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Niche Website Monetisation

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by AllGoodRecords, Jul 10, 2012.

  1. AllGoodRecords

    AllGoodRecords Newbie

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    Hi Guys,

    I have created a niche site that gets around 17 to 20 hits a day at PR4. I have submitted an application to ad-sense but as my website is under 6 months old, I have yet to be approved. I am now wondering what is the best method to monetise my website.

    Thanks in advance,

    Cx
     
  2. Endire

    Endire Elite Member Premium Member

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    This is a nice list of ways you can monetize a blog.
     
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  3. Bloodhat

    Bloodhat Junior Member

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    I recently applied for a fresh account, for a less than a month old site, and it was approved... had a couple of articles on it, no issues at all. So you may not have a reason to worry just yet.
     
  4. TheLinkGuy

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    CPA / affiliate marketing

    or look at other adsense alternatives, other than that you don't have much option.

    what niche is it in?
     
  5. Cranula

    Cranula Junior Member

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    Yup as The link guy said, checkout CPA networks and or clickbank affiliate marketing products.

    Often times you'll find that the payout is actually much higher than adsense payouts.
     
  6. markhenry121

    markhenry121 Elite Member

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    You can use Hubpages, If you want fast approved Adsense account , follow these step go to hubpages , Create a free account at hubpages.com. Go into your account settings and click on 'Affiliates'. You will see an option for Google adsense as well as a 'sign-up' button. Click on that, fill out some info and then you are pretty much guaranteed to be accepted as an adsense publisher.
     
  7. WSOTesters

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    You really should take a good look at what your niche is and try to base the offer off of that. If you're just looking to post something similar to adsense. I hear media.net and infolinks are not too bad.