Sunday, April 16, 2006

Your Adsense account is banned !

One of the biggest trends over the last year has been the explosion of websites built to take advantage of pay-per-click ads

And when some one clicks on those ads that you display - a few cents tumble into your account.

Now have you found that the promise of making hundreds of dollars a day from displaying pay-per-click ads on your website is falling short of expectations?

Or have you ever received this message any time - Your account is disabled because of invalid clicks.

Now what ?

Look around for alternatives - nothing else

Forget about it. It is highly unlikely that Google will unlock your account again, unless you have a fantastic reason (these are a rarity).

So don't waste your time. Remember it is the Internet age and everything is automated and Google's answers to any sincere and arguing emails would be useless. Mainly because, they are completely robotized.

Whether you find that the promise of making hundreds of dollars a day from displaying pay-per-click ads on your website is falling short of expectations, or whether your account is disabled, then only you start checking around for alternatives..

I can never understand how guys make such a huge inflow with one or two fly by nite sites - just imagine the inflow in a day.

At least, logically I can never figure out how they do it - ref. the below article.

Now, instead of making your fortune from the pay-per-click revolution where you normally tend to make much more than a few cents a day or perhaps a couple of dollars at best.

Now why settle for this handful of cents?

As they say you find out, only when the need arises.

And just when you thought Google AdWords was the only game in town when it comes to displaying contextual ads.

Take for example - Affiliate Sensor - It is almost as easy to use as Adsense.

Affiliate Sensor's new context-relevant, text-link affiliate ad blocks let you choose from ClickBank's over 10,000 products by copying and pasting a little JavaScript onto your web pages.

You show only context-relevant, highly targeted text ads that you have control over. Just think when someone clicks on these ClickBank ads you make a profit and a pretty good one at that. Check it out.

They do have the ability to customize the ads just like Google does so you can make them look exactly like Adsense ads.

You can also either select the search terms to match with your site OR let the program determine them from the page title and heading.

Real-time reporting of clicks by domain, page and referrer is provided.

Since all the ads are shown from the ClickBank mall, the way it works is that they will substitute your ClickBank ID into the ads 90% of the time.

5% of the impressions goes to the account you sign up under, and 5% goes to AffiliateSensor. So for every 100 ads you show on your site, your ClickBank ID will show up on 90 of them, 5 will have the ID of the account you signed up under, and 5 will be AffiliateSensor's ID.

Check it out. You'll like it. Besides it's interface is simple

However, please do double-check. As they have been complaints that in Safari and Mozilla and on the Mac under OSX, the ads do not show up. However with Firefox they do work.

You will like the ability to display the ads that YOU WANT as opposed to some silly algo deciding.

Try it for yourself

Or, if you want to get your own FREE ClickBank Mall

Until next time !
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