I am just beginning to setup my websites and searching for high cpc keywords for my domain names but can someone please explain in detail as to how a high cpc keyword pays a publisher.
Please explain from start to end the whole process.
Thanks in advance.
If you set up Hubpages account then go to the learning center and read about affiliates programs like Google AdSense.
http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/1-2- … s-adsense/
If you set up your OWN website with a Google AdSence account then you may want to go to Adsense basic and read about cost per click (cpc).
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … topic=8420
I would hold off starting things up if you don't know how these things work or much about SEO. Check out several sources and do research for a period before you start investing money and don't have an understanding.
I agree that if you really don't know how something works you shouldn't start putting money out if you're not getting anything in return and just started.
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