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Surely this will get you banned from adsense - by simply using websites as adsense billboards?
Or does it actually work legally?!
2. Reasonable eCPC
3. Reasonable CTR
If you set up your 50 (or whatever) templates, will you get the traffic (especially if they have duplicate copy - you chances of getting them indexed are small).
So to make it work, you need decent indexing, content really does not matter a hoot as long as you are getting decently paying adverts, and the punters are clicking on them.
Basically you must go into the guts of it with a fine tooth comb and clean it out and make it unique.
personally I do not recommend them too much,although there are few good genuine guys selling good sites.
Inserting your unique content in successful templates can be a great way to optimize.
I acquired a site mostly for the domain, but it was converting so well that I decided to apply the same template to one of my better traffic (around 30k visitors a day in peak season for the subject matter) but lousy converting (0.5% CTR) sites. I wish I had only done it sooner as it has led to a sixfold increase.
Not every template works across the board. One of my best -- and one of my worst -- converting sites use the same template. So it's important to note that there is NO perfect universal AdSense friendly template. However, a three step process to AdSense success:
Create - always.
Expand - always.
Optimize - always.
I call it the CEO Method.
Anyhow, I didn't like the template so spent a while knocking one of the sites into shape. I then put it online and paid for some adwords to see what happened. I got one solitary click on an ad, so financially it was a complete disaster and the site no longer exists.
So my foray into making myself rich with an MFA was a waste of time (as I expected it would be). I felt I was able to use some of the Google earnings to experiment with. Win some, lose some.
If it seems too good to be true, it probably is!
see [en.wikipedia.org...] for an explanation of organic traffic.