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    Earning With Low Traffic Websites

    Hi,

    How can you earn with low traffic websites?

    I ask this as my sites never do well with huge numbers, but the traffic is a bit targeted.

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    With low traffic website you can earn from pid to review, since the rate is not depending on traffic but your site PR and the relateness of the topic with the review offer.

    Adsense is also can earn you well if you low traffic, since it's high CTR and HPK

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    I dunno that low traffic site could make us earn money since I think mostly people will pay us for putting ads if our site having high PR or high traffic. Beside try to earning from targeted traffic with adsense quite hard I think. T_T

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    Beside working on getting more traffic for your site, there isn't much anything you can do.
    Except if it is a very targetted niche and that every single of your visitor is interested in buying a particular product. In that event, you might take advantage of an affiliate program.

    Quote Originally Posted by akira07 View Post
    With low traffic website you can earn from pid to review, since the rate is not depending on traffic but your site PR and the relateness of the topic with the review offer.
    And do you think a site with almost no traffic has the slightiest chance of scoring a high PageRank?
    In the end, it is the advertiser that will have the last word and honestly, who wants to pay for a review with low traffic? In fact, most of the review sites (such as ReviewMe) have monthly visitors/page impressions standards.

    Quote Originally Posted by akira07 View Post
    Adsense is also can earn you well if you low traffic, since it's high CTR and HPK
    Same as my last statement.

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    Yes i know, but i become wonder, how can PTR company know the traffic stat of the publisher site? Based on my experience learning of PTR, i never get info that PTR company require us to giving out site stat.
    About PR, high PR site not always high traffic, since PR is about link, not a traffic. And we are know there is many easy way to get link nowadays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akira07 View Post
    @nic
    Yes i know, but i become wonder, how can PTR company know the traffic stat of the publisher site? Based on my experience learning of PTR, i never get info that PTR company require us to giving out site stat.
    Well obviously you don't have any experience about Paid To Review websites. I never seen one who wasn't asking for your traffic details.
    Try reading the FAQ of those sites next time.
    Quote Originally Posted by ReviewMe FAQ
    Why was my blog rejected?
    To be accepted into ReviewMe, a blog must meet a minimum number of citations, subscribers, and traffic. If your blog is rejected, you may want to return in a few months' time and submit your blog again.

    Quote Originally Posted by akira07 View Post
    About PR, high PR site not always high traffic, since PR is about link, not a traffic. And we are know there is many easy way to get link nowadays.
    CMIIW
    Once again, you don't have the slightiest idea of what you are speaking of. PR isn't about the number of backlinks you have.

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    The thing about Adsense is.. you need a reasonable amount of traffic just to make it work. I mean, yeah, you might get the odd click, but unless you have some serious traffic (or an amazing CTR), you're not going to get many clicks, which means you won't earn much money.

    Everything monetisation related is about traffic (well, almost )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    Everything monetisation related is about traffic (well, almost )
    Most of the time yes. But again it depends on how targeted your site is (Brandon said his was) and what you offer to your visitors, even if they are a few. With a little work, you can successfully sell a high quality product to your users.

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    it will take you forever, if your aiming to earn from your sites... you need to have it improved.

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    You can make money and earn traffic at the same time -

    1) use reciprocal links/ads, which should generate traffic
    2) then charge for them
    Visit my business blog! YouthBusinessBlog.com

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