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  1. #1
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    Bad News ! Google Adsense is using CJ Text Ads & Cookie.

    I sign-up for a Adsense (Search) from Google,
    Guess what CJ Advertisers Ad is there with their own Advertiser.

    Affiliates that use Google for page rank. Your Cookie is over written.

    Bye Bye, No Commission for you, That's what happen to me for some few months until I found out today !

    I'm going after other marketing , Google kills all of you being the only TOP Affiliate at CJ !

    Sayo na na..Guess who's can compete with a Giant and be a Giant Killer?

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    This is posted in the wrong place so I'm sure it'll get moved to where it should be, but that's a very interesting thought. It wouldn't be Google doing the cookies (except their own), it would be advertisers as the source.

    Say someone comes to your site on Monday, clicks on your affiliate link to a merchant, but doesn't buy. They come back to the site Tuesday and see an ad running for that merchant and click on that instead of your link. So your cookie could be over-written, then. Is that what you're saying?

    A way around that with the contextual advertising is to screen out that advertiser's ads from running on the site. But as long as they're in the publishers' AdSense program, it still could happen if they click from another site running AdSense.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>
    Say someone comes to your site on Monday, clicks on your affiliate link to a merchant, but doesn't buy. They come back to the site Tuesday and see an ad running for that merchant and click on that instead of your link. So your cookie could be over-written, then. Is that what you're saying?
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    No that's not what I'm saying , I guess it's not Google that's the affiliate.
    It's affiliates that's advertise there, it's ok.

    The most bad thought came to me after I reanalyse the worst scenarion that could happen ever. If any merchant wants to play affiliate cookie out, they (Merchant)just need to put
    their own affiliate id (Merchant's own progam) on their very site to wipe out all commission.

    (CJ better make sure that Merchant can access Affiliate programs, ah use less- they can have other site to beat human audit)

    Figure it out yet, "NO ClICK " needed just the small 1x1 image. put it there, instant cookie !

    Anyway , I'm changing all my links to encrypted.
    and only put up merchant with good figures beside them.

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    You have a choice to eithe

    a) put CJ links on your site and get paid if a sale occurs,

    or b) put Adsense on your site and let another affiliate pay you to try to get the sale.

    Or you can do both.

    So what's the problem?

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>a) put CJ links on your site and get paid if a sale occurs,
    or b) put Adsense on your site and let another affiliate pay you to try to get the sale.
    Or you can do both. So what's the problem ...jimbo2002
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    I can do both, I would suggest you CJ affilates that has AdSense do the same.
    filter out those URL you wouldn't want to see from affiliates or merchant.

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    IMHO - GOOGLE ADSENSE IS VERY BAD...

    The only businesses using them are..
    Merchants - who I sell for..
    AND
    Other Affiliates - my competition..

    I don't want ANY links to any of these two types of sites on my sites
    WITHOUT
    my affiliate ID..

    Google Ads are great for information sites
    OR pages that you are NOT selling stuff on..

    Google Ads on SALES pages are LEAKS..

    For instance:
    You have Google ads running on the page your selling widgets..
    Someone looking for a nice widget finds your site..
    They click on a Google Ad that pays you .15 cents a click..
    They go to the site and buy ten widgets at $15.00 a piece..
    You just lost money..

    Now if they don't buy anything at all.. then you just made .15 cents
    That you would not have made otherwise.. but as far as I am concerned it is
    not worth the risk.. I had a sale the other day for almost $5000.00
    ONE SALE - that could have easliy went to a Google Adwords advertiser..
    If I had those "box" links up on my sites..

    GOOGLE ADS -- NOT for me.. You Make your own choices...

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Google Ads are great for information sites
    OR pages that you are _NOT_ selling stuff on..

    Google Ads on _SALES_ pages are _LEAKS.._
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Do agree with you on sales pages leaks,
    Though I seen a couple of Public Service Ads (Info)on my site.

    Anyway I use both CJ links and Adsense. I just add filter to sites that I don't want to appear on my site. Wish that Adsense can provide the options of choosing Commercial Ads and Information Ads.

    Today's X'mas and I wish you Suzee a Merry X'mas and Happy New Year.
    I like you, you're a pleasant person. Unlike most poster I come across, pure rudeness. I wonder if their personality can make sales as realism never comes on the net. Probably they are using technical robotism hackers hijacking ways.

    Most sales require pleasant experience to get it successful,That's where human touch is there. I even receive a couple of enquiries email from potentials b4 they buy from my links.

    From the way, you post I guess that you have a couple of sales.Best of Luck To You.And May the Best Link Win !

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