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CJ Ads

Discussion in 'Commission Junction' started by lqcorsa, Oct 9, 2009.

  1. lqcorsa

    lqcorsa Newbie

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    Hi guys. Forgive my n00bness but I'm looking into joining CJ. My only question is, do you promote the ads you're given as a publisher? Or do you simply place ads on your website without promoting them, similar to Adsense...
     
  2. bert6911

    bert6911 Registered Member

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    There are many different ways to promote the ads. You could do blogs, with banners, ppc, SEO, you name it.
     
  3. lqcorsa

    lqcorsa Newbie

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    I meant are you allowed to encourage people into visiting the advertiser unlike Adsense.
     
  4. CPA$$$

    CPA$$$ BANNED BANNED

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    No you certainly want to encourage people to visit your advertisers. Just about everything on CJ is based on sales. You get a percentage of the final sale once a visitor buys something. Usually it ranges from about 2-20%. Cj also has some programs that pay for leads.
     
  5. lqcorsa

    lqcorsa Newbie

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    Thanks.
     
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    sdtopensied Regular Member

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    CJ is a pretty good company to work with. However, I don't recommend blackhatting CJ. They've been in the business for a long, long time and as a result are very good at tracking down fraud and TOS violations.

    PM me and I'll give you the names of a few advertisers that will automatically approve you. You'll have to work a few of the lower paying offers before some of the bigger, higher paying advertisers will approve you.

    -SDT
     
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