Discussion in 'Other PPC Networks' started by charlietree, Jun 3, 2008.
How does Adbrite judge how much you get paid for traffic that doesnt hit..???
sir please tell me what is this adbrite i know addsense but not this adbrite
If it's the same as it was in my day the advertiser bids on certain zones/sites. And either ppc or buy the adslot by the day/week/month.
Yeah it seems to have a pretty crappy payout, I got
7 cents for 2 clicks, it aint exactly motivating me to go
and put adbrite on all my sites, lol
and what niche are you in nick?
Caution to all: Adbrite is a waste of time. My company used to use it until we realized overnight how ineffective it was.
Hope that helps you save some green.
I Have used adbrite in the past they will not convert anything you sell, they are the last in my ppc and advertising options. Still can't see why they got funding for such crappy idea.
So...whats to stop me from using my 3 aircards to create a program that just goes to my site and clicks on links randomly??? I mean would that work?
Need to consider:
Plus a bunch more, but it's not as simple as you are writing it out to be.
This is what I am working with...
6 computers (4 Desktops and 2 laptops all HP except for an older Compaq desktop which is pretty much the same i guess)
3 Air Cards (1 Verizon and 2 Sprint)
1 Program that opens up goes to a link closes and clears cookies...
So as long as I change my browser type randomly I have enough traffic on my blog (100k Uniques a month) to pretty much have every browser type...that I could make that work? As long as I keep my CTR say under 2 percent? Referral info will more than likely always be the host name of the aircard though, so what could I do to get around that? Use the link to go to a redirect or something and go to the site???
i think adbrite the 2nd best after adsnse.
I us Adsense, Widget Bucks, and Adrbite together to generate $2000 a month, So I think and am an Example of their Success.
That's pretty sweet maxi ... good job there mate !
I still see a lot of people saying Adsense is the best and I do agree, as its a lot more targeted to your page; pretty sure they parse your page and grab keywords and only show ads that match those. This will increase your clickthrough rate in return.
That being said, there are many spots where you can put ads so the best is still to try it out for a period and compare the results. Personally, I don't see any problem in having them both , and a couple others more for that matter, live as long as you don't overkill your site with ads.
it sucks.first of all you wont get clicks and once you start getting them you will be pissed with the amount they pay per click.
as for ur question:
it depends on geo targeting niche,advertisers and lot of stuff.the same factors which are responsible in adsense.
I am never succesful with adbrite. They pay with checks which is sucks. I redirect traffic to parked.com instead (we're not allowed to put invite links here right?)
I'm assuming the payment is based on how much the advertiser paid and how well your site ranks.
Adsense is the best by far - dont waste your time with anyone else (unless you have an adult site of course)
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