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Bothering my newbie mind



6:56 am on Mar 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Hi guys how ya doin:)
I thought i would start my first post in here with like minded comrades with some questions of bother my mind.

1.I see a lot of adsense ready sites with plenty of pages and content pre-built in articles for sale offers blah blah pitches and make great money etc,at Crazy prices ..say 150 sites for about $40.
First of all I presume everyone else would have the same sites..this would come through as spam on googles culls or not.?>>>>HELPING YOU TO LOOSE YOUR ADSENSE ACCOUNT FOR GOOD.
second I notice some of these guys are now with yahoo contectual ..must have been booted from google but love to sell the adsense ocntent website craze to make money.

2.I am trying to build a site.
what are the positives or minuses of having
.clickbank, etc on the same site..is this allowed or outright no good biz sense.

To finish off with as i am newbie what the hell is MFA :(
best regards and thanks in advance to all :)


11:00 am on Mar 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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MFA=Made For Adsense


1:31 pm on Mar 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Thank you for for taking a monent to reply Jretzer..I appreciate It..all the best for you and yours.


1:38 pm on Mar 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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One positive of having multiple advertisers on your site is diversification of income streams. If I was only getting a check from a single source each month, I'd be completely dependent on that one program. It's nice to get four or five different checks in the mail. And then you can compare the numbers and decide things like, hmm, maybe I can make some changes to pull up these lagging Amazon numbers. (Your Amazon numbers will almost always be lagging, by the way). I like having more options, rather than putting all my eggs in one basket.

You didn't mention CJ, are you looking into them as well?


2:18 pm on Mar 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Hi FourDegreez,thank you for the advice,may I ask embaressingly what is "CJ" please...thnaks.


2:33 pm on Mar 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Most of those sites are loaded with legally duplicated content. In other words, I don't think Google is banning sites because of that. I highly suggest you avoid buying them for other reasons though, and if you really, really have to, take the time to rewrite most of the content there to make it original.

That's because even if AdSense won't ban the site, traffic will be hard to come by because most search engines will simply ignore the site and spit it out as duplicate content. You will spend more money buying traffic than it would be to spend time to make sure you have unique content.

If you see plenty of those sites turning to Yahoo! it may very well be that folks buy in, get frustrated at the lack of traffic, and start clicking their own ads. As you can gather, Google is not very forgiving on that front and it becomes part of your permanent record with Google. Check out the cheap sites for template design ideas if you must, but going the carbon copy route will pretty much reap what you sow.

In short, take the time to do it right the first time because with Google you only have one shot at making that first impression.


2:46 pm on Mar 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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cj.com or Commission Junction is a (the?) leading affiliate network. If you get accepted into their network as a publisher, you can apply to any of the hundreds (thousands?) of participating affiliate programs. You pick the advertisers and ads that appear on your site. You get paid per lead or sale that came through ads appearing on your site. No matter how many advertisers you use, it all gets consolidated into one check each month from CJ.

Good stuff.


2:58 pm on Mar 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Thanks guys...Awasome advice.off to check CJ:)..hard to get in by the sounds of things.

I do want to get it right with my own content etc and frown on any spam myself...that is why it was bothering me to why anyone would buy these sites when everyone else would have them, and the search engines would pass them as duplicates..shooting your own foot in a sense.

I know it,s not funy but I can imagine the owners re-yahoo.


3:03 pm on Mar 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I must confess I did buy a bundle of MFA websites a very short while ago. I have only got round to publishing one of them and have done nothing at all to promote it. The two key words which relate to the subject of the site when entered into MSN give 4,376,495 results, my site is ranked No 1, OK so it isn't Google but MSN is a pretty major search engine. I only relate this information to dispute that MFA sites get ignored by the big search engines, a point often made here.

Not saying it's a good or bad thing, just thought I'd mention it.


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