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Google Start Testing CPA Ads

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by tlainevool, Jun 21, 2006.

  1. shamess

    shamess Well-Known Member

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    #101
    I'd think pay-per-click would stay, maybe the amount of money an advertiser wants to pay would be lowered though, and pay-per-action's cost would be (much) higher.
    SEMrush
     
    shamess, Jun 28, 2006 IP
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  2. alemcherry

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    #102
    Definitely PPC will stay, as many companies wont even have something that can be sold online! But if this really makes a good percentage of advertisers to move to CPA ads, the CPC rates will go down like anything. That is not a great news for the publishers. CPA, I suspect wont make much money for most of the publishers.
    BTW, how reliable is the information? I think google is going to have a tough time tracking the sales, advertisers have a great opportunity for fraud now!
     
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    #103
    I blogged about it when this 1st came out.

    Sure will be interesting to see what happens! :p
     
    5starAffiliates, Jun 28, 2006 IP
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    #104
    advertisers can easily do fraud with google, they could say that the sale was cancelled etc...or say things like a chargeback occured etc..
     
    ash1, Jun 28, 2006 IP
  5. Jen D.

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    #105
    Hello Darker 123,

    I am very interested in obtaining more information regarding Google's CPA network. Can you provide me with any additional information regarding how it works; how publishers are enrolled and accepted; if it is going to be available to advertisers and publishers, or just publishers (are they just billing on a CPC and paying out on a CPA, or can you buy it on a CPA)? Perhaps you could provide me with the link to the PDF file? Any information you can provide will be of great assistance. Thank you, Jen D.
     
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    #107
    you should search the forums this has been talked about and it wont effect us, from what i know it is another program like adsense but it is a CPA one.
     
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    #108
    Oh it has? Sorry for bringing this up here then, haven't been around much to notice that there are already discussions about this.

    Will search the forum now. ;)
     
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    #110
    i am new in adsense program !!! hope it can still last for another 10 YEARS!!!!
     
    cscheat, Jun 29, 2006 IP