Google AdWords has the market on search, which almost everyone knows. The other search engines follow along and try to capture as much of the market share in AdWords advertising revenue as possible.

Yahoo comes in second to Google. But they still do not come close to the Google search network, which serves over 80% of consumers search results worldwide.

Some of Google’s content and network partner sites include: Froogle, AOL,,, AT&T WorldNet, CompuServe, Netscape Netcenter, and This means if you advertise on Google, you are advertising on the other sites, too.

With over 200 million searches a day and hundreds of millions of web page results returned around the world, you can be assured our best interests are continually being optimized for the best results based on our queries.

Why should someone use Google AdWords, also known as ppc and pay per click?

You have read the newspaper, magazines, flyers, coupons, and perhaps even the back of grocery store receipts with a special offer from a business, no doubt.

The Internet is the online venue for those who desire millions of consumers to find their products and services. In order to do this, you need to get more website traffic. If you are not using Google AdWords, online classified ads, submitting to online directories, writing articles and submitting them to high ranking Ezine web sites (electronic magazine), then you might as well just advertise on the back of the grocery store receipts, and only there.

You are missing the mark, or market, I should say. Literally, over 70% of the United States population alone uses the Internet to search for local businesses, U.S. services, and global (international) products, every second of every day.

You can already begin to see the value in using Google’s pay per click services alone. This also shows you the reason why they are doing so well, although many people are still searching for “Google stock overpriced” on the Internet.

They are doing well because they have done their homework and followed through with technological implementation like no other search engine in the world.

Does anyone question why Steve Jobs has the market on the iPhone, or why Donald Trump is the only “go to guy” for a real estate expert from which you should learn?

Based on personal extensive research and working with other business owners and other Internet marketing experts, Google search has the buyer and business owner in mind, and it does everything to optimize and return the most highly relevant search engine results for all parties involved.

If they did not, you would not use them anymore, and Google would lose a significant amount of revenue. Then there stock would go down, and that is not something for which they strive.

Additionally, many web site owners cannot afford search engine optimization (SEO) services to get their web site on the first page of Google search results, so AdWords is a great alternative for them. This option is extremely effective to increase web site traffic and make more sales.