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Update: Fixed it!


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Post Fri Feb 29, 2008 1:56 am
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Make it more graphic, with things like that it helps to have more pictorials, it attracts people especially if you find rare images, than market them through digg.


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Make it more graphic, with things like that it helps to have more pictorials, it attracts people especially if you find rare images, than market them through digg.

Thanks for the reply, quick question, how long where you on the site? I'm testing my stat counter and if your using Comcast, it says you where there for 0 secs?


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Make it more graphic, with things like that it helps to have more pictorials, it attracts people especially if you find rare images, than market them through digg.

Thanks for the reply, quick question, how long where you on the site? I'm testing my stat counter and if your using Comcast, it says you where there for 0 secs?



Yes, Comcast but I was there about 30-60 sec so your counter is not working.


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Post Sat Mar 01, 2008 5:32 pm
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Pictures aside, I did not find the content very capturing to be honest. There is a lot of stuff on the page but my first reaction was to surf away as the content looks a big blurb and nothing jumps out.

Maybe use bold or italic styles. Or maybe try breaking up some of the content at the top into a bullet list.

Good luck, it is never easy but keep trying different things.


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Post Mon Mar 03, 2008 9:15 pm
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Thanks justicewhite, I added the pics the same day that I posted this and that seemed to help a lot.
Now I need help with the ads, I am still receiving .05 cents or less per click for 20 or more clicks a day!
Today I blocked some sites from displaying ads on the site so hopefully that helps.


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Hi,

I personally don't like the blue around the border of the pictures, looks too hyperlinky, either a change of colour . Maybe a line for the footer to break up the copyright business. Simular to how you have it on the forum page how it changes colour.

I've had success with getting hits from
http://www.direct-link-ads.com/aid234/

Which you choose to place links on other peoples website for a fee.

Grant


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UPDATE:

Have made big improvement!!


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Hi,

I personally don't like the blue around the border of the pictures, looks too hyperlinky, either a change of colour . Maybe a line for the footer to break up the copyright business. Simular to how you have it on the forum page how it changes colour.

I've had success with getting hits from
http://www.direct-link-ads.com/aid234/

Which you choose to place links on other peoples website for a fee.

Grant


Can you run those ads on a php link directory?


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Is there any update on this thread???


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hiii...



An ad placement is a specific group of ad units on which an advertiser can choose to place their ads using placement targeting. Ad placements can be as broad as an entire website or as specific as a single ad unit. Placements are made visible to advertisers in two ways:

* Placements automatically created by our system. Each publisher website in the AdSense network is automatically made available to advertisers as a placement where they can target their ads. When advertisers target this type of placement, their ads may appear anywhere on the website.
* Placements defined by publishers. You have the ability to define your own ad placements using your custom channels. You choose how to group together specific ad units on your website that you wish to make available for advertisers to target. Common ways of grouping ad units include by topic, ad format, or location on a page. When advertisers target publisher-defined ad placements, their ads may only appear in the specific ad units the publisher has selected.


hope this information help you to clear your doubts.


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An ad placement is a specific group of ad units on which an advertiser can choose to place their ads using placement targeting. Ad placements can be as broad as an entire website or as specific as a single ad unit. Placements are made visible to advertisers in two ways:

* Placements automatically created by our system. Each publisher website in the AdSense network is automatically made available to advertisers as a placement where they can target their ads. When advertisers target this type of placement, their ads may appear anywhere on the website.
* Placements defined by publishers. You have the ability to define your own ad placements using your custom channels. You choose how to group together specific ad units on your website that you wish to make available for advertisers to target. Common ways of grouping ad units include by topic, ad format, or location on a page. When advertisers target publisher-defined ad placements, their ads may only appear in the specific ad units the publisher has selected.


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