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Adsense Arbitrage (New Method Maybe?)

Discussion in 'Media Buying' started by Pughdakidd, Mar 17, 2017.

  1. Pughdakidd

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    Okay, I do not know if this will work just throwing it out there. okay here goes, If you promoted a website with a native ad network (aka bridge page) that was removed from the google index. Then you placed the URL link on your bridge page to your AdSense keyword stuff website??

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    You can do arbitrage without needing to link to a stuffed AdSense site. Just put ads on your site and drive traffic with native ads, and work on optimizing pages per visitor (slideshows still work surprisingly well), ad location (ezoic is awesome for testing/optimizing), and tracking each campaign for positive ROI so you can cut the losers. You won't make as much per click as with a stuffed site but it's a solid approach and works very well.
     
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    Thanks for replying, that sounds good. so with native advertising I can just promote my site and google will not care that it is advertising traffic?
     
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    Not in my experience, I've been running an arbitrage site for about 8 months now and have never had any issues, and a lot of the big "viral content" sites use native advertising to drive traffic and have AdSense and other networks plastered all over. Your results may vary, but lots of people do this and get paid from Google each month.
     
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    Thanks this is very helpful info, is your site geared to any specific niche or is it all generic ads? and what ad network do you use for promotion?
     
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    I do generic content I think will be popular (funny dog pictures, "journey" slideshows where people discover something and have like 15-30 pictures documenting their journey and discovery - i.e. "You'll Never Believe What These Guys Found in the Woods", etc.). I have used several networks, including OutBrain, AdBlade, and Gemini. Some networks perform better for some content than others, but you have to experiment and track to see.

    I do indeed. I'm tied up for the weekend but if you PM me with your Skype name I'll hit you up on Monday if you're free.
     
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    Hi again, quick question how many ad units do you have a your site?
     
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    3 AdSense ads and 2 blocks of Sponsored Content ads per page
     
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    How many pages?
     
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    Quite a few. Each slideshow has 10-40 pages and I have a lot of slideshows lol
     
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    Nice. Lol okay gotcha
     
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    Does 1 cpc = 1000 cpm ?
     
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    What do you mean, exactly? The cost per click varies on ad network and targeting, anywhere from .03 to .10 (though I try to avoid campaigns that require CPCs that high). And I try to average 15-20+ page views per visitor (thanks to the slideshow format), so 1,000 visitors usually nets me 15-20k+ page views.

    Does that answer your question?
     
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    Wow. That is fantastic, and yes it does. Your getting that many pageviews using a basic slideshow format or do you have a customized format?