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    Wink AdSense Earning from Proxy Sites Falling

    This is complete rubbish. 37,000 visits over a period of 15 days. 100 adsense clicks and $16. Anyone else experince the same?
    How can I improve the ctr on this? or maby there using adblocker?


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    Last edited by Keldorn; 17 August, 2009 at 17:45 PM.
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    Here's a few steps I suggest you take.

    Move ads around to increase CTR. A good goal for proxies, in my opinion, are 1% CTR

    Redirect crappy traffic elsewhere. I generally send them to a proxy listing site.

    Don't buy garbage traffic from proxy.org. I find that the traffic from there rarely if ever pays well, and hardly click ads.

    Take a look at your on page copy for the page. Reread it a couple times and see if it seems natural, and then take into account keywords you're using/targeting on the page that may trigger high paying ads.

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    Yup, you can`t be more right!
    Garbage in garbage out!

    Quality over quantity!
    Traffic from SEO has a better CTR for me,
    around 3-4%...
    Yummy!

    Quote Originally Posted by nux View Post
    Don't buy garbage traffic from proxy.org. I find that the traffic from there rarely if ever pays well, and hardly click ads.

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    Still wonder if there may be some adblocking happneing. 37K visits , the impressions on the adsense where only 34K, doesn't add up.
    Also assuming a person is going to view the homepage multiple times. (or at least once) The impressions on the adsense should be twice or triple the size or exact.
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    I'd move the first paragraph of your "about" copy and the two ad units above the form. This will give the user (and the adsense bot) more to read before having to scroll to the form. This way an ad could catch their attention easier than them simply jumping straight to the form and bypassing everything right away since that is really the first thing they are seeing as of now.

    Next, what's the most used browser? With a large portion of your traffic coming from proxy.org and it leading straight to the ssl version of your page, it could be possible that people in IE7 and 8 are simply saying "No don't show unauthenticated content" thus never seeing the ads at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtkguy View Post
    I'd move the first paragraph of your "about" copy and the two ad units above the form. This will give the user (and the adsense bot) more to read before having to scroll to the form. This way an ad could catch their attention easier than them simply jumping straight to the form and bypassing everything right away since that is really the first thing they are seeing as of now.

    Next, what's the most used browser? With a large portion of your traffic coming from proxy.org and it leading straight to the ssl version of your page, it could be possible that people in IE7 and 8 are simply saying "No don't show unauthenticated content" thus never seeing the ads at all.

    Some good points. I totally forget about that I.E thing. If there clicking "no" alot that would explain the impressions/ctr being so low.
    I'd really hate to have to block I.E users from my SSL sites. I despise that browser so much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dollar View Post
    Some good points. I totally forget about that I.E thing. If there clicking "no" alot that would explain the impressions/ctr being so low.
    I'd really hate to have to block I.E users from my SSL sites. I despise that browser so much.
    No need to block them, just redirect them to non SSL first, that way originally the ads will show up, and then they could just click your 'enable ssl' link for secure access if they wanted it.

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    The reason why you aren't making any money on Adsense has nothing to do with traffic sources, its the niche....

    Are people STILL using Adsense for proxies? Let me look at my calendar and make sure it isn't 2005.....

    If anyone is going to rely on Adsense for proxy sites you are eventually going to fail, Google will smartprice you, or you will eventually realize that the proxy keyword isn't the hottest paying niche.

    The solution: get rid of Adsense! Why use it???

    Nux: I don't understand your comments....are you saying the toplists in your signature are going to bring better "higher click" traffic than proxy.org? Hilarious!
    Last edited by IProx; 18 August, 2009 at 15:36 PM.

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    My point is this....proxy traffic is proxy traffic. Adsense earnings are a representation of what an advertiser will pay for that keyword. Unfortunately, proxies aren't that high on the list.

    If your making $ with Adsense, enjoy it while it lasts.

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    For the most part that's true, but I find that when purchasing traffic from proxy.org it converts a lot less than other random traffic that's hitting sites.

    I've heard his from many others as well. While some people have found other ways to monetize this traffic, using Adsense is not one of those ways. If you're looking to earn from Adsense, I suggest you don't purchase traffic from proxy.org.
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