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When they say you have to have a site, how much of a site do they mean?

Discussion in 'General PPC Discussion' started by Sente, Sep 27, 2012.

  1. Sente

    Sente Junior Member

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    I don't belong to any PPC networks. I want to join some but some say I have to have a site. Is that 1, 2, 10, 100 pages? What does that mean? Do I just need a site or a site with ads? I have a few blogs but nothing super.
     
  2. Jentage

    Jentage Registered Member

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    A page that you can moderate --- that has some form of content on it whether it be articles, pictures, videos etc... Not just an empty page plastered with ads.. Blogspots should be able to get into most PPC networks easily. But some networks only take in sites with certain Alexa ranking, monthly pageviews, etc.
     
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  3. doctorppi

    doctorppi Registered Member

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    Yeah as peer the above post you need a site that looks "legitimate" to anyone that comes along - you can use Blogspot or host your own blog on your own domain.

    I'd just add that make sure your site has a Privacy Policy statement and Contact details to comply with network's ToS. Try and make your site look like it's not made by a marketer - use a clean theme, make it content rich (just grab some PLR articles and modify them if you can't make it up yourself) and make about 10 pages or so and make it about a non-controversial topic - don't air your views about the Israel/Palestine issue etc. ;)

    Hope that helps.
     
  4. DarkMeta

    DarkMeta BANNED BANNED

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    for PPC you should have a website or blog where you can put you'r ads.if you dont hve where will you put adds?