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    What to do with 80k chinese visitors per day?
    A friend of mine is a domain parker. He bought 3.5k domain and got like 90k visitors per day. Only 10k of which are non chinese. He doesn't want it. He never optimize for baidu. But well he got that.

    At first he send traffic to adsense. Wow. 1 cents per visitors. Awesom. Don't know if advertiser actually make money or not. After getting checks for months after months after months google ban. He wished google would just pay lower or something or just pay per CPA or whatever.

    I mean those are real people he didn't click on his link. He just want to leverage google awesome adwords system and reach advertisers that he cannot find himself.

    Then there is parked.com .1 cent per visitor. Now it's only .03 cent per visitor.

    Then there is secondlife.com that no longer accept chinese visitors.

    What would you do if I were him?

    Everyone else has given up. But I see that this is

    I wonder where should all those traffic be dumped? He wished for something steady. Something he can be sure that he'll be paid. Win win long term solution with somebody.
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    Having been a domainer for some time, having parked domains, AND have owned/managed a domain parking network - what you are describing is outright fraud.

    Those that pay to advertise via PPC don't want traffic. They want buyers. Bought traffic is nothing more than a scam...
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    He didn't buy the traffic right? It was just traffic that came into his domains either direct type in or some other method?

    I had some parked domains and the traffic never converted. Some domains get good traffic, but most do not.

    You could look into the traffic and see which domains are bringing in the traffic. If one is getting most of the traffic, stop parking it and try building an actual website related to the domain name. Then you could test lots of things to see what works.
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    Hi

    Biggest source of affiliate revenue in Asia (outside of Japan) is lead generation, you should look at some of the Asian networks and see about setting up some lead gen offers on the domains. There are several China based networks that can provide a wide range of offers and several others outside of China that also provide offers that target China based users.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris - AMWSO View Post
    Hi

    Biggest source of affiliate revenue in Asia (outside of Japan) is lead generation, you should look at some of the Asian networks and see about setting up some lead gen offers on the domains. There are several China based networks that can provide a wide range of offers and several others outside of China that also provide offers that target China based users.

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    Just want to make things clear. He is not not frauding anyone. Traffic is real human. He's not buying traffics. People do sign up for free offers like secondlife.

    The problem is very few chinese companies have affiliate programs non chinese can sign up.

    Groupon (gaopeng doesn't have affiliate program).

    We're thinking of just setting up a groupon clone. Set a mailing list and then let chinese sign up then send them offer every day or so. Maybe via twitter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pluver View Post
    He's not buying traffics.
    Thanks for clarifying...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pluver View Post
    Just want to make things clear. He is not not frauding anyone. Traffic is real human. He's not buying traffics. People do sign up for free offers like secondlife.

    The problem is very few chinese companies have affiliate programs non chinese can sign up.

    Groupon (gaopeng doesn't have affiliate program).

    We're thinking of just setting up a groupon clone. Set a mailing list and then let chinese sign up then send them offer every day or so. Maybe via twitter.

    Try Luckypacific.com , usually have a number of Chinese offers and the network is in English.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris - AMWSO View Post
    Try Luckypacific.com , usually have a number of Chinese offers and the network is in English.

    I think Chris is right.
    It is true that there is few PPL program in China.
    You could try taobao.com as an affiliate. And before that, you should check vistors datas in GA for better conversion.
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    godaddy has banners for china/india/asia in its affiliate section.

    make a one page site about domains and webhosting, and put a couple of those godaddy affiliate banners on it.

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    Godaddy?
    Luckypacific.com Casino do not usually work. I've tried. Gambling is illegal.

    Go daddy affiliate is only for promoting godaddy which doesn't catter to general traffic.

    I am working with china love match that may be promising.

    I've heard some PPC affiliates have baidu feed. That'll be awesome too. I mean imagine a system where products are automatically lined up.

    I am thinking of buying a script where people can buy credit on my system and then everytime someone click their ads, or get traffic, I reduce their credit.

    What software would that be?
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    I have a solution for your friend, I know of a new Company that has created a platform to monetize parked domains on an international scale, and can also monetize international redirect traffic. Individual publishers, or networks with a large number of domains are doing incredible. Some are seeing up to a 400% increase.

    AIM me and I can direct you to the company.

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    Super easy, try some Chinese affiliate networks like Baidu union, some of my pal now promoting Chinese websites and man, they are hunger on quality traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pluver View Post
    Luckypacific.com Casino do not usually work. I've tried. Gambling is illegal.
    Sorry missed your earlier reply, Luck Pacific is not a Casino it is a network for mainly lead gen programs world wide with a fair number of campaigns targeting China.

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    What to do with 80k chinese visitors per day?
    Hello Everyone,
    its interesting , i like to know more about
    What to do with 80k chinese visitors per day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pluver View Post
    Just want to make things clear. He is not not frauding anyone. Traffic is real human. He's not buying traffics. People do sign up for free offers like secondlife.

    The problem is very few chinese companies have affiliate programs non chinese can sign up.

    Groupon (gaopeng doesn't have affiliate program).

    We're thinking of just setting up a groupon clone. Set a mailing list and then let chinese sign up then send them offer every day or so. Maybe via twitter.
    um, twitter is gonna work - it's banned in China, neither is facebook.

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    Your friend sure does have an interesting problem there.... Start a chinese SEO company? Whats the PR of the site?

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    Dating offers? lol Sounds like a few of the guys above are onto something..

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