Thursday, August 16th, 2007

Contextual Advertising Options On Your Site

Contextual AdsIn my search for Contextual Advertising on my niche sites, I came across one thing over the last 2 years. I really dislike Google Adsense, I dislike it so much that I did not even give it a link, nope, not even an affiliate link. I could never really understand why someone would send their traffic away for pennies on the click.

 I have done the whole Arbitrage thing and I actually have had some clicks in the $$ range, but seriously, I could not stand it, and even more so today. They have rules that change faster than I can get my underwear off at night, and I just cannot take it anymore. Some webmasters love it, and that is great, but it is not for me. I would rather get a subscriber, a sale or let my visitors leave on a good note. That is how I feel about anyway.

I have tried other contextual advertising on my sites, (clicksor and Adbrite) and they were worse than Adsense. I recently just went thru a 36 website (that is exact) contextual advertsing overhaul. I was able to come across a neat little tool awhile back, and just saw it sitting on my desktop a few weeks ago.

Now I do not know if you have tried Clickbank Ad Box Professional yet, CbAdProbut it is turning out to be on of the cheapest yet BEST investments I have made online. I really do not know how this went so unnoticed. As of right now I am in the process of updating a total of 36 sites with it. I have given up on Adsense. I actually had my head up right when I built these sites (thank god) as I do extensive product research before I even start building a site.

With a content site I only build around keywords I have actually made sales for. This bids very well for me at the get-go. I have all targetted sites that I have sold products for based upon keywords that have sold those products. Most of these sites were setup with Clickbank affiliate programs anyway, and some have ShareASale products as well.

I figure now that I can edit a little bit of my content and not have affiliate links in it, making it a much more enjoyable read for my visitors. If you do have CB Ad Box Pro, then let me know your experiences with it. I am in the process of a huge overhaul right now, but will report back with examples and statistics as soon as I get done.

Busy as heck now,

Ruck


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3 Responses

December 20, 2007
Robert

Ruck: Would sure love to hear how this worked out for you. I have been looking at several semi-automated ways to get CB links onto my content pages. Right in the content, automatically, like Kontera does. This might be an alternative.

Thanks!


November 30, 2008
ThemeLib.com

It’s work. Why I do not try it


February 3, 2010

has anyone tried it out???