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  1. #1
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    looking for webmaster sites to advertise on!

    Hi,
    If you own a webmaster site, please PM me with your advertising pricing and proof of traffic if possible.

    Thanks alot.

  2. #2
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    To those of you who missed this thread, we are still looking for sites to advertise on

  3. #3
    i have a few sites that are listed on my home page
    Kevin Muldoon - Blogging, WordPress, Internet Marketing
    Rise Forums - Internet Marketing Discussion Forum

  4. #4
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    We have recieved some offers but still looking for more sites to advertise on!

  5. #5
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    Check these out:

    www.hostingrefuge.com

    www.geesh.com

    I recommend both of these companies

    Good Luck

  6. #6
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    Originally posted by EV1HOST
    Check these out:

    www.hostingrefuge.com

    www.geesh.com

    I recommend both of these companies

    Good Luck
    Thanks

  7. #7
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    Originally posted by EV1HOST
    Check these out:

    www.hostingrefuge.com

    www.geesh.com

    I recommend both of these companies

    Good Luck
    Not going too good with geesh...6 clicks in 2 days

  8. #8
    Perhaps it's your ad. I've gotten a good deal of customers from my text link on geesh.com.
    Dan Grossman - dan @ awio.com
    My Blog | Affiliate Program for Web Hosts

  9. #9
    Even at only 3 clicks/day, your cost per click is around 33 cents, which is better than targeted clicks on any major search engine.

    If you'd like, log-in to your ad control panel and change the wording of your text ad, you may find better results.

  10. #10
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    Originally posted by geesh.net
    Even at only 3 clicks/day, your cost per click is around 33 cents, which is better than targeted clicks on any major search engine.

    If you'd like, log-in to your ad control panel and change the wording of your text ad, you may find better results.
    Yea, I was wondering, maybe you have lower traffic nowadays? Wording seems fine though...

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