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    • Search Engine Marketing (SEM) was once used as an umbrella term that included SEO and PPC marketing. Today, it's mainly used to describe Paid Search. Search Engine Marketing is specific to search engines, so when you state boosting a Facebook page, it is technically not SEM or Paid Search but will fall under PPC advertising. There are two main platforms for Paid Search, Google Ads, and Bing Ads. These platforms will require you to allocate a daily budget - so yes, you will need a budget. The other part that may require a budget is if you hire a PPC manager to manage the accounts. You can do this yourself, which would save you from paying someone, but more often than not, a person running a business or website does not have the time to learn how to maximize the return from the campaigns. A PPC manager, however, is a specialist that will help you maximize the returns.  I often get asked how much of a budget should a person or company should allocate to paid search. The amount is dependent on the size of the company, and its resources. For small businesses, I usually reply by telling them that the budget for paid search should be like investing in your retirement. People who save money for their retirement will invest an amount that does not disrupt the day-to-day living standards. It is an amount that is affordable and that will be used at some point in the future. For small businesses, allocating a budget that will not disrupt their cash flow is key. Paid search requires some time before it sees returns, so whatever money is invested should yield a positive return at some point. When that happens, they can reinvest the returns back into advertising which would then fuel further growth.  
    • Libertyvps.net and hosting.uk VPS accounts are advised to use as the best in delivering quality VPS deals in Europe, so I have to choose the best one, what is that from your point of view? 
    • The Massive Links Forum has moved to a new domain and has been renamed Web Marketing Help Forum. Previously the forum was in a subdomain on  MassiveLinks.com and I wanted to make it a standalone site. The goal is to increase the traffic and activity on the site so that people can share and help one another, and changing the domain is the beginning of that process.  If you notice any issues, please let me know.  FYI, you may need to clear your cache if you are having problems with some of the images.
    • How big of a blog are you intending to build/move?
    • KVChosting.net and legionbox.com have servers which are suitable for hosting a big blog and I have to make a right choice, so which is that?
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