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Adsense Vs Affiliate on my MNS

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by slipday1, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. slipday1

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    So i am really new to this stuff and i am wondering if i make a MNS for a KW i have what would be the best way to profit from the site. I was thinking of making it a review site but would i make more from adsense or amazon affiliate? The KW gets 2000 searches a month.

    Thanks alot.
     
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    Th3T3chGuy Senior Member

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    Why not use both?
     
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    You could use both as said, but it also depends on how good you are on making sales
     
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    i'm not to great at it i am very new will try and learn along the way, also i heard using both can decrease sales?

    Thanks for help
     
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    Try with adsense
     
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    Also how do you go about getting your site out there i heard of of people saying google alerts and some saying just blast it?

    Thanks
     
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    both of them posses same criteria....it depends on your personal choice.....
     
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    ah okay i have read a lot about it but i don't understand how people can profit they say anything above 750 monthly searches form GKWT is fine but if a domain name is £6 google ads cant pay that much for such little visitors wont it take months to even brake even?

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    could anyone let me no how?
    Thanks alot sorry for the questions.
     
  10. twilightofidols

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    I am ranked for a KW that gets tens of thousands of searches a month, and I make more money on a keyword in the same niche that only gets 500 searches per month.

    It depends on what your niche is what you should use. Type in the keywords you are trying to rank for in Google. Look at the ads that are being served both in the content and search network. Are these ads relevant to the content you intend to create?

    If yes, use adsense but be aware their TOS is very strict.

    Look at CPA networks, do affiliate offers exist? If yes, use them.

    If you are targeting specific products that aren't promoted via any affiliate networks amazon may be a viable choice.

    The reason a low volume KW can be more profitable than a high traffic KW has to do with 1. payout, and 2. visitor intent.

    Here's a pretend example,

    Lets say hypothetically

    "Justin Bieber Pictures" has 12,000 exact global searches, and has an adsense CPC of .12 per click

    and "Justin Bieber Dollhouse Reviews" has 700 exact global searches, and there's an affiliate offer for it that pays $30 per sale

    which one do you think you should target?
     
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    It really depends what your product is. Test it out with each of them separately, or use them both. Depending on your niche, you may want to use some CPA offers as well.