Pay per click: very important part of online advertising

If you are accustomed with online advertising, then you are most likely familiar with the concept of ‘pay per click’ advertisements. Pay per click is one of the many online advertising methods. Its name signifies the payment systems used for pay per click advertising.

Advertisers list their website under target rich key words. And when surfers click on these, they are redirected to the advertiser’s website. Pay per click allows the advertisers to pay the host sites, for each click the surfers make. Hence the name, pay per click.

It is a very convenient and cheap way of getting your advertise publicity. For one, you can list them under distinct key words, which will help to lead your target market to your website. For example, if your site sells hairstyling products, then you would be able to list your site under key words which your potential customers are going to search with. Like Hairstyle, hair gel, mousse etc.

Using pay per click is a whole lot more useful than other systems, not only because its cheap, but it provides you with information about your customers. Analyzing the available information you can design and redesign your advertisement campaign for better performance. We live in a competitive world where increased use of technology changes affects our lives in a myriad of ways. Use of technology has ensured at least one fact, dependency on the internet.

Every one, be it students or professionals (even kids these days) are users of internet. And to attract attention to your business or work, it is essential that you use this huge arena for marketing. Extracting information on your target market may at times breach the privacy of others. This is where business ethic comes to play.

Some advertisers use third party cookies to get information from surfers. Fortunately, most browsers these days can detect and fend off third party cookies. Still there are ways left for advertisers to get information out, which might not be every respectful to other people’s privacy. Considering everything, the use of internet will carry on full steam ahead. And so will carry on the use of online advertising. Adopting methods such as ‘pay per click’ will go with the flow as well.

A watch Cost $25 million!

Your heartbeat will stop to hear that a watch cost at $25 million. It may also sound bizarre. But it is true. You may also say that why you will pay million dollars for a watch when you can get time by your couple of dollar cell phone. Actually it was a diamond watch. This twenty-five million dollars watch made by three heart-shaped diamonds—a 15-carat pink diamond, a 12-carat blue diamond and an 11-carat white diamond. For good measure, they threw in 163 carats of white and yellow diamonds to bring the total to 201 carats of diamonds.

Expensive watch story has not finished yet. A New York based banker bought a watch at $11 million in 1932. What a great fun! It was a gold pocket watch made by Patek Philippe. Actually baker might paid for gold not watch. Meanwhile it was the most complicated watch in the world for fifty years.

Patek Philippe is well known for its expensive watch. It’s another expensive watch was Platinum World Time created and was sold at auction for over $4 million USD in 2002. In fact, Patek Philippe had produced all of the ten most expensive watches in the world. The company, headquartered in Geneva, made their first wristwatch in 1868.

A watch required 10000 hours to produce! Yes It’s true Swiss watchmaker Vacheron Constantin marked its 250th anniversary in 2005 with the world’s most complicated wrist watch—the Tour de l’Ile. It was $1.5 million watch only produced seven pieces!