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Why Advertise on PaycheckCity®?

PaycheckCity® averages over 5,600,000 page views and over 524,000 unique visitors a month. With over half a million people viewing our free calculators a month, PaycheckCity® is an excellent promotional platform.

How To Sign Up...

Simply sign up for the intuitive and effective Google AdWords program. PaycheckCity® (and other Symmetry websites) are members of the Google Network. This is a large group of websites who have partnered with Google to display AdWords content.
It is simple to create and run online ads. No matter what your budget, you'll only pay when people click your ads (called Pay Per Click or PPC). Google AdWords users are able to control maximum daily expenditures with no minimum requirement and utilize simple tracking tools to observe the effectiveness of their advertisements.

Follow this link to find out more about Google AdWords and how to get started: GoogleAdWords

If you would like help setting up your account, call Google AdWords at 1-877-721-1738  


Why Pay for Advertising Where You Don't do Business?
You Don't Have To..

PaycheckCity® has changed its free calculators so each state calculator has its own URL. This means you can specify exactly where you want you advertisements to show up from a geographical perspective and you'll never pay for advertisements where you don't need them.

Still Not Sure?

This short video does a great job explaining the benefits Google AdWords and PaycheckCity® can bring to your marketing campaign.

Questions? Contact PaycheckCity® for more information about advertising on our websites or licensing our products, including private-label payroll calculators.

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