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How do I monetize a large network of spammy sites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gofab, Sep 30, 2013.

  1. gofab

    gofab Newbie

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    If someone had a large network of somewhat spammy sites that get 250,000 to 300,000 pageviews per month and if they are in two Western European (not English) languages, and if their traffic came from searches for retail products (very wide variety of products), and if they were banned from Amazon, how would you monetize it?

    Chitika delivers about $1 / day. I can't really use services that do manual review of the websites.
     
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    BlvdJeremy Newbie

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    Would you be able to show me the sites? Might have a solution..
     
  3. gofab

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    Unfortunately large networks of high traffic spammy sites can't be divulged. But of course solutions are good things.
     
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    Why don't you sign up for something like Commission Junction and find respective retailers for the types of products your site is about?

    Generally non Adsense-Amazon affiliate programs are a lot more lenient.
     
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    please post the site so members can give solution on it..
     
  6. gofab

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    There are over 450 sites, each that focuses on a different retail segment like tents, shorts, wireless keyboards, etc. Amazon was perfect because I could just link using their API and pass keywords in that were associated with each site. I've used CJ in the past but don't know whether the work to find specific campaigns suitable for each site and then get approval would be possible or worth the effort. Right now I'm experimenting with Infolinks but because they don't have banner ads I'm skeptical whether I'll get paid anything.