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    Popunder and popup ads such as Joshmadecash.com uses any luck with tho$e?

    Popunder and popup ads such as Joshmadecash.com uses,..... any luck with tho$e? Is that an effective and profitable way to advertise?
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    They must be, or advertisers would stop doing it.

    But... if you look at the advertisers who are promoting with popunders... you usually find high-margin affiliate programs pushing low-quality products. Most of the products seem to be aimed towards a target market of slightly retarded consumers.

    If that's your niche, I say give it a try!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    They must be, or advertisers would stop doing it.

    But... if you look at the advertisers who are promoting with popunders... you usually find high-margin affiliate programs pushing low-quality products. Most of the products seem to be aimed towards a target market of slightly retarded consumers.

    If that's your niche, I say give it a try!
    Is "target market of slightly retarded consumers" a webmaster industry term?

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    I think it's been around as long as salespeople.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    They must be, or advertisers would stop doing it.

    But... if you look at the advertisers who are promoting with popunders... you usually find high-margin affiliate programs pushing low-quality products. Most of the products seem to be aimed towards a target market of slightly retarded consumers.

    If that's your niche, I say give it a try!
    You know, thats what I always thought. Kind of sad really. Some people say to wipe out all of the stupid people, but then, we wouldn't have capitalism or marketing....or too many sales at all anywhere, except for basic things.

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    Sounds good to me. Companies should be forced to earn their revenue.
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    In come cases that is a logical way to go about things. There is a city in South America...Sao Paolo I believe, that doesn't allow ads.

    Yet, it remains one of the richest cities. I think they are on to something!
    http://www.adbusters.org/magazine/73...thout_Ads.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavenecko View Post
    In come cases that is a logical way to go about things. There is a city in South America...Sao Paolo I believe, that doesn't allow ads.

    Yet, it remains one of the richest cities. I think they are on to something!
    São Paulo: A City Without Ads | Adbusters Culturejammer Headquarters
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    if they do not allow ads then they must not have the internet.
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    Of course they have the internet, but no ads on the outside are allowed. For major companies, billboards and ads in huge cities are a large part of their marketing. Internet too. I'm sure the city has restrictions on internet ads though. Wouldn't know.

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    popups and pop-unders

    If you decide to use that method, just be aware that this really does annoy your site visitors. Plus like 80% of people have popup blockers which cuts revenue a lot.

    In the '90s maybe this would have made you a bit money, but not really now.

    That is however just my opinion.

    Personally I would look for other methods. Here is one:

    Add a name and email box. Make a point of regsitering them (empathize that in some way). Then email them say twice a month with CPA offers(anymore that that will just annoy people).

    "The money is in the list"


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