Ads to place on my jobs website?

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i set up a jobs website with adsense ads (im now making 10cent a day which is awesome!) but what other ads would you recommend to place on the site, i was thinking amazon affilaite and hsotgator affiliate, i know you can only place 3 adsense ads per page but am i also allowed to place these ads on the site which already have adsense ads, or would adsense ban me?
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  • Profile picture of the author jurojin
    You can find a few "writing jobs" sites in the clickbank marketplace that pay a decent commission and seem to be perfectly targeted for your website.
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    • Profile picture of the author RyanJohnson1
      Originally Posted by jurojin View Post

      You can find a few "writing jobs" sites in the clickbank marketplace that pay a decent commission and seem to be perfectly targeted for your website.
      true also i would use something like hypertracker
      to rotate between 4-6 offers, find the ones that
      give you the highest NET epc's and use the top
      2 on a consistent basis.
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    • Profile picture of the author cheaba
      Originally Posted by jurojin View Post

      You can find a few "writing jobs" sites in the clickbank marketplace that pay a decent commission and seem to be perfectly targeted for your website.
      I agree with such opinion completely.
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      • Profile picture of the author tommybc
        Originally Posted by cheaba View Post

        I agree with such opinion completely.
        I never used it before but do you place the clickbank ads on your site similar to adsense? how many can you place?
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanJohnson1
    Originally Posted by tommybc View Post

    i set up a jobs website with adsense ads (im now making 10cent a day which is awesome!) but what other ads would you recommend to place on the site, i was thinking amazon affilaite and hsotgator affiliate, i know you can only place 3 adsense ads per page but am i also allowed to place these ads on the site which already have adsense ads, or would adsense ban me?
    Mostly any work at home biz opp cpa offer would work...

    I would probably promote one that's a trial offer,
    its a low barrier of entry, you get a high payout,
    and they typically convert really high on job traffic.

    How are you driving traffic to your site? all organic web search?
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  • Profile picture of the author tommybc
    thanks i will try all of those out, yes its all organic, where in the page would you place the clickbank and cpa offers? ath the sidebars?
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by tommybc View Post

    i set up a jobs website with adsense ads (im now making 10cent a day which is awesome!) but what other ads would you recommend to place on the site, i was thinking amazon affilaite and hsotgator affiliate, i know you can only place 3 adsense ads per page but am i also allowed to place these ads on the site which already have adsense ads, or would adsense ban me?
    There are many affiliate (CPA) offers which would likely work great, some are job offers and others are work from home.. I'd recommend looking at that. You could even start by visiting odigger.com or offervault.com and see what types of offers are available
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  • Profile picture of the author onSubie
    Resume Rabbit has an affiliate program. They let people submit resumes to multiple resources.
    https://www.resumerabbit.com/affilia...ch_program.jsp
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    • Profile picture of the author tommybc
      Originally Posted by onSubie View Post

      Resume Rabbit has an affiliate program. They let people submit resumes to multiple resources.
      https://www.resumerabbit.com/affilia...ch_program.jsp
      is that a reputable site? here are similar to the above
      1. ResumeEdge
      2. Resume Rabbit
      3. Career Builder
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeMiller
    There are also some affiliate products which help people with the job application process, write a good CV and cover letter, etc. Those would be a perfect match for your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author tommybc
    How about placing adversal ads along with the adsense ads? sites with a lot of free space (like mine) could fit many ads
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  • Profile picture of the author 1clickjobhunt
    Yes they do ban you , hoeever your will see people placing 2 3 5 6 7 even 10 adsese but theese people have been treated diffrently as they do have very very nasty traffic so th google wont treat them as what they treat to normal people. This is whole diffrent ball game when your traffic cross the set google limit they will allow you to do these kind of stuff..


    Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author gregdavidson727
    Indeed has their own publisher program.

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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    I never used it before but do you place the clickbank ads on your site similar to adsense? how many can you place?
    You can place as many Clickbank ads as you want. It does not work like Adsense.

    I suggest you take the Adsense off your site completely and replace it with affiliate or CPA ads. Adsense pays pennies and is far too restrictive.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    There are some products on Clickbank that offer JOBS to people.

    You can place as many ads as you want or as little as you want.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by tommybc View Post

    im now making 10cent a day which is awesome!

    You're not hard to please, are you? As long as you derive income from Adsense, you're going to have to be happy with pennies for your effort unless you can find a way to drive lots of traffic (mega traffic) to you site. I would suggest you create and sell your own product, or a product that you license, or something that will generate an income instead of a pittance.

    Obviously the product you sell or affiliate should be targeted to the reason viewers come to your site.

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  • Profile picture of the author iype
    You can try media.net as an alternative to adsense
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    • Profile picture of the author tommybc
      Originally Posted by iype View Post

      You can try media.net as an alternative to adsense
      since media.net is a direct competitor to adsense would it still be okay to place both on your site?
      Also how many ads can you place on a single page without getting banned from adsense? i know its 3 for adsense but i meant along with cpa, amazon, cb ect.
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  • Profile picture of the author SnackMemory
    i would recommend "doubling up" with affiliate marketing, such as amazon or ebay. this is allowed by googles terms and offers a different aspect that may prove lucrative.
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    • Profile picture of the author tommybc
      Originally Posted by SnackMemory View Post

      i would recommend "doubling up" with affiliate marketing, such as amazon or ebay. this is allowed by googles terms and offers a different aspect that may prove lucrative.
      yes but they are looking for jobs not cheap items
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  • Profile picture of the author NathanO
    Think like your visitor. If you were looking for a job, what else would catch your interest? Maybe an attractive job offer, or a service that will help them with their job search? There are several things you could go after.
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  • Profile picture of the author tommybc
    if ones was to place clickbank links and ads on their site how would you attract clicks onto the offer, writing a review for that product is the best option to do so?
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  • Profile picture of the author tommybc
    to get clickbank conversions is creating reviews for products the best option?
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