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PPC Arbitrage - Alternatives to Earning Money Without Using Adsense or YPN

Discussion in 'Monetisation' started by marketraise int, Mar 23, 2007.

  1. marketraise int

    marketraise int New Member Webmaster

    There are so many ways to make money with ppc arbitrage, and so little amount of people actually doing so. I mean yes, it’s not completely empty, there are definitely over 5,000 people in the market now.Let’s not forget arbitrage is nothing new. It’s not some new emerging market. It’s been around for a very long time, but it’s not one of those huge things out there that will make you $100k a month. It definitely can if you build for it and spend the time and energy on creating sites that don’t necessarily look like blatant MFA sites.Without getting too far off topical course, lets clear a thing ,this type of arbitrage that has existed for years is the type where guys have these massive portfolios of domains that get some traffic to it, from typeins and expired domain traffic, and what they would do is advertise those domains in adwords or elsewhere to get some traffic to it and get more clicks on the feeds. That right there is the old way of ppc arbitrage. Does it still work? You bet. But they are very limited in what they can make from it. They certainly can’t bank on niche traffic the way a content site that depends on contextual ads can. Just by adding content to a site, so the user has something to read, even if it’s old and outdated, just something used as filler content that makes it seem like an authority information site, and ads properly or creatively positioned within the content can make it VERY attractive to a user, and thus resulting in lots more clicks on the ad blocks. Which in turn is good for Google because it means more of a quality clickthrough to the advertiser, rather than just following some never ending loop of engine feed links.
    Anyhow, as far as other income channels to explore, if a network pays you per click, then you can easily add that to your already existing MFA arbitrage site/page to increase revenue. Google may be the biggest, but they sure as shit shouldn’t be the only one on there. You may be limited to 4 ad blocks from Adsense, but that doesn’t mean you can’t load on a search box that will pay you $0.05 a search, or some adbrite links on the side that may pay you $0.15 a click or so. Sure, you aren’t making that $0.60 a click from Google, but you are making something that you wouldn’t have before, and the more ad clicks you get, the more you make from your shitty traffic sources.So instead of depending on the big two bad boys for your arbitrage projects, take a look at the other sources and just post them on the page and see what happens.
    Best Regards,
    MarketRaise Corp.

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