GREENSBORO, N.C., Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- SupremeSearch.net is a new search engine and affiliate network that helps advertisers promote their business and website to gain more traffic to their products and services. Their traffic can increase revenue and a larger brand reach. They specialize in quality search results, search engine marketing, SEO, Internet Radio and TV. SupremeSearch.net delivers advertising to small business 30% less expensive than major search engines. You can also purchase electronic products such as desktop computers, laptops, tablets, flat screen TVs and more from their site. Their Interface has a simple and clean design which is very easy to use. The estimated time it takes to display results is about a third of a second, which is very impressive for a small, low powered search engine. However, their search results are somewhat limited to only blogs and websites. Their new SEM Program lets advertisers advertise their site, article, and a banner on their search engine network. For the most part, advertisers are going to be able to drive traffic to their site or affiliate link without bidding unlike other PPC ad networks. The system has no bidding competition to get higher position, and advertisers get unlimited traffic for the life of their campaign. Ads are ranked on a first come first served basis. They also have a new classified ads feature that allows you to post your ad for free! https://www.youtube.com/embed/WNEhpEoKAk8 One main reason to keep going back to SupremeSearch to test campaigns: they have a very low minimum deposit of just $26. So, if you want to test a few marketing campaigns, your upfront cost is just $26. The traffic is cheap to begin with so you are going to be able to do a pretty decent test. Audio ads will air on their Internet Radio Station, and video ads will air on their Internet TV at no extra cost to the advertiser. SupremeSearch will place your text ad on their network and great websites all around the web. They do this through their network of search engines, high-traffic niche partner sites and popular third-party websites.