Adsense Sucks For Your Sales!

by 6 comments

That is what I think. In the beginning adsense and/or
same type of ads was cool. Nowdays if I come to a site
selling/promoting anything and I see an adsense ads I
leave, I try find another similair page without ads.

No idea why. Just can't stand these stupid ads all over
the page. On free information pages I can stand it but
on commercial pages YUK. Anyone else?

#internet marketing #adsense #sales #sucks
  • Profile picture of the author Easy Cash
    It doesn't work having ads on your sales page - the page needs to be focused on one thing only.

    What you are selling.
  • Profile picture of the author edynas
    What about adsense on merchants selling stuff thru clickbank or any other affiliatenetwork....

    There is no bigger sign to me to not promote that. Apperently he/she is not convinced the product will sell and needs an extra way to make a profit plus imho it's ripping the affiliates of that send traffic to that page.
    • Profile picture of the author Tim_Carter
      I guess you get the point by now.

      Adsense ads (or any other advertising) does not belong on a sales page. It takes a targeted visitors attention away from the product.

      Targeted visitors are valuable and giving them a way to go to another product is a dumb thing to do.
  • Profile picture of the author jasonl70
    I added adsense to my squeeze pages..

    My opt-ins did not drop at all, and I get 10% ctr on my adsense. This effectively reduced my ppc expenses by over 20% (i get more per click then I paid), which increased my overal profitability quite a bit.

    Seriously, the only people clicking on my adsense are people who were going to hit the back arrow.. those interested in opting in are still doing so.

    And I got the basic idea from 'get adwords for free'!! Yeah - the product everyone hates It doesn't talk about adsense, but the idea that maybe ads wouldn't reduce my opt-ins was triggered by that ebook..

    This is not the same as a sales page of course, but it's an example of the need to test 'counter-intuitive' ideas for yourself..

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