I just finished creating a new Hub about Pay Per Click Publisher Networks. I list many of them and explain in detail how each of them work and also explain how I use them to earn additional income. I am very interested learning more if any Hubbers here use Pay Per Click Publisher Networks outside of Hubpages?
Yes there are many of them , i too have published a hub on such networks. I have researched on Indian Publisher Networks and published a hub called Indian Publisher Networks
I use other payperclick but on other sites i am linked with. There are so many to advise.
I've tried a lot of different PPC networks. I pretty much stick with Google AdSense. For some reason it seems to perform the best on my non-HubPages sites.
I've been using Google AdWords PPC, but not with much great success at the moment! I will take the time to read your hub
Well, I am currently using adbrite.com and kontera text links on my blog.
Apart from that I've signed up for google affiliate network and hope to post some relevant ads soon.
Using Adbrite, bidvertiser, adlickmedia, and some local-ad exchange programs.
By diversifying your content on several Social Networking & Social Bookmarking you will increase your traffic, which means more income for you.
Join as many Social Networking sites you think you can handle. Please visit my hub for detail listing of several social network sites. I wish you good luck.
Google Adsense Revenue Creative Ways To Make Money
Since YPN is going bye bye I am trying Adbrite and Prosperent to see how they do on my non Adsense sites.
Just hopping around tonight and noticed what looks like some confusion with a couple of folks on the difference between Adwords and AdSense.
AdWords are for Vendors
Adsense is for publishers
Adwords is used for Pay Per Click and/or Pay Per Impression. These are keywords that are bid on by the vendors for positioning in AdWord Ads.
Adsense is the revenue share for publishers when they allow advertisers to place the ads on their sites.
For all Publishers... Please make sure you have your allowed sites dropped in the allowed sites box in your adsense account.
Also make sure if you are creating your URL channels, that you do not put www in front of your domain name. Additionally, be sure you click the activate button.
Hi Affiliate Reviews,
Why should we not put the www in front of the Domain Name? I have www in front of a couple of them and I still see the results. For example, for some reason I have www in front of Infobarrel.com and I earned revenue from Infobarrel and I was able that when viewing my stats.
I'm curious. I'll be back.
The non www is for the allowed sites as well .
In the URL channels drop in, I go by what Adsense dictates.
Here's the thing with Adsense... They have not at this point been completely transparent with how or when they change the rules of the game.
There are also two categories on tools and verifying. One is in your WEB MASTER the other is in your Adsense tracker.
They are completely separate from one another. You more than likely already know that one though.
Also, there will be an issue on your sites for page rank if you are using both www. and http for verifications.
The bots will show your content as duplicate if you have both ways listed.
Just a heads up for anyone that is using both.
I know I went a bit off topic but I felt compelled.
If you look to the right side of your screen about 12 pixels from the drop in box on both the allowed sites drop in and the url channel drop in, you will see that they say not to put the www before the domain name.
Thanks so much. I had a few Domains with www. I just fixed it.
I guess it would mess up the bots if the www is in front of the Domain. I'm happy you informed me not to do it. Thanks again.
One more thing. Because I took out the www I realized I did not have to submit the subdomain webpages to websites I submitted in the URL Channels. I'm still learning but I get better everyday. It takes time to learn and I'm someone who learns by doing. Thanks again.
I have used Google PPC since they started. Recently started with Facebook. Analyze your metrics (google analytics)and that will tell you what you need to know.
by multimastery 7 years ago
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by easyspeak 8 years ago
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by Ananta65 7 years ago
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by McKenna Meyers 17 months ago
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by lindashockley 5 years ago
It seems hard to see that anyone actually makes any money here. Can someone provide me a hub that I can look up on the internet outside of hubpages & see it? Before I commit any more time to this, I want to know if it will be worth my while. Thanks.
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