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Pay Per Click Advertising Costs Increase by 9% in March

Posted By Darren Rowse 9th of April 2005 Advertising 1

This article is good news for those of us who are publishers for pay per click advertising programs like Google’s Adsense with advertisers paying 9% more for keywords than they were earlier in the year.

‘PRICES FOR PAID SEARCH LISTINGS rebounded in March, rising 9 percent to an average of $1.75 a click, according to the most recent Fathom Online Keyword Price Index, released today.

The average cost of keywords–which had fallen during the first two months of the year, after rising steadily from September through the holidays–now exceeds last December’s $1.70 by about 3 percent. Matt McMahon, Fathom Online’s executive vice president-corporate development, attributed the upswing in keyword pricing to seasonal shifts in ad spending.

While some industries’ keywords went up in price more than others, none of the categories tracked by Fathom Online fell last month. Telecom/wireless terms gained the most ground, growing by 23 percent to 95 cents a click–although this figure is less than the $1.09 per click that the category garnered last year….’

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