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    Some websites won't convert well without Adsense. It doesn't mean that you need Adsense though. There are other alternatives like Vibrant Media, Infolinks and Adside. Depending on your traffic sources IM may be a better alternative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    Some websites won't convert well without Adsense. It doesn't mean that you need Adsense though. There are other alternatives like Vibrant Media, Infolinks and Adside. Depending on your traffic sources IM may be a better alternative.
    I had Adsenses a couple of years on my site, with more than 250 high articles with length 1000 words to 1800 words it just brought me between $50-$70 per month which were peanuts. I really think that google take the webmasters for dummies.

    That right that Adwords is not for all retailers, for example my main fee was shipping the products from Hawaii 40% of the wholesale orders. Of course it will be very difficult and almost impossible to offer to the customers promotions like free shipping, 15% off, and on the top of that pay google adwords fees, plus I have absolutely no confidence paying for a casino like google. I don't know if you guys were aware of this, but on internet some smart guys created bots to click on google ads, not because they had any interests, but just to put a heavy burden on people advertising on google.

    There are many stories about clicks fraud every year, of course google wants that covered up.

    Click Fraud
    http://www.businessweek.com/stories/...01/click-fraud

    http://www.forbes.com/2010/01/12/goo...fficsolar.html

    http://www.wiredprnews.com/2012/12/1...121132223.html

    Is Click Fraud A Ticking Time Bomb Under Google?
    http://www.forbes.com/sites/investor...-under-google/



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