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Old 05-19-2011, 06:18 PM
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adbrite is horrible 39CENTS FOR 98 Clicks!

Just out of fun i thought i would try adbrite

well check this out:
Ad zone views 2,065
Impressions 1,668
Clicks 98
CTR 5.875%
CPM $0.39
TOTAL EARNINGS! $0.65 REALLY! like who can i slap?
 
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Old 05-19-2011, 09:59 PM
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Just out of fun i thought i would try adbrite

well check this out:
Ad zone views 2,065
Impressions 1,668
Clicks 98
CTR 5.875%
CPM $0.39
TOTAL EARNINGS! $0.65 REALLY! like who can i slap?


How long did you have those ads up? You can't even buy a cup of coffee with that money.
 
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Old 05-20-2011, 07:03 AM
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Well, of course this is only one side of the story. First, are you sure you can put this info on here? I thought Adsense forbids to share
your info with anyone? Second, we don't know where the ad is on the website, if the ad has anything to do with the content on the
website. That way you won't get a lot of money per click. The right placement and the right ad/content subject can even get you
$2 per click, so ask yourself: What am I doing wrong?

Just my 2 cents
 
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Old 05-20-2011, 07:06 AM
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Well, of course this is only one side of the story. First, are you sure you can put this info on here? I thought Adsense forbids to share
your info with anyone? Second, we don't know where the ad is on the website, if the ad has anything to do with the content on the
website. That way you won't get a lot of money per click. The right placement and the right ad/content subject can even get you
$2 per click, so ask yourself: What am I doing wrong?

Just my 2 cents
Thread is not about adsense if you read the thread.
 
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Old 05-20-2011, 09:52 AM
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I think instead of such low PPC network, better to use CPV or CPM which may earn more than that
 
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Old 05-20-2011, 02:29 PM
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Thats horrible. Your getting about half a cent every time someone clicks an ad. Time to remove their ads move on...
 
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Old 05-20-2011, 05:25 PM
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Sandervh2This isnt google ads its about another revenue program called ADBRITE..
And no has nothing to do with the content of the site as there was obviously a high click threw rating. With google i would have walked about with $70+ and how do i know, because i use google on that site this was just an experiment. And omg there not worthy of my clicks

I had them up for all of maybe 3 hours. they dont have the option of choosing CPV or CPM there all CPM or CPC and the CPC you dont know what they are until you have stats built up saying x amout of peeps clicked or viewed it

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Old 05-20-2011, 05:53 PM
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It certainly wasn't a winner for me. I had made 2 cents the last time I looked. Maybe I should login and see, heck I might be up to a dime by now.

Thanks for reminding me no ad revue is better than that.
 
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Old 05-20-2011, 09:57 PM
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yea i totally agree with you there, grated adbrite does get a little higher click CTR because they dont look as spamy as good and they alow you to alter the code but still i rather not have anything then dish out my traffic for nothing.
 
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Thread is not about adsense if you read the thread.
My apologies, I dindn't read closly enough
 
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Just out of fun i thought i would try adbrite

well check this out:
Ad zone views 2,065
Impressions 1,668
Clicks 98
CTR 5.875%
CPM $0.39
TOTAL EARNINGS! $0.65 REALLY! like who can i slap?
Just a suggestion if you have that kind of traffic you might want to head over to bidtraffic http://bidtraffic.com and check these guys out. Once you sign up you should apply for their premium feed otherwise you won't make as near as much money. They offer awesome CPC rates depending on the niche of your website. I have tested their network and received a payment from them.

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Old 05-27-2011, 09:52 AM
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I tried Adbrite once and I didn't really like the quality of the ads coming in to my site. Didn't make any money from them either and removed them. Also tried Infolinks and the payout was dismal. I took those off too.
 
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