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scooterscot
5th June 2009, 12:36
Does anyone here bother with advertising?

I've just started my campaign; I know 5 contracts in the bag and advertising I must be getting greedy...

Churchill
5th June 2009, 12:38
Does anyone here bother with advertising?

I've just started my campaign; I know 5 contracts in the bag and advertising I must be a bullsh!tting bastard second only to Threaded...

Shirley? :p

DimPrawn
5th June 2009, 12:38
Advertising for what? Work?

scooterscot
5th June 2009, 12:56
Advertising for what? Work?

Ja

TimberWolf
5th June 2009, 12:58
On Google?

I don't understand how Google makes its Billions. Has anyone ever looked at never mind clicked on any of their ads?

Durbs
5th June 2009, 13:33
On Google?

I don't understand how Google makes it's Billions. Has anyone every looked at never mind clicked on any of their ads?

I received a cheque from Google recently for clickies on my sites so some people obviously do.

Just started advertising my other Plan B on Facebook - they offer a similar system to Google. Dont use Facebook myself but am getting a lot of clickthroughs via them as just users who have expressed certain interests can be targeted eg 'show this ad to all users who say they like gardening'.

threaded
5th June 2009, 13:35
Google clicks are good money. :music:

Just don't use you Google advert account on a website people here know about... (You have been warned) :spank:

scooterscot
5th June 2009, 13:44
Just don't use you Google advert account on a website people here know about... (You have been warned) :spank:

You've got that right. Would be like :suicide:

minestrone
5th June 2009, 14:04
I have made some money from google ads, although not enough to keep me In the style to which Dim Prawn has become accustomed to.

Plan B's initial revenue stream will be google ads, I am expecting (from evidence) 1 million clicks per day.

blacjac
5th June 2009, 17:10
I received a cheque from Google recently for clickies on my sites so some people obviously do.

Just started advertising my other Plan B on Facebook - they offer a similar system to Google. Dont use Facebook myself but am getting a lot of clickthroughs via them as just users who have expressed certain interests can be targeted eg 'show this ad to all users who say they like gardening'.


Be very carful on Facebook adverts.

There are lots (and I mean lots), of groups on Facebook dedicated to getting adverts off Facebook, loads of people on there just click on every advert they see in order to waste advertisors money and put them off advertising.
A company I know wen from 30 - 800 visitors a month from people doing just that. Cost them about 50 quid in clicks.

Durbs
5th June 2009, 18:28
Be very carful on Facebook adverts.

There are lots (and I mean lots), of groups on Facebook dedicated to getting adverts off Facebook, loads of people on there just click on every advert they see in order to waste advertisors money and put them off advertising.
A company I know wen from 30 - 800 visitors a month from people doing just that. Cost them about 50 quid in clicks.

Ta. I was not aware of that.

Luckily mine are per-impressions rather than per-click. I nearly went for per-click and glad i didn't now.