Discussion in 'Pay Per Click' started by boy_toronto, Nov 22, 2019.
I'd go with amazon affiliates over Adsense.
The site will have a bunch of articles so it makes sense having native ads on the bottom of the pages. Adsense is a must though.
My plan is to load up the pages with ads to make the most amount of money. I like the Amazon affiliate idea ...
I’ll write some articles comparing the top 5 fitness / health products with affiliate links ... Obviously the #1 product will be the one that pays the biggest commission per sale ...
I’ll go with both.
need to try it on tour site. For me native ads pay only 8-9 cents cpc,adsense native is 12-15 cents. Ctr is more less the same.Try and you will see
Native Adsense and native ads?
Are you referring to 2 different ad networks?
Yes. I gotta try and see what works best. I’ll even try some drop shipping and see if it works better than Amazon.
Native adsense contra native ads.Yes i am talking about 2 different networks.
Native ads? Didnt know about that one yet
Do you know which ad network has those fake download buttons?
I’m writing an article about the top 5 fitness apps with download links to each app and I could throw some fake download buttons ads into it.
if you earning well with this network good any way congrats. if you can update the earning course i am also searching Adsense alternative and easy to get approved AD network
What is your cpm now or what is your target cpm?
its depened you are getting real traffic or not
Cookie stuff on Amazon with proper blackhat referrer spoof.
no easy money in IM, if you have no patient look for another job.
Can you elaborate on that?
Can you create fake traffic from social media? If so please tell us how.
Life changing advice but I never had a job, always worked for myself.
analyze your traffic, age, gender, geo, interests etc... then you can think of monetizing, otherwise just load it to adsense banners on a shit site and call it a day.
Send traffic to Amazon so that you get a commission on any purchase they make within 24 hours. You just need to spoof the referrer as Amazon will ban your ass if you don't. This means showing that the traffic is coming from an Amazon Associates blog of some sort.
Interesting ... I didn’t know I had to spoof the referrer when sending traffic to Amazon.
I wrote a script to spoof referrer when sending traffic to YouTube.
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