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Well established content sites charge 100 US$ ecpm ?
Surprisingly there are tons of advertisers in queue waiting.
Future




msg:4049386
 9:05 pm on Dec 25, 2009 (gmt 0)

I just thought adsense was the only way to be best.
But after checking media kits for several eastablished websites (content network companies).
It really makes us feel to grow rich and eastablish ourselves perfectly.

I am 100% sure, after reading throughout web that CONTENT IS THE KING.
If a site has visitors, advertisors find the same.

100 US$+ ECPM is surprising for sure :)

 

C7Mike




msg:4051455
 4:20 pm on Dec 30, 2009 (gmt 0)

I tend to think that 100 US$ ecpm sites are outliers and not the norm. Lucky is the webmaster with a 100 US$ ecpm site.

By the way, has anyone ever found a niche website with excellent content that pays 100 US$ ecpm that is not involved in pills, adult content or casinos?

C7Mike

Future




msg:4051574
 6:42 pm on Dec 30, 2009 (gmt 0)

c7mike,
Media kit of few very well eastablished sites (in respective niche) has those figures :) *very high traffic sites*

FYI - they do not accept pills, adult stuff or casinos (anything which violates google tos, cause they even have adsense on many pages).

My question was, if this is really meant positive or a fake ?

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