Microsoft adCenter Promotional Code: Free $75 Credit UPDATED

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It seems you can’t go swingin’ a dead cat around the net these days without hitting a story about Microsoft and their big push to unseat Google in online advertising. The good news is that you can now find a number of Microsoft adCenter promotional codes and get $50 $75 worth of free credit by signing up using the following link:

Click here to claim your coupon to try out Microsoft adCenter free* with a $75 credit for paid search clicks.

They do charge you $5 to start, but that’s still $45 $70 per promo code of free pay per click advertising. I’m not sure how many accounts you can have under 1 credit card and/or name and address, but I know you can spread it around a little. So get one account for everyone in your family and try them out.

I’m not sure when this offer will expire. Also, you have 90 days to spend the $75, otherwise the credit from the promotional code is forfeited. I learned this the hard way a few months ago when my $100 Yahoo promo code expired with $80 left unspent.

I reviewed Microsoft adCenter last year, when their system was in beta – they’ve improved their interface and features quite a bit since then. I just hope their volume ramps up soon because as of now, Google AdWords still kills them in traffic volume – however, conversion in often way better with MSN.

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Manish August 18, 2007 at 5:39 am

Hi,

Thanks for giving the link..

I have signed up for microsoft adcenter but I could not see any deposit of 50$. Will it take time for the amount to get deposited or this happens immediately.

Regards
Manish

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Markus August 20, 2007 at 5:20 pm

It appeared fairly quickly for me if I remember correctly – I think it’s immediate.

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Computer Man November 19, 2007 at 11:30 pm

At the end of the day, buying advertising at cost per click becomes quite effective. Considering you pay per actual visit. If you were to compare cold calling or letterbox flyers, I would say CPC ads are more cost effective.

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Apmart September 4, 2008 at 6:59 am

I tried to get the promotion code today and found out the link doesn’t work anymore.

I guess it’s out-dated? So sad… Do you still have some code?

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Terence90 October 15, 2009 at 11:15 am

Hey,

Same here i cant seem access the link above or find any promo codes for Microsoft adCenter. If anyone finds any please let me know.

thanks ;)

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Eve Online Ships November 12, 2009 at 8:08 pm

Hello,

You should probably cut the link here and put an add stating that the link is no longer valid. Course then again we could probably guess that with it being a 2007 add that it probably is no longer active =)

Thanks

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