Eric Brown owns an apartment complex in southeast Michigan. In 2004, he stopped using traditional means of advertising and pushed most of his marketing budget into pay-per-click (PPC) advertising. He didn’t start out with $100 and play with Google AdSense, Google’s advertising system. He studied PPC advertising, learned how to do it by reading blogs, watching videos, and following the helpful Google how-tos on the AdSense website.
In 2008, Brown started his first blog to promote Urbane Apartments. He didn’t throw up a basic Blogger.com site (a free blogging platform owned by Google) and experiment. He went at it after following his same pattern of success with pay-per-click advertising. He studied, ...
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