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    Question Not getting clicks..

    Hi all,

    how to get more clicks? I m getting very less clicks. last month i have earned 1.8$. My site is 0001articleworld.com
    Please suggest me how to get more and more clicks?

    Thanks
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    Try integrating them more with the site. Design wise it looks very nicely done, but having a seperate column for adverts only doesn't get very good results. Try sliding a banner between atrical listings, so visitors view that as part of your content.

    Hope that helps.

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    I think the key in this case may be the actual targeting of the ads.

    Better relevancy tends to equal a higher CTR.

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    Also, try using more text links then banners. Many internet surfers have become immune to banners now and just look past them.

    Perhaps use Advoor's suggestion and try sliding a text link between some of the article listings. And then tie in what Advertistic mentioned, which is, make sure the links are targeted. The more targeted, the higher CTR you are guaranteed to see.

    Best of luck!
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    I would like to see dates on the content, so I know what is new and relevant. You are getting duplicate ads on one article I saw, that will kill the CTR since there is now 1 option not two.

    Contextual may help also.

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    Try Google, Adsense, or BrightAds. You'd do better with any of them over Clicksor.
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