My site is a humour site because its written in Britain but also a humor site because its equally read in the USA.
I cannot display adsense any more since Google decided the content of my site was adult/mature (I would say its borderline but I get the feeling its probably not worth arguing with them so I'm looking for something new)
With a typical day of 400 visits:
150 are from USA
150 are from UK
30 from South Africa
30 from Australia
30 from Germany
10... the rest
So how best to monetize this 50-50 Atlantic Split?
SO FAR: Amazon requires that you sign up to their .co.uk and .com programs separately. If you send someone to amazon UK but you only have a .com registration - then you get no money. And if you have both, then which link do you choose to publish?
Just started with ebay and there seems to be a similar decision making required to send people to UK or DOTCOM...but I'm not clear on that yet.
So what's the ideal strategy? Is trying to build a trans-atlantic readership a waste of time if I want to monetize without Adsense?
How do others do it?
Thanks for any wisdom!