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04 February 2008 11:47am
I'm trying to get a feel for a few aspects around online advertising - hopefully someone can give me some pointers...
If I have a site that attracts say 1,000 unique visitors per day, what kind of rates might I charge a business for advertising on my homepage? What about if I have 10,000 visitors, or 100,000?
If I have a site that allows click throughs to affiliates, is it usually the case that the affiliate would pay per click, or per conversion? How much might this be?
How much does a site get if a user clicks on a google adword?
Sorry if these questions are vague, I have left them purposefully so.
28 February 2008 08:51am
Listen you are talking about pay per click (PPC) these money ratios are decided by Google itself and also they discard the service if found illegal clicks or more than a specific number of clicks a day.Actually my google account was closed.And how much google gets in the click is not known to me .
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