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Is PPC the best option for me?

 2:55 pm on Feb 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

I have a site about politics that recieves about a million pageview's and about 300k unique visitors a month.

I have been up to now using google adsense and made about 5-6 bucks a day.

Anyways google decided to drop my site due to "inappropriate content", so i am now on the lookout for a service comparable to google adsense that displays non-intrusive ads.

However i have started to wonder about the effectiveness of PPC ads, maybe my keywords are too low paying?



 9:53 pm on Feb 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

There are lots of other contextual programs to research. I would advise a program that bases the displayed ads on the category of your site as opposed to the language of it. If you sent me a private message I will send you two that I know work like this. I am using one of these programs on my site with some success.


 10:17 pm on Feb 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

Just to clarify:

What i meant is if contextual programs are a good idea..


 1:04 am on Feb 25, 2005 (gmt 0)

Absolutely... unfortunately nothing currently compares to Adsense relevance. Other companies don't have the server power or algorithms to do the spidering and interpretation necessary for highly relevant ads.

But since Adsense isn't an option, your best bet is the previous suggestion... Find a contextual ad company that allows targeting by category.

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