Adsense partner

So which Adsense alternative is best for your website or blog? Well, the answer is: it depends. But if you want to maximize your ad earnings, you might want to consider Mediavine. Mediavine is a private AdSense alternative that only accepts high-quality sites and those with a minimum of 30,000 pageviews or 25,000 sessions a month. The advantage of being an AdSense partner is that the algorithm used by them allows the ads to be displayed according to the interests of your users. You just need to choose the type of advertising you want to display on your site and the place where the ad appears, that the tool does everything else. If you’re a prospective Certified Partner or a publisher interested in the services offered by these Certified Partners, you can visit our program website or Help Center for more information. We look forward to working with this group of partners and continuing to expand the range of options available to publishers in the AdSense program. To achieve this, Google has decided to launch and start the Adsense Partnership program which will help Publishers grow their revenue to a great extent from Adsense certified partners.. What is Adsense Certified partner program all about? Google says,”Our program is an invitation-based accreditation for businesses that consists of two core features – an AdSense certification and an account ... It gets you into AdSense and everything Google. 2. Phone number and postal address Your phone number and the mailing address associated with your bank account so you can get paid. 3. Connect your site to AdSense Add one piece of code to your site and Google will take care of the rest, allowing you to grow your business. ... Team up with a Certified Publishing Partner. Make the most of your new or existing AdSense account. These third party experts will help you set up, optimize, and maintain your AdSense account. Here are some services our Certified Publishing Partners offer: A/B tests Google Adsense Partner Ezoic is a Google Certified Publishing Partner. In 2014, Ezoic became the first and only American headquartered company to be selected and certified by Adsense to be a certified partner.

The Subreddit for YouTube Partners - Share your knowledge, solve your problems!

2012.04.19 20:05 volxleet The Subreddit for YouTube Partners - Share your knowledge, solve your problems!

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2020.09.22 02:16 gogettas_money Anyone know site similar to Quora Partner Program?

Anyone know a site similar to the Quora Partner Program? Basically one that pays you for adsense views and indexed by google? I know Quora pays from the views from adsense, looking for something similar.
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2020.09.20 15:35 leader_one_and_only Can I use the Same Adsense That Is associated to my Youtube For My website.

So , I have a website which I have been wanting to join for a partnered program. Should I be adding my website to the same adsense that my youtube is connected or create a new adsense for it. I just want to know if there is any sort of problem in my website,would there be any problem in my associated youtube account if the same adsense is used? If my monetization for website is disapproved would it effect my monetized youtube account? Thanks
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2020.09.13 06:12 zenporchgarden Monetizing a blog with some adult content

Is it possible to monetize a high traffic blog that has some to very little adult content? The posts in question are not too explicit (like I’m not going into play-by-play details), it’s just some dating and sex stories. I also sometimes talk about other adult subjects, like vibrators, but more in a “sexual health” kind of way.
Only a handful of posts on my blog are NSFW, so it doesn’t make a ton of sense for me to try and partner with adult websites like Adam and Eve, unless it’s just for those specific NSFW posts. Google AdSense is probably out of the question, right? If I have the traffic, will agencies like Media Vine or AdThrive be ok with the occasional NSFW post?
I tried googling this question and came back with nothing because blogs are either NO adult content or straight up porn... my blog is neither. It’s just NSFW on SOME blog posts. And, for the occasional NSFW post, I can guarantee, unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 30 years, you see way worse stuff in video games, on social media and especially on TV 🤔
Edit: I want to reiterate that it’s just a FEW posts on my blog and they aren’t raunchy. I just sometimes talk about adult topics that people are afraid to talk about with their friends and will instead google answers to. My site is NOT an adult content site.
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2020.09.13 05:26 PenPaperShotgun I need marks help. I'm lost in the world of Youtube Adsense.

I know you won't see this but it would be a life saver if anyone Mark fans could explain this.
When his adsense was banned the appeal was rejected and his partner dreams were over. He made a new channel and a new adsense. You can't make a new adsense, it's tied to your name and bank, it's illegal. So how did he do it?.
I myself have been through this and 100% I was wrongly banned and it was almost 10 years ago, it was so long ago the email address that was used doesn't even exist. He said he made a new channel and put adsense on the new channel.
I thought you couldn't do that? So the question is how on earth did Mark make a new channel and put adsense on it?
I want to make a new channel like he did but I fear I would rebuild only to be not able to make a new adsense after I hit the threshold. I know this issue is a passion thing of is and its why I ask. Hes the only Youtuber I know of thats been through this crap and I wish he could give me an answer
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2020.09.08 20:03 quickcze Adsense - units shared on multiple domains

Hi,
I run a website which has several language translations operated on different domains (*.de for German, *.pt for Portuguese etc). These websites has the same layout and design, but I use different ad partners for each domain. I use Adsense for Portuguese domain (with particular low CPM). Coincidentally, I run Adsense also on German domain (with very high CPM) and Portuguese CPM also pickup. Do you think this is only coincident or is there any reason behind?
Generally, does it exist any recommendation if it is better to share the same units on different domains or separate them?

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2020.09.04 21:36 Youch1978 Google search engine

Google search engine
The Google search engine is the most popular search engine on the Internet. Google is the leader in all countries of the world except Russia (Yandex), China (Baidu), Czech Republic (Seznam), and North Korea (Naver)
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Google founders
The founders of the search giant were Larry Page and Sergey Brin, then students at Stanford University. The search engine was originally called BackRub and was created as an educational project.
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The official start of the Google search engine on September 2, 1998, and the google.com domain was registered on September 15, 1997.
How Google makes money
Google's main earning model is Adsense, Adwords, or contextual advertising in search results and on partner sites.
According to the published report for the 3rd quarter of 2019, the company's net profit was $ 2.17 billion.
At the same time, WordStream did research, where it turned out that Google makes $ 100 million a day.
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How many people work at Google
As of April 2020, Google has 25,000 employees worldwide. This is a large number of employees, but so far the volume has not become more than that of such giants as Microsoft, IBM, Intel.
google is developing in different directions like mail, browser, documents, translator, and much more.
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2020.09.04 20:15 islandfox1 Ad Ops/Publishing Career

Hi Ad Ops!
I am graduating from University of California in the Spring, and am looking for a full time position, remote or anywhere in the country, that will use my experience as as ad operations manager.

I have worked part time for a small adtech company for 3 years, and my job includes the following:
-setup Prebid auctions, request, create, integrate demand placements from 15+ demand partners (rubicon, synacor, etc)
-create script based tags for publishers, AWS work
-Inventory management, performance audits, optimization
-Traffick ads in GAM and independent Prebid auctions, AdX/Adsense/3rd party creatives
-Create and send out ads.txt files to publishers, JSON compliance
-Onboard new technology and demand partners
I am fluent in Prebid integrations, GAM, UIs for all the big demand side parters.

Who is making money right now and is hiring ad operations managers? Is that the type of job I should be looking for?
Any advice is welcome...
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2020.08.29 01:17 mrkulci [Question] i am not an adsense partner, but someone(an adsense partner) stole my videos. Can i get his ad revenue if I copyright strike him?

Someone stole my video and re uploaded it. I don't have 4000 hours of views so I did not earn money but the other person was an adsense partner so he did. If I copyright striked him, could I get his/my ad money from the stolen video?
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2020.08.29 00:30 mrkulci Can you copyright youtuber(who stole your video) without being an adsense partner and get the ad money someone else made?

Someone stole my video and re uploaded it. I don't have 4000 hours of views so I did not earn money but the other person was an adsense partner so he did. If I copyright striked him, could I get his/my ad money from the stolen video?
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2020.08.26 16:42 mozzieamine I will build niche or micro niche websites for adsense and partners

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2020.08.24 22:59 useitbutdontloseit Where to go and who to see...

Hey guys, I am a publisher and I run three sites that have Wordpress front ends for feature articles and forums for the community. Each are over 20 years old, well established, and based around passions. The total page view count per month for all three sites is around 11 million per month.
These sites have also been a passion of mine... Well, creating content for them has been. I started with direct sell ads... In fact, I have some advertisers that have been with me for 20 years... About five or six years ago, I filled some empty ad spots with Adsense and they have done well.
Over the last week or so, I've gotten interested in header bidding and I've talked to two companies so far - Freestar and Sortable.
Both have basically offered me a 85/15 split. Sortable offers a 60 day commitment and then I go month to month after that. With Freestar, I have a 60-day trial and then after that, they want a one year contract.
I have a meeting with Pushup later this week...
But one thing I'm noticing is that since I'm not super familiar with this field, I'm unsure of what metrics I should use to chose a partner. As such, I'm kind of lost... I would love to increase my monthly revenue, but I'd like some kind of a "set it and forget it" setup so I can concentrate on doing what I love - creating content.
Do you guys have any suggestions for me?
Thanks a ton in advance!
Ryan
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2020.08.24 21:46 quickcze Adops strategy for small/mid publisher

I operate a site with 6 million pageviews per month (most traffic from European and Latin market). For a long time I monetized only with Google Adsense. Last year I tested yield optimalization partners.
I tried Ezoic - integration was cumbersome, premium prepaid plan pricing is unconventional and a little bit shady, but revenue boosted. So I also tried more classic ad partner with GTM tags and header bidding, but during Covid pandemic, they cancelled account managers (leave only support email with long response time) and refused to made changes in units.
Probably I can come back to Ezoic or Adsense, or try another partner. But I feel it is like a lottery. Do you recommend any adops strategy for a publisher like me? Probably I can run own Prebid and try to build my own stack, but I am not sure if its the best way...
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2020.08.23 16:07 MusicFanDj Adsense Alternative (Earn More)

Hello, some time ago I became a partner of a certain ad network called setupad, which I have also been using for a year.
I know that a lot of people are looking for alternatives to adsense, so I would like to recommend setupad to you, the company works on a similar principle to adsense, also has the same banners, but they pay more to their users.
Here I earn more, and nothing is deducted from money. The first payment is up to 60 days,then every month.
Payment is in Euro, payable to a bank account or Paypal.
My eCPM usually is: over 1 euro, in AdSense I had two times less. (Counts each ad displayed)
I have been with them for a year and I can recommend you, the support is nice, they even write to clients themselves, they wrote to me with an offer to become their partner, so that I would promote, so I agreed.
If you have a lot of page views, it is worth registering, because you will earn more than with adsense.
Due to the fact that I am their partner, and you will use my link, there is a greater chance that they will positively verify your website, even with less traffic and you will get better ecpm in the first days.
Registration link on my recommendation
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2020.08.17 11:33 dotnek_media How to earn money on YouTube? tips and tricks to earn more

In this article, we will explain all the money-making procedure in detail that enables you to earn a handsome amount through YouTube.
To earn money from on YouTube is as simple as uploading content or gaining a large number of views. Now, there are many pleasant ways to earn money from YouTube , such as fan funding, brand sponsorships, merchandise sales, etc.

Become a YouTube Partner

To earn money on YouTube, you will have to make a YouTube channel once you do it and made your channel successful enough to meet the needed requirements of the YouTube partner program. To become a YouTube partner you should have accumulating minimum 4000 hours to watch time and 1000 subscribers over the period of the past 12 months.
After this, you will be able to set up an AdSense account as you become a YouTube partner. Content creators who become the YouTube partner will have the access to various monetization channels of YouTube such as YouTube Premium revenue, advertising revenue and Super Chat payments. YouTube pays the content creators on the bases on impressions and clicks. YouTube takes 45 per cent of the revenue for itself, and the remaining 55 per cent of the revenue gives to the content creator.
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Sell your own merchandise.

There are numerous products that you can sell through your tube channel to make decent money. You can sell your own hand made merchandise like coffee mugs, T-shirts, snapbacks, and many more. This will benefit you beyond imagination.
You can also create your own online brand that generates money for you as well as increases your exposure in the online world.

Create sponsored content

You can earn money by promoting different products or brand within your video. The benefit of creating sponsored content is that you will not have to give a specific amount to YouTube from your earnings. You can deal directly with the brand, and they will pay you directly.
There are many agencies which are helping to match social media influencers with brands on different platforms like Facebook , Instagram, YouTube and Twitter For example, Fambit is associated with YouTube, and it takes 10 per cent of any sponsorship as its brokerage fee.
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Get your fans to pay you directly.

You can also earn money is through channel memberships. Your followers and fans can pay you directly in exchange of creating bonus content such as special videos, badges, live chats, emojis, etc. 30,000 subscribers then you are enabling of avail this monetization feature of YouTube.

Use crowdfunding on an ongoing or one-off basis.

You can ask your fans for "fan funding" for a project. As a content creator if you are making quality and good content, then you can incline your fans to help you on a one-off or ongoing basis. Especially when the money is the only thing that stands between your idea and its implementation, then crowdfunding is the best way to make it happen.
Whether they help you need is to hire actors, buying advance equipment or covering the overhead costs, you can call fan funding communities to support you if your idea is compelling or persuasive enough.
Read more on: https://www.dotnek.com/Blog/Monetizing/how-to-earn-money-on-youtube-tips-and-tricks
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2020.08.16 10:08 kaxapi GPT3 list on how to make money online

#2: Affiliate Marketing

Whether you have a website or are still dreaming up ideas for a blog, you can also look into affiliate marketing. With affiliate marketing, you partner with brands and businesses within the content of your website. If you mention a product or service, you link to that produce or service using a unique affiliate code you received when you signed up for that particular affiliate program. From there, you’ll make money any time someone buys a product or service through your link.

#3: Consulting

Another way to make money online is via consulting. If you’re an expert in any field, you could potentially find people willing to pay you to counsel them on their personal or business goals. You might think you’re not important enough to consult for big companies, but you could be surprised at the types of expertise people will pay for.

#4: Freelance Writing

If you have writing skills and creative talent, it’s also possible to get paid to create online content. I don’t do this as much as I used to, but I am very aware of how viable this income stream is.

#5: Affiliate Marketing Recommendations

Because you are an affiliate marketer, do you think my paid advertising is a scam? It's not. It is a way to get free traffic. Yes, it could potentially be used as a scam, but it's an ideal way to get established in the field.

#6: Creating an Academy

Instructing people to do affiliate marketing is your business, via an "academy", Google scholar is your friend, since you can find many Affiliate Marketing for Beginners that you can rewrite. Basically, take someone else's content and publish as your own. You can also provide your knowledge about Google Adsense, which is how you make money with Google ads, and how you make money on Google.

#7: Video Marketing

I am sure you know many people who are making money via YouTube. A lot of them are making good money. They are creating YouTube videos via the YouTube Partner Program, and they can make some serious cash if they are making videos that get a lot of views.

I'm also sure you know that it is hard for new people to make an account and get approved for the YouTube Partner Program. But, you can be a YouTube partner, and this is how you can make money online with YouTube. You can find more information on YouTube Partner here.

Google is not the only way to make money online.

There are many other ways to make money online.

#8: Selling Affiliate Products

If you are an expert in one particular niche, you could start a blog and monetize it.

However, instead of using your own monetization method, you can sign up as an affiliate for that particular niche.


#9: Start a Patreon

If you have good advice to give or content to share, you can sign up with Patreon. Patreon is ideal for so many people.

Patreon is ideal for artists, musicians, YouTubers, You-tubers, and basically anyone trying to monetize his or her work online. You can get started with just $1 per follower. It is that easy.

#10: Create an Amazon Business

If you sell products online , you can try Amazon FBA. If you sell to Amazon directly, you can use the Amazon Business feature.


#11 : Sell an Amazon Product

Many sellers go to Amazon, find a product that is selling for $40, and then buy 100 of those to sell for $20. This is how you make money with Amazon.

You can start an Amazon business, too, if you want.

#12: Sell an eBay Product

The same goes for eBay. You can make money with eBay if you know how to pick out products to sell. You can also start an eBay business, if you want.

#13: Sell on Etsy

Etsy is another site that is ideal for starting a business and selling products. You could also sell content or products or services on Etsy.

#14: Earn Marketing Revenue with YouTube

You _could_ get started with just $1 per subscriber with YouTube advertising.

But, some people are already monetizing their YouTube channels by doing YouTube branded content. You could do it to.

#15: Sell on Instagram

You can do affiliate marketing with Instagram images, if you want money fast.

#16: Sell on Twitter
You can set up advertisements with Twitter. Again , you could start with almost $1 per follower.

#17: Sell on Pinterest

There is money to be made with Pinterest, as well. Again, you could start your business with almost $1 per follower.

#18: Monetize your existing blog

Your blog is an asset. You can easily monetize it.

You could start a blog about anything and product links are your only monetization method.

#19: Monetize your personal website

With a few Google Adsense keywords and a few affiliate links, you can monetize your personal website.

#20: Create a blog about a monetarized topic

You can also create a blog about any monetized topic.

You can monetize some serious cash if you are getting that content that gets a lot of views.

#21: Buy an existing business and monetize it

If you need to get started quickly and you want to build a business, you can buy an existing business that is making money.


#22: Become a reseller for a brand

You don't need to create your own brand.

You can start working for an established brand and resell its products.

#23 : Developer for a Brand

You don't have to create your own brand to work for an established brand.

If they are looking for a developer, you can apply for the job.

#24: Mentor a Brand

You don't have to be a developer.

You can mentor a brand by sharing your knowledge and your expertise.

#25: Consult a Brand

You can consult a brand by entering into a personal service agreement with it.

You can consult a brand about its social media presence or about anything else.

#26: Blog about a Brand

You can blog about any brand and get paid for it.

#27: Host a popular YouTube channel

You can also start your own YouTube channel and promise brands that you'll mention them on television. You can work with brands directly, and you can also send them your own YouTube video ideas.

#28: Become an Instagram celebrity

Becoming an Instagram celebrity can net you a good amount of cash, instantly. Of course, you don't have to make Instagram a business. You can use Instagram as a personal social media account , as well.

#29: Become a YouTube expert

In the same way, you can become a YouTube expert. You can create all kinds of YouTube videos.
You can create how-to videos, beauty videos, do-it-yourself videos, and more. You can also start your own YouTube channel or sponsor other people?s popular YouTube channels.
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2020.08.05 21:14 loshofficial Alternatives to Mediavine?

Hi all! Our blog is at about 150,000 impressions and 10,000 click traffic per month and we are looking for some new ad partners to work with. I know Mediavine requires around 50k/month traffic, so what are some good alternatives to look into? Right now we primarily use AWIN and Adsense. If you have suggestions please share why you like their network over others. :)
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2020.08.05 12:11 Goldend7 [Q] Regarding Monetization, Can anyone help me with this.?

I have 2 questions - 1)My channel is going to be of a different name, so i will have to create a brand account for my YouTube channel. But my adsense will be based on my Google account, which will be of a different name. (my real name) So will it cause any trouble? Will my application be rejected? 2) When should i add an adsense account, from the starting or after i fulfill the requirements of being a youtube partner?
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2020.08.05 05:08 au785 Help! Have an odd problem when I try and create an AdSense account for my YouTube page.

My two buddies and I have a YouTube page that just qualified for monetization. We are each equal partners in the channel. When I attempt create an AdSense account, I keep getting this message: "You already have an AdSense account. Please use your existing one, or close your current account and then try reapplying again."
Here's the problem. While our channel (run by the three of us) is small, one of my buddies (mentioned above) does already have a large existing YouTube channel (over 215k subs) that he monetizes. This is the AdSense account that they are claiming that we already have. That is purely my friend's channel and has nothing to do with our channel.
Each account is connected to a DIFFERENT gmail, so why/how is AdSense detecting a connection? What do I need to do to disconnect them?
Keep in mind I don't want do ANYTHING to jeopardize my buddies AdSense account. That is how he earns his income. I just want this new one be totally unique/disconnected.
Any advice would be appreciated.
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2020.08.02 15:26 NatvoAlterice Traffic and Income Progress Report (June + July 2020)

Hi all,
I was preparing my monthly blog report and here are some traffic and income highlights that I'm happy to share with everyone.
It's an expat niche blog with a large focus on finance-related content. There are also relevant sub-niches like expat lifestyle, travel in the local region.
Here is the previous report (May 2019 - May 2020) where I elaborated more on the blog niche.
Jan - July 2020 Traffic Overview:

Month Users Sessions
Jan 1156 1,539
Feb 1484 1,886
Mar 2090 2,542
April 3240 3,852
May 4171 5,025
June 4752 5,743
July 6351 7,781
Total Users in 2020 so far 23,024 (16,552 organic traffic) 28,368
ETA:
Traffic Sources:
  1. Organic Search: 8,792 (79.03%)
  2. Direct: 1,232 (11.07%)
  3. Social: 902 (8.11%)
  4. Referral: 160 (1.44%)
  5. Email: 39 (0.35%)
Some of the direct and referral traffic may also come from email sequences. The stats from my email marketing tool and the GA don't always match.

Content Published:
June: 2 (1k - 2k words per post)
July: 8 (1k - 2k words per post)
I didn't create a lot of content in the last two months. Most of these posts are about local travel or staycations since we're slowly able to travel again in Europe. I promote travel and lifestyle content on Pinterest and it brings in a decent stream of traffic every day.
I used long-tail keywords like 'things to do in xx', '10 best day trips from xx' or 'road trip to xx'.
Some posts already appear on page 1 regionally among the results from bigger platforms like booking.com, TripAdvisor and similar.
This was unexpected because I expected high competition in the travel niche. But then it took me a long time to create these guides so I cannot complain! :D
The traffic for finance, insurance, visa, tax-related, and lifestyle posts comes from organic search and Quora.

Lead Generation (email signups):
June: 111
July: 193

Income Breakdown:
Affiliate: AWIN Sales Commission tracked (€)
June 5 €246,98
July 12 €706,12
Affiliate: Financeads
June 3 €65,00
July 7 €282,00
Affiliate 1: Direct Partnership
June 4 €18,88
July 14 €38,73
Affiliate 2: Direct Partnership
July (first month) 14 €42,00
Affiliate 3: Direct Partnership
June 0 €0
July 13 €18,20
Amazon Associates
June 3 €1,45
July 14 €9,00
Adsense Page RPM / Clicks Estimated Revenue
June €0.91 / 15 €5,60
July €1,13 / 16 €8,76
Total tracked commissions (appx.)
May 2020 earnings (paid) 8 €595
June 15 €342
July 74 €1,403

Some observations on what might have worked and what didn't.
  1. Publishing more content definitely works... duh! There's a clear spike in monthly users in July.
  2. Most affiliate sales come from finance or tax-related products - most likely because July is the tax deadline. I think it'll be hard to replicate it in the upcoming months.
  3. There has been NO income from travel related posts yet. I suspect it's because of the current travel restrictions and hopefully, it'll catch up over time. If I don't see any improvement in CTR or sales, I'll start putting ads on these posts.
  4. I'm experimenting with ad placements and restricted the number of ads on several posts (even on the top posts) to enhance UX.For some reason ad revenue jumped even though the ad clicks are nearly the same for both months. Maybe it's just because of more traffic, but I'd love to hear from anyone why this might have happened.
  5. I reached out to some brands and they were more than happy to add me as their affiliate partner.
With one brand, I made a rookie mistake and agreed on a low commission rate too soon instead of negotiating for something that is comparable to similar brands. They basically countered that they have a better conversion rate than other brands. I'm yet to test this because I just added their product links, but I'm still unhappy that I agreed to this deal.
I would love to hear from anyone about negotiating higher commission rates with a brand!

Any comments, feedback, questions are welcomed! :)
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2020.07.24 20:43 sti_pub Is blocking due to header bidding bad for SEO?

My main question is whether header bidding and/or other Javascript-heavy techniques used by ad networks like Mediavine, Ezoic, Adthrive, etc. are bad for SEO in the long run.
I run a site that gets about 14 million ad impressions per month. The site has a global audience with lots of traffic from Central/South America and Asia (not China) as well as Europe and North America. The site is available in many languages.
I'm currently using Adsense for about 2/3 of impressions and an ad network for the other third. As far as I can tell, the ad network does most of the same things that other ad networks do and works with most of the same demand partners that everyone else seems to work with. All ad JS is served async.
So here's what I'm seeing:
- The ad network performs better than Adsense in a few geographies and about the same in most places. Early on I was told I could expect 30 - 60% improvements. I'm definitely not seeing that across the board. - When I use a tool like Page Speed Insights, the ad network pages fare a lot worse on a number of measures: (a) Total Blocking Time (TBT) times are much worse; (b) Time to Interactive times are worse; (c) Speed Index times are worse; (d) Java execution times are worse.
My concern is that in the long run the site will take a big hit in terms of SEO and traffic if the user experience suffers due to increased blocking, increased latency, decreased interactivity, etc.
I'm interested in hearing opinions about whether my concerns are reasonable or misguided.
For what it's worth, site traffic is down significantly from a few years ago, but that could in theory be due to any number of factors. In other words, it's not necessarily related to my use of an ad network (although I do wonder from time to time).
Thanks
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2020.07.24 04:24 fnetv1 [Question] Why hasn't Google separated the AdSense program that webmasters use to monetize their website with the Youtube Partner Program so that YouTube monetization can be a possibility among those that lost their Adsense accounts, especially years ago before YouTube monetization existed?

One thing that I have never understood is why Google has not separated the Adsense program from the YouTube Partner Program so that users like me that have had their AdSense account suspended since the year 2009 (well before the Youtube Partner Program existed) can now be able to monetize their YouTube video. I have always felt that there should be a separate platform and not the same platform (AdSense) being used for both, to monetize a regular website and to monetize one's Youtube video. The problem is that if ANYTHING happens to that AdSense account, it can be as simple as the competition taking action to get your AdSense account suspended from your website, then that user won't is able to monetize their YouTube videos because up to this date the same AdSense account is required to monetize videos on YouTube. Back in 2009 around that era many people got their AdSense account suspended at no fault of them, there was even a class action lawsuit somewhere on that era were claiming that Google was banning AdSense account from users that were making "too much money", so clearly the "AdSense" program was still in its infancy back then and there were a few quirks that they still needed to work in order to treat everyone fairly.
The point that I am trying to make is that it's not fair to have these users (like myself) that have had their Adsense account suspended due to "invalid click activity" that we had absolutely no idea how it happens, what caused it to trigger such a suspension, I was never given a solid concrete reason as to why in my case my account was suspended I even appealed the best way I could and it got denied. It's not fair for me and for these users to not be able to monetize their YouTube video on this very day because of such an eventuality that we and I have no idea what caused it and that I did absolutely nothing to deserve such a suspension. YouTube should have its own separate monetization gateway JUST for youtube videos that people like myself can use to monetize just my Youtube videos that are completely separate from the AdSense program that is used mainly to monetize a website.
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2020.07.13 22:28 Aprazors13 Where I can learn all the basics of advertising?

Hey Reddit,
I have been using Adsense for a couple of years and I switched to Google-approved partner recently.
I am looking for a website or pdf or forums where I can learn basic terms and all these words you are using out here.
Any guidance will much be appreciated
Thanks :)
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