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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by teguh123, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I am thinking of letting people put adsense ads on my autoblogs for a fee. However, I need to know how much that spot worth. So I think 10% of the time my adsense code should pop up.

    Do you think it's possible without PhP? I mean with javascript we can just randomize the pub id but that means changing adsense code.

    It should either be at 90% of adsense revenue if paid after the publisher got their check, or 50% of adsense revenue if publisher pay in front. That means I can concentrate on making more and more autoblogs. Traffic from autoblogs will improve.

    Maybe I put chitika ads on top of it and note the usual ratio between chitika income and adsense income. Then I can estimate how much "rent" I should collect from this new real estate.
     
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  2. portalweb

    portalweb Supreme Member Premium Member

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    Hi

    Welcome back, Teguh123!

    Please use OpenX, as it works great for my sites. You can customize the ads (gspot, etc.) to whatever you like.

    Please visit my site and play with it:

    Code:
    1971-Current Historical Currency Chart:
    http://currate.com/charts.php
    Hope it helps.

    PM me - to take care of unfinished issues. :)
     
  3. Ransom

    Ransom BANNED BANNED

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    Perhaps to make income instead of waiting for Adsense to pay him.
     
  4. footfall99

    footfall99 Regular Member

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    This is the right answer.