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Discussion in 'Commission Junction' started by sundaybrew, Mar 31, 2007.

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  1. #1
    I see on the adsense forums a lot that people share there sites / ideas for creating revenue.
    SEMrush
    I was wondering of anyone wanted to share there site optimized with CJ.COM products etc

    I am looking to see what creativity you have done with cj.com besides the most common banner / link adverts

    Post your url, if you care to show off your site
     
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  2. MWD

    MWD Active Member

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    New site in time for the cricket world cup.

    ebay affiliate with CJ.

    Cricket Bats

    Martin.
     
    MWD, Mar 31, 2007 IP
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    ebay affiliate is good for niche sites. Because the people are looking for a specific thing so if you show a cricket bats on ebay ad theres a high chance they'll click on the ad.
     
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    That'd be really good, I would be interested in seeing sites like this. :)
     
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    Great idea,sundaybrew!
    Guys,don't be shy,post your sites here. :)
     
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    Great site MWD.. it just gave me some idea..
     
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    nice looking site, is it making any profit
     
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    Any more sites out there?
     
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    This is my old site.
    I sold it 2 months ago for a little less than $5,000.
    Right around 10 months income.
    It was my baby, still doing really good in the serps.
     
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    I use the adblock extension for firefox and when I go to that site it is a blank page besides the logo and menu to the left.

    I have never seen that happen with ebay sites before. Just thought I'd mention that. Looks like a nice site though when I turnsed off adblock. Good job on it.
     
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    it's around $500/month ,well done ,but do you mind sharing some information,such as how many IPs(visitors)you got per month,or how much you spent to get these Ips .thanks in advance! :)
     
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    Thanks. No, this is my own engine from scratch.
     
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    oh yeah, I remember now. :)

    Another nice one.
     
    ghoulardi, Apr 1, 2007 IP
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    there are many one site here... On google

    Or maybe that one
     
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    200-250 visitors/day is what is was getting when I owned it.
    All organic, no PPC was used. I did forum promotion and had a few people blog about the site, thats it.
     
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    And here is my 4 years old site MLB Store, twice redesign. Combination between datafeed+CJ webservices.

    top 10 in google with keyphrases: mlb store, mlb shop, baseball store, baseball shop, baseball glove shop, baseball glove store.
     
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    Hello

    Are you using API or RSS feeds from eBay. I'm trying to determine the best way to pull auctions.. and both seem to have issues at times.

    Also, curious why you don't use 'direct' rover link?

    hanji
     
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    Using feeds for this. It works for this project. I don't need much data, and it saves APIs calls.

    I think there is a concensus that hiding affiliate links from the SEs is a best practice.

    Ty
     
    tkroll, Apr 10, 2007 IP
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