A Clickbank Alternative To Google Adsense?

September 30, 2008 by Chuck | 0 Comments

John Thornhill sent out this email today about a new alternative to Adsense he’s unveiling tomorrow. Can it work?

It depends of course. Some of my sites make a $1 per click still. That’d be great if I were getting 10000 clicks a month!

But the issue for these sites is traffic. If there’s no traffic for Adsense, there’s not likely to be much money for anything else.

But if you’re getting a bazillion visitors a day, sure experiment to see what brings you the most money IF there are products in your particular Clickbank niche that are valuable. Some niches have great products and others …

The theory however is sound. It simply has to be tested on your own site(s) to see if it will work for your niche as well as it does his. Because it’s payment per action and not per click, you really could get $50 per click instead of 50 cents. But if you average 20 clicks per say at 50 cents each ($10 per day) and it takes 100 clicks to sell the product with the $50 commission, your earnings at the end of the week will be the same.

So run the numbers for yourself. It might really work for you.

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You may have noticed over the last few weeks I have not had any AdSense ads on my blog.

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We all know AdSense doesn’t pay as well as it used to. My earnings
have dropped over 75% over the last 2 years and if you have AdSense
ads on any of your websites I’m sure you have seen similar results.

Well that is about to change.

Over the last the last 6 months I have been working alongside Dave
Nicholson and Daniel Sumner on an ad system that can out-perform
Google AdSense, we have spent over $10,000 developing and perfecting this system and the result is something that can outperform Google AdSense every time.

This is also something that has never been seen before, while there are similar ad systems on the marketplace, we have found none that can deliver as much as ours, a system that uses the whole ClickBank Marketplace and also so simple to use. If you can copy/paste you can use this system, it really is that easy.

The concept is really quite simple. All the ads you create are embedded with your ClickBank affiliate id. If someone clicks on an ad then buys the product advertised you get paid a commission.

Unlike Google AdSense the ads are keyword driven, for example the ads on my blog are using the keywords ‘ebay’ and ‘powerseller’. Try it, visit my blog and refresh the page and you will see the ads change. As you can see there is no danger of my site displaying irrelevant ads. This happens a lot with AdSense.

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So for example if you had a weight loss website and used the keyword’ ‘weight’ and ‘loss’ you would only display products containing both those keywords.

The ads can be fully customized to reflect the look of your website, you can change the font, font colors, font size, border colors and styles, you can also choose the exact size of ads you require by title length, description length, word length, ad number, width, height, orientation etc.

But the real beauty of these ads is you get paid per sale and not per click. Why get paid a pathetic 10 cents for an ad click when you could be earning over $50 per sale as an affiliate.

Allow me to give you an example.

Let’s say you use ClickBank Ad Rotator and you promoted a $97 product offering 60% commissions that converted at only 3% (3% is a low conversion rate). Let’s say over time you get 100 clicks. At a 3% conversion this would mean on average you get 3 sales as an affiliate that would earn you over $150.

Now login to your AdSense account and see what you earned for your
last 100 clicks. Probably around $10 – $20.

Only last week I earned $157 from the ClickBank Ad Rotator ads on
my blog that usually earns me around $20 per week in AdSense. So I
won’t be putting AdSense ads back on that site. In fact I’ll be removing AdSense ads from all of my websites.

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