advantages of utilizing an additional, cost-effective channel for increasing their exposure.

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