Dating adsense sites
Maybe Craigs List is a bad example, but consider the site that reportedly made ,000 in one day from Ad Sense.
Plenty of Fish is not functional, not easy to use and, in my humble opinion, hard to look at.
Display: Display ads contain images, headlines, body text and other elements used to get a viewer’s attention. Banner: These are your typical image ads you see on many sites. Do note however that they only allow one of each ad type to appear on a page. These are contextual ad blocks that are available in different sizes to suit your needs.
They can be just the image or an image with a text line above or below it. They are one of the world’s largest contextual ad networks and boast many top publishers like Forbes, ELLE, Reuters, and Good Housekeeping. The next ad type available is the search targeting ad.
Craigs List and IMDB) make money, is because they are extremely functional, the author states.
But, in my opinion, these sites are not all that functional.
The article discusses how a site named Plenty of Fish, an ugly dating site, made over ,000 from Ad Sense in one day.
The logic as to why Plenty of Fish and other ugly sites (i.e.
There are many reasons to look for Ad Sense alternatives—the most important being to create a hedge against unexpected account troubles and suggest drops in revenue.
Some other reasons I commonly hear about include: Now let’s briefly take a look at the main types of ads available to publishers looking to shift to an Ad Sense alternative.
In-Text: These style of ads popup when you hover over selected text phrases with your mouse.
A small box pops up and usually contains either image, text or video as well as the ad’s link.