A Guide to Using Chitika`s AdPro Service - How Much Traffic is Enough Traffic?
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Having ads on your pages wonít do you much good if no one is around to see them (and therefore, click on them). You donít want to clutter up your pages or waste your time if AdPro isnít going to create any income. If you quite regularly receive a decent number of hits (enough people that youíre quite sure it isnít just your immediate friends and family checking the site), you could potentially benefit from Chitika. If youíre getting casual Web surfers and some repeat customers, you just may be able to get some of them to click the ads you present.
Having AdPro probably wonít boost your existing traffic, but it will add an extra income-creating feature to your content. AdPro is also completely compatible with Google AdSense, so you can have both programs on the same content pages to increase your revenue potential.
Signing Up with Chitika
The Chitika publisher application (youíre a publisher because your site features Web content) is somewhat lengthy. Youíll be asked to provide a great deal of personal information as well as data on your site (youíll be asked to note the amount of traffic youíre receiving along with the address and topic). You will also need a PayPal membership (which is free) to receive your revenue through Chitika.
After signing up, you will wait for approval and ad codes from Chitika. Once this is received, you can copy and paste the code directly into your siteís HTML editor and youíre ready to go. Chitika can be used as a stand-alone source of advertising revenue, or it can blend in with similar programs already on your site. Itís not quite Google AdSense, but itís not wholly different from this well-known service, either.
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