Coupon For $75 In Free Clicks At Microsoft AdCenter

Get $75 In Free Clicks At Microsoft AdCenterWant to try out some pay per click advertising for free? Microsoft is currently offering $75 in free clicks for new sign-ups to their AdCenter PPC advertising program from now until June 30th 2008. How does that sound for a nice deal?

If you haven’t tried PPC advertising before, it is a bit tricky to lean how to be profitable in, but this is a great opportunity to learn the ropes and spend someone else’s money while figuring out the whole process.

Some veteran PPC advertisers have seen better conversions on the Microsoft network through Live Search and MSN, than they’ve seen through Google or Yahoo. Apparently Microsoft has a different demographic of shoppers that tends to buy at a better rate than through other search portals. But hey, with a $75 coupon for free clicks, what difference does it make?

If you want to avoid the ridiculous landing page rules and $10 minimum bids if you don’t get it right from Google, give this offer a try and see if you can make it work. You have $75 to play with so give it a shot.

Make sure you use the coupon code on the sign up page to get your $75 credit. I would post the code here, but it looks like it generates a new code every time you go to the page.

The offer is only for new advertisers and does require a $5 set up fee. Would you pay 5 bucks to get $75 worth of clicks?

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10 Responses to “Coupon For $75 In Free Clicks At Microsoft AdCenter”

  1. Just signed up with coupon code: 000000

  2. This should come in handy for the Black Ink Project. Thanks Alan!

  3. Thanks for the tip! I was looking at getting started with PPC, but I was a bit nervous because I’ve heard horror stories of people spending hundreds of dollars and not getting any appreciable results. This, however, should be a nice start.

  4. I suppose I will bite. Enjoy the $3000/m referral after I become a super affiliate a year from now!

  5. Heh… your promo codes don’t give the $75 credit.

  6. Collin,

    It should work, I get a new coupon code every time I go to the page. It may take a few days to show up in your interface.

  7. The page works, but it says something along the lines of “this coupon could not be used.” and hasn’t credited my balance anywhere. =(

  8. MSN promo codes have given me trouble every time I’ve helped someone set up their account. I always get the credit in the end, though, and I’ve only had to call about it once.

  9. Like usual I spoke too soon… I believe I have the $75 now.

  10. Hey Collin, don’t worry about it. When I signed up for Yahoo Search Marketing I sent out an email 5 minutes after I signed up because I didn’t see the discount I was promised. It eventually came in though.

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