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How much is my adsense $ worth?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by matt9339, Oct 28, 2009.

  1. matt9339

    matt9339 Newbie

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    Hey guys I recently got accepted to yahoo's publisher program though annoyingly they don't allow me to use adsense and there ads on the same site thus I think im going to sell my adsense account as it has £40/$70/44EURO on it which could be a valuable start for someone wanting to start out on google's affiliate program. If anyone here is interested in this by any chance my email is: matthew.eckersley@hotmail.co.uk
    Obviously Id pass over account details etc. and leave it to the buyer to change personal and payment options :)
     
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    Laser Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So tell us how you were accepted?
    Is there a method or anything special to know to get yourself accepted?

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  3. matt9339

    matt9339 Newbie

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    Yahoo reminds me a lot of adsense back in the day. At the moment I cant see them even looking at sites with less than 10K uniques per day and just remember it takes a while for them to review your content (around a month for me which leads me to believe a "real" yahoo representative checks through applicants content). There procedures seem far more strict than the big G's, they are interested in your type of content, monthly traffic, update rate etc etc. Yahoo could go in googles direction as time goes by as they refine their program eventually going more mainstream and gaining appeal from more small-time bloggers as google did. Or on the other hand Yahoo could stay as they are, only accepting sites with large traffic possibly in an attempt to avoid all the click fraud google receives (currently pinned at over 20%) thus pushing for higher payouts from advertisers making yahoo a more attractive program for bigger level publishers.
     
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