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CPA

An abbreviation for certified public accountant. A CPA is a trained accountant who has been examined and licensed by the state. He or she is permitted to perform all the tasks of an ordinary accountant in addition to examining the books and records of various business organizations, such as corporations.

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* Instances of pay-per-click fraud, an abuse closely associated with domain kiting, also dropped to a yearly low of 27,098 in Q4.
Using the keywords "lawn care franchise" in Google gives a good example of how to make pay-per-click advertising and search engine optimization work for your company.
Pay-per-click can work well to help a new business to rapidly establish its Web presence.
With the Verizon brand and a nationally deployed local sales force, Verizon is the only company to offer pay-per-click advertising to businesses trying to reach local customers.
The company has just improved its website - www.nineit.co.uk - with the help of Ice Blue Marketing & Design and has been driving traffic to the site by using search optimisation and pay-per-click campaigns with major search engines such as Google and Yahoo.
Declaring "no business can afford not to have a well-executed marketing plan linked to search engines," this text provides advice on how to utilize pay-per-click advertising to attract consumers to one's products and services.
At issue is Google's pay-per-click advertising system, in which advertisers pay Google every time a user clicks on its link in the search results page.
A family affair is behind the launch of a new pay-per-click search engine.
DIGITAL marketing firm Latitude led UK pay-per-click (PPC) revenues with earnings of pounds 8.1m i n 2008.
Lyris HQ provides 360-degree control of campaigns, from e-mail, to pay-per-click to web content management and analytics, through a single interface.
Periscopix, a UK Pay-Per-Click (PPC) campaign design and management company, has been ranked the UK's second fastest growing digital media company in the Media Momentum Top 50.
Pay-per-click search ad pricing is so high because the major engines are so close to the consumer's purchase decision.