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Re: How do you get the clicks?
Andrea




msg:1467272
 5:38 pm on Aug 20, 2005 (gmt 0)

Hi,

How do you get people to click on google adsense on your site? I've seen people having borderless ads placed in between paragraph texts. Do you think that this is an effective strategy?

Also, what is the minimum amount of pay per click that can be earned?

Thanks.

Regards

Andrea

 

vbPoetess




msg:1467273
 8:46 pm on Aug 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

1)By Luck
2)Yes it is blending of ads with contents *allowed*
3)Yes i think it is good

europeforvisitors




msg:1467274
 9:21 pm on Aug 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

How do you get people to click on google adsense on your site?

By having a site that attracts readers who are likely to be interested in the products being advertised. (The content comes first; the ads follow.)

I've seen people having borderless ads placed in between paragraph texts. Do you think that this is an effective strategy?

It may be, in the short term, but it may also be one of the reasons why we see so many "My EPC is dropping" posts. (If clicks don't convert well, it stands to reason that its clicks will become worth less as advertisers receive higher "smart pricing" discounts.)

Also, if the ads look like editorial content, potential buyers of site-targeted CPM ads may reject your site in favor of sites that pass the "smell test."

Also, what is the minimum amount of pay per click that can be earned?

I doubt if anyone here knows for sure. I suppose it could be a fraction of a cent after "smart pricing" discounts and Google's share.

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