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- How do I improve my CTR (Click Through Rate)?
"Improving your CTR is a great way of increasing your advertising revenue with CTR-based campaigns and making your advertiser happy. Below are some suggestions on how this can be accomplished along with some fundamental information about CTR. " More
- How bad are irrelevant ads?
"Serving ads on your website is a great way to create an additional stream of revenue, but it’s also a practice that can backfire spectacularly if it is done incorrectly. One of the biggest mistakes that publishers make is filling their website with ads that have zero relevance to the subject of the site. " More
- What to advertise during an economic downturn?
"In an ideal world, everyone would have a large amount of disposable income available to them so that they could buy whatever their heart desired. This would also be great for advertisers, as their job would become that much easier. " More
- What do you need to know before setting ad rates?
"Let’s say you have created a website that is pulling in a ton of traffic and now you want to start monetizing the property by serving ads. This is an excellent way to earn some advertising revenue that will help your website grow, but if you have never gone the ad serving route before, you probably have some questions. " More
- Should you charge for ad clicks or ad impressions? CPC vs. CPM
"When it comes to having ads on your blog or website, there are a couple of different pricing strategies that you can employ. If you have a site that generates a lot of traffic every day, you might be quite happy to go with ads that pay by the number of impressions. " More
- Offering deals and discounts to retain your advertisers
"If you plan to have ad serving on your website, you might think that acquiring advertisers is going to be the hardest part. However, it is not nearly as difficult as you might think, especially if you have an audience that is attractive to potential advertisers. " More