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CPC rates for publisher at least 50 cents per click! - not adsense

Discussion in 'Pay Per Click Advertising' started by SpyShifu, Dec 4, 2013.

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    I've looking for CPC advertisement sites, which they pay well for Cost Per Click to 1st Tire Country traffic, at least 50 cent per click by for quality click. Even adult sites which are really good with these types of rates are also better.
    Please share your experience.

    P.S. - Don't include google adsense - they still don't have any alternatives.
    SpyShifu, Dec 4, 2013 IP
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    weisheng Member

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    I firstly had ads with ADZ but then there are no advertiser,
    They stopped working, I got paid totally $300
    weisheng, Dec 4, 2013 IP
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    I searched for 8 months and found nothing that even came close so I went back to adsense. Good luck and if you find something please let me know.
    serviceman22, Dec 5, 2013 IP
  4. SpyShifu

    SpyShifu Well-Known Member

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    I had some luck with tribalfusion, they give me very much high ratio, but then other way their CTR/CPM is very low, more than 60% ads were content-less/no relevancy e.g. download crappy soft, video player & many scam looking tools. No blame user have no willing to click on these types of ads.

    Sure, If I find anything good, I'll be always eager to post here.
    SpyShifu, Dec 6, 2013 IP
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    SpyShifu Well-Known Member

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    Then now, which one you currently using?
    SpyShifu, Dec 6, 2013 IP
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    A.G Well-Known Member

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    I think 7search.com might have high bid up to 0.5$ per click for keywords like " Finance, Casino,Loan, Pharmacy"
    A.G, Dec 6, 2013 IP
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    SpyShifu Well-Known Member

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    Which means they share 10%-20% revenue with publishers. In my opinion, not good really for these types of keywords.
    SpyShifu, Dec 7, 2013 IP
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    They claim to share 50% but good luck with them. They filter out half your clicks do to "quality checks" I made 25 dollars off them one month when the same site usually does 300 to 400 a month with adsense and then they dropped me do to "low quality traffic. Sure it's low quality when I get on average 50 cents a clink from adsense but I was lucky to get 5 cents from 7 search. Even if it was low quality traffic, how high of quality do you expect when you are paying your publishers pennies on the dollar compared to similar networks.

    Also they monitor your keyword block to make sure they match your pages. Odd thing is my site is a gay chat site. So I can't target keywords like viagra and penis enlargement because my users might actually click but they will automatically show ads for "Give your women the best fuck of here life" or "granny dating' or "watch women on cam" bullshit ads when my keyword bock was "gay dating". Why bother giving your publishers the power to pick their keywords if you are going to show totally unrelated ads to the surfers anyway. I would go through and actually see what sites are bidding on the keywords you plan to target. I will bet you that the sites bidding on them having nothing to do with the keyword or text ad they used. How is one supposed to drive quality traffic when you never know what you are going to get when you actually click on the ads. I'm sorry but when you click on an ad for chat or dating you should not be getting a site like dictionary.com or yellowpages.com and getting paid 1 or 2 cents for the click if you are lucky. I firmly believe that they skim their publishers. There is no way I went from 100 plus clicks a day on my own text ads to a dozen if I was lucky with theirs.
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2013
    serviceman22, Dec 7, 2013 IP
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  9. SpyShifu

    SpyShifu Well-Known Member

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    Yes, that's what i say to A.G.
    About when luke ( from peerfly ) post article about few CPC network, he highly recommend 7search for beginner and as well advance user. Since, that time I only used POF and Adwords, so then I quickly turn to 7search. But what I see is that, your high bid can be only for $0.61. Even what network brag about their self, they only offer max 10%-20% revenue to publisher - no matter what.
    It's similar to infolink you can max your bid up to $0.05 - what you guys pay for your publishers?

    Even Google Adword share only 10% revenue to publisher.
    SpyShifu, Dec 8, 2013 IP
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    I don't know about percentages with other networks but i hardly doubt adwords only shares 10% with publishers. In that case then the 3 dollar click I got yesterday cost the advertiser 30 dollars. I get on average 35 cents per click and up to 2 dollars a click in the dating niche. I doubt the advertiser is paying 3.50 to 20 dollars for that click. You are right though, I don't have proof, but my gut tells me that the average program is screwing their publishers and that includes cpa companies (without mentioning names) In fact, I have solid proof that one major CPA company is either screwing their publishers or allowing their advertisers to. Either way it's the networks fault. I think the only reason they didn't ban me after confronting them was because they had to save face.
    serviceman22, Dec 8, 2013 IP
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    I think you guys are right, anyway we can't know how much they share revenue maybe 10% maybe 50% we can't know but still good revenue source in case you can't get adsense and you have site with high paying keywords
    A.G, Dec 8, 2013 IP