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Different affliates on my website

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by youarehuman, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. youarehuman

    youarehuman Newbie

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    Hey

    I heard it's not good to use different affiliates like ad sense, amazon and click bank on one site. Some people say no, some don't know. Can go-ogle ban me for this? Now I want the real answer. Thanks, :)
     
  2. squark

    squark Junior Member

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    Best way to get an answer is by reading the tos for the programs you're promoting. For example, Amazon doesn't want you to have competing offers on your page if you use their product API. AdSense also has restrictions as to what other kinds of ad blocks you can run. ClickBank is the wild west and seems to be open to just about anything.

    I'm not a big AdSense guy, so I don't know how they'll respond. I know that Amazon will "kindly" request that you comply with their advertising guidelines. I complied... don't know what happens if you serially break the rules. But my guess is they'd ban you.
     
  3. idkustarlight

    idkustarlight Newbie

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    hmmm...im planning to do this on my blog,

    but i don't know for that

    can anyone answer for this problem ?
     
  4. snabbacash

    snabbacash Registered Member

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    Why would google ban you for using more than one advertiser? Don't worry too much and just do like squark said and read the tos for the programs you want to promote.
     
  5. Affiliate-Bot

    Affiliate-Bot Newbie

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    Yooo,
    Google wont ban it, but they recently announced that they're algorithm will take into account if a page has excessive amounts of outbound links.

    To help fight that issue, I tell all my affiliates to make sure that all their affiliate links are no do follow links.

    hope this helps a bit. Thanks for the posts guys.

    best,
    MINI
     
  6. iamsgf

    iamsgf Regular Member

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    I hear alot of people say that google will ban for too much affiliate stuff and ad's. Although there is some truth in it, it is more over that on human review, google considers most of these types of sites as adding no value to the index, therefore removes them. So if you are going to over do it with ad's and affiliate stuff, then make sure you have got some great content, design etc so that you are giving some value to the user other than just promoting stuff.

    I always say 'Look at your site and if you worked for the G would you allow it in your index? If you was a user, does the site give you anything other than external products.
     
  7. iamsgf

    iamsgf Regular Member

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    I hear alot of people say that google will ban for too much affiliate stuff and ad's. Although there is some truth in it, it is more over that on human review, google considers most of these types of sites as adding no value to the index, therefore removes them. So if you are going to over do it with ad's and affiliate stuff, then make sure you have got some great content, design etc so that you are giving some value to the user other than just promoting stuff.

    I always say 'Look at your site and if you worked for the G would you allow it in your index? If you was a user, does the site give you anything other than external products.