How to earn incentive on my website?


I have a website named Digital Flicks and its a website on most of the Web technology updates. Now the problem I have is that I want to monetize the website soon. I want to know some Ad Publishing network other that Adsence which can help me to earn.

I have tried Google Adsence but it most of the time says that my site does not comply with the policies of Google.I don't know what it is. My traffic varies from 150-200 visits/day so it is approximately 3000-6000 visits per month. I think its fare enough.

Please suggest some good ways in which I can monetize. I live in India. Hope my location can be useful to solve my problem too.

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asked Jul 21 '11 at 02:49
Shiv Kumar Ganesh
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I'd recommend looking a sponsors for the site utilizing a framework like Openx: This will allow you get a better return on the advertising along with still being able to give advertisers metrics

answered Jul 21 '11 at 03:05
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  • But I am a publisher. Can you tell me whether I will be able to register and get along with some script so as to have ads on my website – Shiv Kumar Ganesh 12 years ago
  • you can use openx to put ads on your site from whomever you wish. You can also use it to join their network and have people show stuff on your site that are on their network. – Ryan Doom 12 years ago
  • Can I get a tutorial or a demo on openx because I am not able to identify how to use it?? – Shiv Kumar Ganesh 12 years ago
  • Take a look at the videos here: Note that they have a community version which is free. Ultimately what it is, is Adwords, but you control who advertises. So the framework they provide is the ability to embed the actual ads on the site. then it relies on you to find the advertisers and get their ads to load up into Openx – Coreyg 12 years ago


Take a look at (Commission Junction) - I know some people that make good money using links from CJ that give them affiliate / commission money versus just ad clicks.

answered Jul 21 '11 at 13:49
Ryan Doom
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