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Ad Partner That Doesn't Mind Purchased Traffic?

Discussion in 'Other PPC Networks' started by below_radar_00, Nov 10, 2011.

  1. below_radar_00

    below_radar_00 Registered Member

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    Hello All,

    Are there any PPC companies that don't mind purchased traffic or is it against all of their TOS's? Also, does anyone know what kind of CPC you can expect from other top companies besides Adsense? Like is Adsense pays $1 per click, are there any companies that will be .50 a click or better or is everything else pennies compared to Adsense $1 CPC?
     
  2. XRjake

    XRjake Newbie

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    Well, I'm guessing that you lost your account? I just did and it's upsetting to say the least. I hired a guy from india to get my site to $100/day and he ended up using 10 rotating indian ip addresses. Then I logged in about 3 weeks later and my account was terminated. Goog is VERY strict about it too and won't let you re-apply.

    I was experiencing anywhere from $0.01-$2.00 per click from Goog and I'm trying a few others. I should know more about Chitika after today. Today is my first day with their ads on my site.

    Bidvertiser:

    Crazy flashing ads and/or duck, bunnies running around the borders along with, "Congratulations! You Won! You are the 100,000 visitor" . If you ever wondered who does those kind of ads... Bidvertiser does.

    They also do the ads that just say, "Download". Good for sites that are based around a user wanting to download something from their site.

    One cool thing about Bidvertiser (I didn't get one click out of 250 impressions) So MY impression is that they suck. BUT one thing that they offer that does look really cool is they have a TOOLBAR. Yeah, you can logo it and put your own content into it also. I haven't got deep into it yet but it sounds cool to have a tool bar that could earn revenue.

    Chitika:

    I am most impressed with Chitika as the 2nd option to Adsense. Chitika has a MAP ad search that will show local advertisers. They also have search engine targeted ads so if someone comes from Goog or Yah using the search term, "Cowboy hats" then the Chitika ad will say "Cowboy hats" Blah Blah. I'm waiting to see tomorrow the results. Seems like there might be a higher click rate on that kind of ad so I'm excited to see the result.

    7search:

    This one is on my list of ad services to try. Saw an ad on someone else's site and it looked good so We'll see.

    AS FOR INCOME: Not sure if Chitika has better payout but I think they like USA targeted ads better. I'll update you tomorrow on earnings and CTR.
     
  3. below_radar_00

    below_radar_00 Registered Member

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    How's it going so far?
     
  4. figgity

    figgity Junior Member

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    Try infolinks.
     
  5. chris293

    chris293 Newbie

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    XRjake: what sort of content are you running Chitika ads on?

    I have a GPS review website and Chitika is giving me $0.05 - $0.08 cents per click. AdSense is a bit higher, but the ad targeting really isn't that great.. CopaClick is right around AdSense, but offers the highest CTR since it targets my GPS devices really well.

    I do have a few other sites where AdSense isn't working out too well, but Chitika may apply. Maybe I'll run some Chitika ads and see where that takes me.
     
  6. gramtrad

    gramtrad Newbie

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    What about the original question - which ones don't mind purchased traffic ?


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