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What sponsor is best for autoblog/blog

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by teguh123, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Besides adsense. Something I can press gas.
     
  2. johney

    johney Registered Member

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    clicksor?
     
  3. TheCheesePolice

    TheCheesePolice Registered Member

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    AdBrite has CPM too, however their clicks don't pay well.
     
  4. MonoPuff

    MonoPuff Junior Member

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    I have several clickbank products I'm promoting
     
  5. mbceo

    mbceo Junior Member

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    I personally use kontera on every blog with ad3ense. It has not hurt the ctr of the adsense, and makes it not look MFA.

    If you are using CC, then add a list of related CB products to the links under the posts.

    Or, if you are pretty targeted with the niche/blog, then find an affiliate program with a product related to your niche.

    Normally, 1-2 CB sales per month will out preform your total monthly ad3ense revenue.
     
  6. killxp

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    Hello johney,

    Do you have any experience with clicksor that you can share with us? I may be interested in using them either instead of AdSense or concurrently but would like some direct feedback. Let us in on what you know!! :D

    Thank you,
    killxp
     
  7. lieren

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    my advice to try the CC,this is the easy way to make ,second i advice the adsense, CB,amazon,or another super affilaite network ,but must be content with you webstie detail.
     
  8. killxp

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    Hi everyone,

    I seem to really be the one out of the loop here. I had a few questions for everyone/anyone that is willing to acknowledge me.

    I see two posters have used the term "CC", what or who is "CC"? Also, several members have mentioned clicksor, kontera and adbrite. Currently, I am monetizing solely from AdSense. I would like to know what anyone's experiences with these other programs have been.

    Have you used them in combination with other programs and how does this effect the other program? Have you seen better ad revenue, versus AdSense, from any of these programs? Do any of them, including AdSense, have policies in place that prohibit place competitor ads on your site?

    I was not able to find any literature in the forums pertaining to any of these questions and I would like an experienced perspective. I appreciate any and all advice in advance.

    Thank you,
    killxp
     
  9. mbceo

    mbceo Junior Member

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    CC is caffeinated content (look in the download section).

    As for kontera with adsense, I make maybe $1 per day with kontera. Not much by any stretch of the imagination. But when I started using it, the CTR of the adsense either stayed the same or increase. So, my adsense revenue went up by about 10%. Maybe that is because the non-relevant kontera ads make the adsense ads look more intriguing.

    And, kontera and adsense can work together.
     
  10. Clicksor_CS

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    Clicksor is contextual advertising network that works on revenue share basis. We pay our publisher up to 60% of advertiser revenue share, depending on the performance the advertiser attain from your website placement.

    Not like most of other networks, at Clicksor, all payments are on a bi-weekly schedule and subject to net-15 term policy. You may choose to receive your payments by Check or Paypal with a minimum payout of $50.