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Selling Adspots on my niche website.. Any advice on how?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by beingink, Oct 12, 2016.

  1. beingink

    beingink Senior Member

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    To increase revenue I am thinking of offering adspots in the articles and sidebars to other websites in my niche. Just wondering if any advice from somebody who has tried this?

    - How do you handle the payment? Setup recurring or remind them every month?
    - Paypal is in my real name but website has a persona, how can I receive the payment without revealing my actual details?
    - What metrics should I keep in mind to know how much to charge these prospects?

    Thank you.
     
  2. Steatem

    Steatem Junior Member

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    Paypal business accounts should only show the credentials you want it to show (I used it a while ago for a brick and mortar business). I'm pretty sure it didnt reveal my name, only showed the business name. Recurring in my opinion. Although if they are getting quality traffic from it they could be paying month by month without a problem. Have a clause if payment is more than 7 days late ad is removed. Again if they are getting quality traffic it will be payed.
     
  3. beingink

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    Should I make contracts? I am situated internationally hoping it can be done via email.
     
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    H41822 Newbie

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    What kind of niche is your website running on? I might be able to help you with the ads :)
     
  5. Steatem

    Steatem Junior Member

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    Contract really depends on individual circumstances. Contract is a big word, a simple email with guidelines set out could be suffice. It all depends on what the benefit is for them. How much traffic will they get? How good will this traffic be? and what will this traffic be worth to them?
     
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    Sorry don't want to reveal that. I can do the approaching on my own. Thanks.
     
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    The traffic is good because it is the same traffic clicking to amazon and buying. A simple guideline via the email can suffice too I think. How much should I charge though?
     
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    i need a traffic . i will buy the traffic from you kindly let me know.
     
  9. Steatem

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    I would say no less than 30% of the profit. You will need to figure out what that is worth. I don't have a huge knowledge of sales leads online, but in the offline world near me a sale is worth 20% of the sale price.

    The best way to figure out without going into your niche is for what to charge is to ask yourself what you would be happy paying a person giving you good leads.