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    starting new website, should i apply to become publishers?

    Heloo all


    I am starting on a new website.
    and i was looking into getting some CPM banner like TF or CS

    but they specify that you need to get at least quite a huge number of uniques per month.
    and there is really no way to get that much of uniques the first month of urwebsite unless a very well known website....

    so, what should i do to earn some $ apart from publishing adsense??

    thanks a lot!

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    Signing up for a few CPA networks like CJ, LinkShare, and AzoogleAds can be a good way to start making money while you're just starting out. Simply choosing a relevant CPA link for each page, and giving it a prominent "sponsor" position at the top of each page can greatly increase the eCPM on your traffic. Give it a try, and see how it goes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by WealthStream
    Signing up for a few CPA networks like CJ, LinkShare, and AzoogleAds can be a good way to start making money while you're just starting out. Simply choosing a relevant CPA link for each page, and giving it a prominent "sponsor" position at the top of each page can greatly increase the eCPM on your traffic. Give it a try, and see how it goes...

    CPA Stands for cost per action, am i right?

    and it is the same as google adsense, is it not?

    thanks for the reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by defiance
    CPA Stands for cost per action, am i right?

    and it is the same as google adsense, is it not?

    thanks for the reply

    google adsense = CPC cost per click ( mean each time user click on the ads u got money )

    CPA = cost per action . ur correct ( each time user click thru the ads and buy something or sign up something depen on the ads. U got money)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amavisca
    google adsense = CPC cost per click ( mean each time user click on the ads u got money )

    CPA = cost per action . ur correct ( each time user click thru the ads and buy something or sign up something depen on the ads. U got money)
    oh..

    ic
    Thanks a lot for the explaining.
    That means using CPA is harder to earn money, right?

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    if you have no traffic there isnt much point in putting any ads up, you wont get any $$, except for MAYBE a few cents here and there. you may as well concentrate on getting the traffic and then put some ads up...

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    SitePoint Guru defiance's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by steb
    if you have no traffic there isnt much point in putting any ads up, you wont get any $$, except for MAYBE a few cents here and there. you may as well concentrate on getting the traffic and then put some ads up...
    thanks for the tip


    i will do that

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    It's good to put some ads up in the beginning so that you aren't wasting any traffic, but don't load your site with heavy ads or else your visitors will never bother to come back. My advice would be to limit your advertising to one Adsense unit per page and a few CPA text links embedded in your content, while you're just starting out.
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