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How to monetize 200k monthly unique website views?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by roccoobertinoo, Jan 29, 2015.

  1. roccoobertinoo

    roccoobertinoo Registered Member

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    Hey everyone! So I've had this site since around July. It got about 70k hits in that month. In August it got about 90k. The site went down for a while, put it back up around october. Month of November it got 45k. December was 100k. January so far I got 175k and it should get up to 190k or 200k. Around 6k to 7k visitors a day.
    It's a CPA lock site aka "fill out the generator then do a survey and I'll give you this"

    So from Jan 1st to Jan 28th I got 171k visitors, which means they are presented with the survey but just leave the site when they see it. 60k clicks, which means they actually click the survey. And then 13500 downloads which convert to $$

    So techinically it is monetized, but I was reading a post on reddit of a 17 year old talking about his success at a young age, who's a year older then me, who's also making around the same money I make, and in the comments section(not familiar with reddit so that might not be the correct term) I saw someone who did IM a couple of years back write this:

    "I always regret not utilising the resources, perhaps as well as I could (I.e. Utilising 100,000 unique visitors per day to only generate $300 per day. Knowing what I do now, back then would certainly have gone a long way."

    A couple of years from now I do not want to be saying the same thing. Does anyone have any advice for a young kid like me? I'd appreciate it, thanks!
     
  2. roccoobertinoo

    roccoobertinoo Registered Member

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    image.jpg Had to do it
     
  3. RB1987

    RB1987 Junior Member

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    How about Google AdSense.. You have pretty good amount of visits /day. I think you should try it. Besides,you can do CPA offers,but i think Adsense will be the best option to pick.
     
  4. roccoobertinoo

    roccoobertinoo Registered Member

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    Would Adsense review my website? I feel as if they see I am running a CPA lock site they would not aproove me. Do they even have to approve your site?
    Also does that effect your rank in the SERP? I'm ranked in a pretty competitive keyword and wouldn't want to lose that spot.
     
  5. karam76

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    not an expert of monetisation but you can try selling backlinks and adsense is always better. anyhow it would better if your share what is niche of your website as affiliate programmes may work well
     
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    adsense is better, try to remove those CPA locks. it will have two benefits 1.you site will looks better and second is more chances of adsense approoval !
     
  7. dwpg002

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    if your content is copyright protected like cheat and crack adsense will BAN your account. I prefer CPA is the good form of monetization. But i need to know you r getting the traffic from organic or from social network. And 300$ per is good income for copyright protected content. If your getting the traffic from organic i think you very good on doing SEO. Is is your traffic is for english content from US or worldwide traffic from other language
     
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