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What is a good weight?

Discussion in 'Co-op Advertising Network' started by cgo85, Nov 9, 2004.

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    I just gained some weight with the new update... The site is fairly new and has 681 indexed pages and when it's completed it will have over 10,000. Also, from what I'm reading PR is also a factor so I will probably have to wait until the next PR update for that. However, I'm wondering what is a good weight to get into a steady rotation of my ads?
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    cgo85, Nov 9, 2004 IP
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    The more weight the better of course. I would guess the average weight is ~ 2k but that is only a guess. Shawn knows how much weight & how many sites.

    Once you join, your ads are in rotation. Your weight will give an indication of the % (your weight / total network weigt ~ 5million) it will show within the network. All things being equal you should at least get at much as you give to the network.
     
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    dejaone Well-Known Member

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    you're talking about weight of coop ad network. adsense on this page show weight lose ads. interesting :)
     
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    pretty funny!:D
     
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    The theoritical cap weight is 135,000, and that's with a PR10...
     
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