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A youtube converter site

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by leeboi999, May 8, 2012.

  1. leeboi999

    leeboi999 Junior Member

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    Hi there, I have a website that converts youtube videos to MP3

    It is currently 4th for its main search term which has 40k exact matches and is bringing about 20 - 50 uniques a day.
    It is also within 5 pages for the next 4 keywords im targeting which will make it around a million exact.

    Question I need to know really is how can I monetize it? I want to sell it but need to know how to monetize it first really. Would CPM be the best option? What you guys reckon? Cheers
    Tried using bidvertiser without luck. Cheers
     
  2. poweronics

    poweronics Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Use search option above to find many ways for monetizing it.
    Thanks.
     
  3. socialmediahopper

    socialmediahopper Regular Member

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    Lock your content with content lock pro v2.
     
  4. pallyD

    pallyD Junior Member

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    I think that may be too strong a choice. Just do adsense or cpm if you plan on getting enough traffic.. Otherwise you could just list build for now.

    Sent from my YP-G1
     
  5. leeboi999

    leeboi999 Junior Member

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    Thanks MR guru for your amazing advice you are so awesome.

    Just why even post that? you are so guru amazingness compared to every one else right?
    What an idiotic reply...
     
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  6. leeboi999

    leeboi999 Junior Member

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    I don't know how adsense would feel about a youtube to mp3 converter site?
     
  7. pallyD

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    Just include all the proper disclaimer info like use only for content you have legal right to and all that. If you're not already using adsense I don't see why it would hurt to try it out.. And if worse comes to worse then just go cpm or listbuild for some related aff products later on.

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  8. auuuu

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    Don't use CPA locker for this kind of sites.
    You need to build a "reputation", something that allow your users to come back again.

    If you want to monetize it, try with Pay Per Click or selling ads space.

    Also offer a "download this song as ringtone" service (this feature can be locked with CPA) is a great advice.
     
  9. howard_hughes

    howard_hughes Elite Member

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    Put some affiliate links in the related niche from clickbank. Adsense won't do good with 20-50 visitors a day and CPA will make your traffic disappear. might even hurt your site, SEO wise.
     
  10. meathead1234

    meathead1234 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    You're not going to make any money monetizing with PPC ads, whoever suggests that has clearly never been in the niche.

    Content locking would be profitable, but would need some testing. I would at least give it a go and if it doesn't work try something else.