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Clickbank product and Adsense on the same page

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by bourbon, Jun 10, 2015.

  1. bourbon

    bourbon Newbie

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    I've searched the forums but didn't find any clear answer about this. It is possible to have clickbank and adsense ads on the same page? I mean does Adsense have a problem with clickbank being displayed together?

    Thanks.
     
  2. nharnia

    nharnia Newbie

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    I don't see why it would be a problem. They don't really affect each other unless you have absence ads everywhere and it makes the site look unappealing
     
  3. EDION

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    Do you want to make $0.10 or $30-$40 minimum? Why distract the visitors with cheap crappy ads from buying your product instead of going from one of the ads displayed on your site to another site where they may buy someone else's product..

    You make $0.10, they make $50. Nice job
     
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  4. bourbon

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    Thanks for your answers.

    Since I'm new to Clickbank, I just want to give it a try and be safe with Adsense. I have a tech blog with 250 visitor/day so I don't know if this low traffic will actually "sell"something. In the meantime, Adsense makes me about 5 euros/day (€0.60/click on average).
     
  5. ChanzGrande

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    Absolutely do not put adsense or other kinds of ads on your CB oriented properties. You should have a singular goal on any given landing page in CB niches. That means 1 goal ... not two ... not click and ad, get an opt-in, and make a sale ... 1 goal. Decide what is most profitable in your niche via split testing if you like, but for your current skill set I'd bet AdSense is a better go for you. If you have some copywriting experience or sales, then you might be able to make CB sales. It does depend on a number of factors. So just figure out which works better and do that.

    This isn't a testing experiment kind of thing to do...you will simply make less sales, and get less ad clicks if you put both on the page. Test that if you want to start losing money sooner as opposed to later.
     
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    First of all let me clarify this in terms of TOS , based in my own experience there is nothing wrong as about that , but the thing is that you should really care about the possible earnings from the driven traffic , if your traffic it's targeted and your visitors are looking for a solutions rather than spending their time in crappy sites go for clickbank or whatever company that serves digital products , otherwise stick to adsense , taboola and stuff like that ,
     
  7. bourbon

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    Thanks to all for your answers. My main concern was if Adsense allows me to use Clickbank on the same page with their ads. For the rest, I will make some testing maybe on some other website that earn less money.
     
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    I'd recommend you stick to one thing here, over monetizing may distract your traffic.