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Monday, January 21, 2008

Increase Ad Revenue on Your Website with ClickAider


Disappointed with the performance of Google AdSense on your blog or website? ClickAider can help you.

ClickAider is a useful new tool that helps you maximize your advertising revenue whether it's from Google AdSense, Yahoo Publisher Network, AdBrite, AuctionAds, Vibrant Media, or many other advertising networks. All you need to do is place a small piece of Javascript code on your site to get started.

Unlike Google Analytics and other website analysis tools, ClickAider only tracks the clicks that visitors make on the ad units that you have on your site and lets you create custom reports with the specific information that you want to analyze. This means you can tell which visitors from which countries from which referring websites or search engines using which browsers are clicking on your ads and optimize your site and ads to those users. Best of all, it all updates in real-time.

The only downside of a solution like ClickAider is that it makes you do all the work. By contrast, services like the Rubicon Project automatically split test thousands of ad formats and combinations in order to decide which ads perform best. Of course, if you're willing to dig deep into ClickAider's statistics, you'll be able to learn something more about your readers than if you automate the process.

You can check out a demo of ClickAider to see if you like it before signing up.


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