Want A Free Pass to Pay Per Click Summit?


Think you have the best search marketing strategy? PPC Summit is calling all Internet marketers to submit your proven technique or strategy that helped increase your conversions. Winner gets a FREE PASS to PPC Summit. Take note: the deadline is May 12th!

Just answer these two questions to enter:

Question #1: What Increased Your Search Marketing ROI Last Year?
Question #2: What one thing could you point to and say “THAT made the difference!”

>> Click here to Submit Your Entry into the PPC Summit Contest!

How To Enter The Contest:

  • Please provide two paragraphs describing your most effective SEM tip, technique or strategy.
  • Only one submission per person and make sure to include your name and email in the spaces provided on the submission form.
  • The winner will also be recognized on all participating blog host sites.
  • Stand by to see if your Best Strategy submission is chosen as the winner, and you will win a FREE FULL CONFERENCE PASS TO THE NEXT PPC SUMMIT!

Contest Rules:
PPC Summit will review all submissions and choose one overall winner on May 12. The winner will be notified by email and posted on all contest blog hosts by May 12. If your submission is chosen as the winner, you will win a FREE two-day conference pass to the PPC Summit of your choice (San Francisco May 19-20 or Los Angeles Sept. 25-26).

About PPC Summit:
The PPC Summits are educational two-day Internet Marketing workshops which connect you with the world’s leading pay per click experts. You won’t want to miss the upcoming PPC Summit to learn from the Microsoft Keynote and other industry leaders during two full days of expert SEM lead generation and sales producing strategies.

Stay tuned! The lucky winner will be announced and notified by May 12.

Thanks to Greg over at SEM Geek as I snagged some of his contest description!

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