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Overture , adwords findwhat bids per keyword , can we get this data programatically?


they need some graphic verification , can we surpass that?
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Overture   http://www.content.overture.com/d/USm/about/webservices.jhtml

AdWords   http://www.google.com/apis/adwords/

2nd tier PPC's like findwhat/eSpotting, Enhance, Mirago, Searchfeed, Kanoodle, ePilot, 7Search, Search123 etc. tend not to have public APIs and you need to get in touch with them to find out the qualification processes.

Maybe you should talk to someone who has integrated the available api/feeds already like Keith Pettersen at SearchMarketingTools.com

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