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************** - what do you think?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Sunlight Media, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. Sunlight Media

    Sunlight Media Newbie

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    Ok guys, here's the next product from SunlightMedia.ca

    It's called **************.com, and we're excited about the earning potential it offers by monetizing traffic that's leaving your site with no intent to return.

    You simply put a line of code on your site, which only activates when a visitor comes from a major search engine. If that search engine visitor hits the back button to look at your competitor's sites our system presents a page of pay-per-click ads/results, all targeted to their initial search. When they click on an ad you get paid - it's as simple as that!

    Although it's not an entirely new idea, the team at Sunlight Media has worked hard to make it much more profitable than past attempts. It will also remain invisible to your valued (returning, regular, high potential) visitors, and have no negative effect on your page ranking or SEO efforts.

    There are many easy ways to implement **************, and below are a few suggestions:
    -Webmasters can use it to supplement their advertising costs, adding a completely new source of revenue that in no way interferes with your current advertisers or income.
    -Others can use it to monetize traffic that's been generated solely to send to our results pages.
    -Site owners with unavoidably high bounce rates can capitalize on their situation by getting paid for that portion of traffic.
    -In fact anyone that attracts search engine traffic can benefit from this profitable system... so be creative.

    After logging in, clicking on the "Controls" tab will give you the ability to choose which of the popular search engines you'd like to have activate the system, and which engines do not. Webmasters can use this feature to eliminate concerns during the initial testing of our system, as it allows you to gradually introduce it to your site's traffic. Several more controls will be added in the near future which will allow you to further customize the system to your site's specific needs. Ultimately this system can be very configurable, and your input will help us define what variables you will have control over.

    During the initial launch, your invite code will be: blackhatworld
    and you can go here to sign up: http://www.backbuttoncash.com/?invite_code=blackhatworld

    If you have any questions or comments please don't hesitate to contact us as.


    Cheers,
    Paul.
     
  2. tygrus

    tygrus Supreme Member

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    If visitors are scrambling to hit the back button to get out of your site, then they have already found the site to not be useful to them. To then slap them with a pop up on the back button would just annoy I think. better be one hell of an interesting ad that comes up.
     
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    LadyHye Registered Member

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    LoL That's what I was thinking, they're like get me the hell out of here! That's why I hit the big red X at the top right of my screen.
     
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    penaakul Regular Member

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    what tygrus said makes sense. :)
     
  5. Sunlight Media

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    It's not really intended for visitors that are "scrambling" :)

    There are plenty of sites out there that casually get visited, then left via the back button.

    What they then see isn't a "pop up" as most people associate it, and yes, the ads will be very interesting since they're relevant to the initial search.

    It doesn't feel obtrusive, and yes there will be those who close the browser, or just hit back one more time to get to the original serp.

    Don't be so negative :p
     
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    Sorry for the confusion if anyone's been trying to access **************************** lately.

    We've been so caught up in the success of one of our other projects (sellmeyourtrafic) that when we ran into some glitches with **************************** we sort of shelved it - for now.

    I'll be paying out any outstanding balances for backbutton (only small $$ amounts left), then parking it properly until we get back at it.

    Cheers,
    Paul.
     
  7. haverox

    haverox Regular Member

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    interesting concept, will give it a shot on some of my underperforming sites when you get back up
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    I hate back button javascript popups and so does google. Even linking to these sites is dangerous.
     
  9. Sunlight Media

    Sunlight Media Newbie

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    It's not a popup, and it was completely Google safe. Thanks for your pleasant comment though :)