Posted 11 December 2005 - 10:47 AM
thanks for the reply to my last question, i now have a website!.
I wondered if asnyone could tell me any good affiliate places to join?. I bought googlecash and joined CJ and clickbank as advised, but to be honest i was looking for some other sites too.
I have had some adwords running, and have had loads of impressions and a fair amount of clicks, but CJ only ever seem to register about 25% of the clicks that google says im getting, so if google say ive had 200 clicks, CJ only regsietr me as having 50, and according to CJ i have earned exactly £0... which im gutted about.
how easy is it to make cash using adwords, i was expecting a little bit better than zero!
and howlong does it take CJ to display sales leads etc?
if anyone has any good tips for a new comer, i would really love to hear them!
Posted 11 December 2005 - 06:13 PM
I have a friend who is working on an affiliate educational site. Can't vouch for the accuracy of all the info, but he's a good guy and will share what he knows with you. No link, but you can copy and paste.
www.bestaffiliateproducts.com, his name's Fred.
Posted 12 December 2005 - 03:36 PM
Thanks for the welcome, and also for the info.
Your friend has an excellent site there!, with lots of useful links andtips.
I just wondered do you, or anyone else out there know how long it takes for CJ to link slaes and leads with your account, i keep checking back expecting to find just 1 sale!...and nothing!
thanks again for the info
Posted 12 December 2005 - 09:21 PM
CJ only ever seem to register about 25% of the clicks that google says im getting, so if google say ive had 200 clicks, CJ only regsietr me as having 50, and according to CJ i have earned exactly £0.
If I read you right, Google Adsense has more clickthroughs than CJ, right?
In general I find CJ to be more efficient at high traffic sites. It seems to take more to get things started.
And then, yes, with Adsense you're getting paid for the simple process of having somebody click-through whereas CJ pays for an actual sale. Big difference.
Still, the one can help the other. Which ads do people click on? What are their topics? Can you find that ad and see what it reads? On what page with what content did that ad appear? Do people happen to click on subject X more on page Y than on page Z?
Put this together and you have very targetted information to integrate your CJ campaigns better. You can start to write better ads, put them on the pages they belong.
Same goes for placement. Could a CJ ad on the place of that well working Adsense unit deliver more money?
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Posted 20 October 2006 - 12:54 PM
You could also try LinkShare.com. But, if you're starting out, you're better off going with Clickbank to start because of the ease of setting up account and getting information on vendors and such. Making money with Adwords takes patience, I can tell you, and a little bit of art. Just stick to it. Don't start too many campaigns initially, which is one mistake I made. If you're on a real tight budget, do one campaign at a time until the campaign starts to bring in profit, then expand it and go on to another test campaign.
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