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Where to convert EU, and other non-English-speaking traffic?

Discussion in 'General PPC Discussion' started by Grinsen, Mar 27, 2010.

  1. Grinsen

    Grinsen Registered Member

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    I have a 30-40% of my traffic - from EU, and other countries, like Latin America, East Europe, Asia. where to convert that traffic? bids of 7search is so low and.... maybe there is ppc networks in german-like languages (Austria, Switzerland) or french, italian, espana etc?
     
  2. dongosho

    dongosho Registered Member

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    PM me which countries exactly and how many visitors you have and I can give you some tips.
     
  3. seosutra

    seosutra Regular Member

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    why PM, can u guys share here to benefit all ? whats the point of a forum then ?
     
  4. zet

    zet Newbie

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    try zanox.com or local versions of amazon for EU, mercadolibre a local version of ebay for latin america
     
  5. Grinsen

    Grinsen Registered Member

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    what about ppc?
     
  6. erascal

    erascal Junior Member

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    I'd like to know as well.. Looking around for CPA networks with offers for these kinds of traffic.
     
  7. webcatpl

    webcatpl Junior Member

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    All depends on the type of traffic, if it's targeted, try CPA first, then you can try something PPC like comparison engines and PPC. I guess you don't want to risk with adsense? They pay good.
     
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    Huh? AdSense supports a ton of languages, including French, Italian, Spanish, German (Germany, Switzerland, Austria), Russian, Romanian, Serbian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and many others. Why would you not use AdSense for this? AdSense even shows ads according to the IP/nation of the visitor, even if your content is written in another language. So AdSense is always a good choice if you're looking for a way to monetize that type of traffic. I always do so.