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  1. Hey guys, I need suggestion for my site. I use Ebook trial offer from Mgcash now From 1K traffic i have 5-86 sales. Maybe you know some other way to monetize my Ebook traffic? I could be your referer. My monthly traffic is 24K. Who can offer me something better?
  2. What is ad inventory arbitrage? How is it different from traffic arbitrage and who benefits from it? Is it dying? And if so, what is killing the ad inventory arbitrage industry? But most importantly – how does all this influence you, the publisher. Read here: https://www.adngin.com/blog/website-monetization/inventory-arbitrage-good-bad-publisher/
  3. If you run a website and you’re not using video, you could be missing out on a huge amount of traffic every month. On YouTube alone, users view approximately four billion videos per day. Extend the time scale to one month and the total amount of time spent watching videos is more than six billion hours. Add Facebook into the equation and online video consumption becomes even bigger. More than 323 days worth of video content is viewed on Facebook every single minute, making it clear that users love watching videos online. I guess that means that there is an inherent irony in watching Zombie movies, then... If you’re a publisher then, most likely, you’ve already done this math. Video content is a great asset for increasing engagement on your website, hitting higher monthly pageview figures, and retaining your audience for longer. Better yet, it’s super easy to add engaging video content to your website. Read more...
  4. As the buzz around native advertising has started to wear off, advertisers have become more aware of its strengths and weaknesses. 15 to 20 years ago, banner ads were in the same position as native ads today. They were fun, new and exciting. They had the special pixie dust around them that native ads had a few years ago, and advertisers were desperate to experiment with them at any cost. Because of this similarity, we can learn a lot about native ads by looking back at the lessons we, as advertisers, learned from banner and display ads in the late 1990s. Below, we’ve listed five banner and display-inspired lessons that you can (and should) apply to your native advertising strategy to maximize your campaign performance, improve your return on ad spend and avoid repeating the same mistakes many advertisers have made before you. It’s all about performance When marketing gurus tell you that big advertising budgets aren’t spent with results in mind, it’s best not to listen. At the end of the day, every advertising campaign boils down to figures inside a column, and return on ad spend (ROAS) has always been the metric by which ad campaigns are measured. Remember that any form of advertising is all about performance. Optimize your native ads like you would a display or search campaign by split testing different ad creatives, pausing creatives and placements that underperform, and carefully tracking your campaign’s ROAS. Sometimes, it’s better to be subtle Just like many display advertisers prefer to be as loud as possible, many native advertisers take the “bigger and bolder is better†approach to advertising. They approach native advertising as if it were an opportunity to market aggressively, rather than an opportunity to be subtle. Fighting for attention is a race to the bottom Mention banner advertising to a crowd of non-marketers and you’re bound to hear at least one person mention how obtrusive and annoying banner ads are. The same person might even say that the annoyingness of banner ads motivates them not to click on any of them. The decline in popularity of banner ads didn’t occur because they were intrusive -- banner ads became intrusive because they were effective. As more advertisers discovered how effective a display campaign could be, they fought aggressively for attention. If native advertising is overused, it could go down the same path. Instead of fighting to generate as much attention as possible, as the early banner advertisers did, it might be best to step back and focus on achieving results with as little as possible to prevent another race to the bottom. Targeting and intent matter Dig into the average Google Display Network campaign and you’ll notice that when the same or similar ads run on different placements, they generate very different results. Even similar placements -- for example, two websites about car insurance -- can result in a very different return on ad spend. One placement might be highly profitable, while the other could be a poor performer that costs far more than it earns. If you’re buying native ad space through a network, such as Taboola or Outbrain, your targeting options are slightly more limited. However, you can write your ad’s headline to directly speak to your target audience and reach the people most likely to produce a positive return on ad spend. There’s value beyond direct results The world’s first banner ad, which was served in 1994, had a clickthrough rate of 44%. That’s about 440 times the current average clickthrough rate for banner advertising, which is around 0.1%. Over time, banner advertisers realized that impressions -- ad views -- were also valuable for brands. The more an ad was seen, the more likely it was to influence the viewer’s behavior, creating brand value for the advertising business. There are two forms of value from native advertising. The first is a direct return on ad spend, which is easy to analyze shortly after you begin your campaign. The second is the exposure your brand gains, which, while not as easy to measure, is often just as valuable. Do you use native advertising? There’s a real first mover advantage in the world of marketing. When you’re the first brand in your industry to try a new advertising platform or marketing channel, you can gain a serious, measurable advantage over your competitors. Does your company use native advertising? If you’re searching for a way to gain a marketing advantage over your competitors and produce a profitable return on ad spend in the process, use the five lessons above to launch your first native advertising campaign today. Enjoy the full post
  5. Hey, guys I created a 14,000+ words long tutorial about how to set up a WordPress blog, how to get traffic and how to make money with your blog or website - the complete guide! In this tutorial, you will learn: - How to Choose Your Domain Name and Get It For Free - How to Get the Best Hosting For Your Domain - How to Set Up Your WordPress Blog - How to Find The Best Design For Your Blog - How to Optimize Your Blog For SEO - How to Make It Secure & Automatically Backed Up - Blogging Best Practices - How to Get Traffic to Your Blog - How to Make Money From Your blog - How To Optimize Your Time Even if you have a blog or a website there are 100+ ideas how to get more traffic and make money! Get the post here - http://fortunelords.com/start-a-blog/
  6. From science to pop culture, myths are a part of everyday life. Even the large Google AdSense publisher community has created and suffers from myths regarding AdSense. We’re here to finally bust the most common of these myths. Read More
  7. Google sure does love its advertisers! That’s why most of the announcements that came out of the Google Performance Summit (GPS) last week were aimed at keeping their advertisers happy. Because advertisers are like mall shoppers and happy shoppers spend more on ads. Actually, that’s good for publishers too so don’t feel neglected. https://www.adngin.com/blog/adsense-tips/6-new-changes-coming-adwords-will-affect-adsense-publishers/
  8. Anyone has tried to monetized a plugin? How did it went? Any new ideas?
  9. Prelaunch SAAS Promotion and IM Hi guys! I am a Co-Founder to a new SEO SaaS startup http://semcompass.com/ I would like some feedback and additional ideas on my prelaunch promotion strategy. I will try to update this as much as possible. Any relevant comments welcome and greatly appreciated. Social media accounts created To date our social media accounts have been neglected but I intend on picking that up within the next few days. I intend on creating some dialogue on development updates, feature requests and anything directly related to our product. This is what I have got so far (Follower stats - 1st April 2014): Facebook: 125 likes. Google Plus: 6 followers. Twitter: 4 followers. LinkedIn: 18 followers. Pinterest: 1 follower. To do: Curate 10 Google plus communities. Contribute to 10 Facebook communities. Post to social media accounts 2 or 3 times per week. Forum Special Offers / Thread Classifieds & Commenting This is what I have got so far: Warrior Forum Special Offer - WSO: The WSO creative has been created (cost $87 USD) from http://wsocreative.com/. I am waiting for a few testimonials to come through before I send it live. I intend on taking this WSO and adapting is for TrafficPlanet, BlackhatWorld and whoever else has a classifieds section (see list below) I also intend on generally just being more active and contributing a lot more. Over the past few years my SEO knowledge has gone a little stale as I have focused on development, rather than executing SEO strategies. So it will be nice to brush up on my ranking skills and knowledge. Below is a list of all the IM forums and their respective user base (painstakingly collected by me - 1st April). Forum list (URL, members): http://community.seobook.com/ ??? http://problogger.com/ ??? http://www.ewealth.com/ 1268065 http://www.sitepoint.com/ 746430 http://www.warriorforum.com/ 728846 https://forums.digitalpoint.com/ 722410 http://www.blackhatworld.com/ 590820 http://www.v7n.com/forums/ 244285 http://www.affilorama.com/forum/ 191080 http://forums.seochat.com/ 187031 http://www.wickedfire.com/ 175399 http://www.webdeveloper.com/ 173170 http://www.thefreeadforum.com/vbull/forum.php 165139 http://bestblackhatforum.com/ 150175 http://www.blackhatteam.com/ 136870 http://www.moneymakerdiscussion.com/ 112874 http://www.quicksprout.com/forum/ 103540 http://www.abestweb.com/forums/ 102848 http://seoforums.org/ 88246 http://www.seomastering.com/seo-forum/ 53060 http://temp.associateprograms.com/ 29927 http://www.geekvillage.com/forums/index.php 24783 http://forums.searchenginewatch.com/ 24393 http://www.cpaelites.com/ 21964 http://www.clickbanksuccessforum.com/forum/ 18674 http://affiliate-marketing-forums.5staraffiliateprograms.com/ 18582 http://www.affiliatefix.com/ 14200 http://trafficplanet.com/ 11848 http://www.clicknewz.com/members/ 3071 SaaS Prelaunch Directory listings Here are some places I listed http://semcompass.com/. We get between 50 and 100 referrals per month total from the following profiles: http://www.crunchbase.com/ https://angel.co/ http://erlibird.com/ http://launchsoon.com/ http://betali.st/ Other major strategies to flesh out 1. Blog 2. Affiliate program 3. Remarketing 4. Email Marketing 5. Outreach 5.1 To blogs, 5.2 Twitter influencers, 5.3 Facebook page & community moderators, 5.4 Google plus page & community moderators. 6. Media buys (from places like http://buysellads.com/) WHAT DO YOU THINK?!?! I would love if this became a mastermind for SaaS promotion. Questions: Am I missing any important aspects? What priorities do you think I should put in place? Where have you found success? and lastly!!! What do you think of my new SaaS?? If you have any feedback for semcompass.com I would love to hear it. Regards, Ryan.