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    Something like adsence

    I was interested in a program like adsence where you place the adwords links on your site and get paid per click. If anyone knows of other programs similiar to adsence please let me know.
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    While there certainly are similar programs, without the high bids and high number of advertisers that google has, the income will most likely be considerably lower.

    Take a look at AdSonar anyway if you want to: http://www.quigo.com/adsonar.htm

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    Google is definitely number one in this market.

    Is there a reason you need an alternative?
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    I hear that google has been paying less latley. Thats the reason for asking.
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    Hi

    A1nerd,

    Google is the better pay master. I tried some others last time, but not really kind of flexible.


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    how much have some of you made on adsence?
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    Originally posted by a1nerd
    how much have some of you made on adsence?
    Disclosing any stats about your AdSense account violates your contract.

    What I can tell you is that the CPC (cents per click) for anything relating to books or publishing SUCKS.

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    CPC for webhosting as most of us know (having paid for adwords) doesn't suck

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    CPC for webhosting as most of us know (having paid for adwords) doesn't suck
    Yes, it really depends on the market. Since hosting is arguably overcrowded or at least highly competitive, the CPC is rather high. One of the highest in fact.

    On another note, I found that the location of the ads is almost everything. No matter how high the CPC, no clicks = no money, so the ads must be visible.

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    Hey thanks for quoting me without my silly 4am typo

    Yep, online gambling and hosting are the big payers click wise.

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    a1nerd, are you only looking to get paid for clicks? There are other services that will pay you for leads or referrals that may pay out higher than google.

    Dan is absolutely correct, it does need to be visible. Things like integrating content can also increase results.

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    gambling has been removed from Google ads as per a news report I read some days earlier
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    iblive yes and yes
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    you need good placement and a lot of traffic, to make good money, you might do better with a few affiliates for webhosting, in addition to adsense.

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    Check out:
    http://www.bidclix.com

    The MSNBC website used them for advertising (I believe that was the sight that I found their website through).

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    I don't know about bidclix...last time I looked, the bids were high and the listings were completely off-topic. It seemed like a random free-for-all.

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