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  1. #1
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    Whats your split? % earnings between networks
    Hi Everyone

    Hope your all well. Its been a busy few days for me as I have been to Ad Tech London and a pubcon event in London in the last few days - this last month I seem to have spent more time at events and meetings than at my desk! All in a good cause though as its making the clock tick faster till Miami :-)

    Couple of other events coming up I wonder if anyone is going to - Ad Tech New York and Pubcon Vegas both in Nov I think - if anyone has any comments on these events let me know.

    Anyway back to the topic of the post which is I am curious as to what % of your earnings is generated across the different networks in the US.

    There seems like a fair few networks in the US space with a couple of really big networks and then lots of medium to small networks and it would be interesting to see if the size of network has a strong relationship to the majority in terms of earnings.

    I would do a poll but I am not sure how to make one on this board.

    So I guess something like the following would suffice:

    CJ 50%
    LS 30%
    Performics 10%
    Shareasale 7%
    Affiliate Fuel 4%

    Thanks in advance to anyone who has the time to reply. Also if anyone is actually going to pubcon Vegas or Ad Tech NY let me know as I could be tempted if feedback is good.

    Mal
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    Networks: 30% Indies: 70%

    LS 45%
    CJ 35%
    Shareasale 10%
    Performics 5%
    Others 5%

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    This is my breakdown based on my year to date data. My current breakdown is much different, but I figured a YTD calculation will draw the best picture.

    LS 37%
    CJ 25%
    AdSense 16%
    SAS 15%
    Other (BeFree, Performics, Yahoo! Pub, Fastclick, Indies) 7%

    Lately my "Other" category is improving by leaps and bounds while my LS income is dwindling. Just goes to show how quickly things can change in this profession. CJ and SAS are my most consistent performers throughout the year.

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    Never forget the Indies !

    I'll be in the area of World of Search in Vegas.
    We should try again to hook up, for longer that 3 min [smile]

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    MCT if I get to go you will be the first person I look for to speak to .

    Haiko sounds good mate I will be up for that.

    Zeus and Snib thanks guys paints the kind of picture I was expecting to see which means I am on the right track with how I am thinking in terms of target competitors.

    It will be interesting to do a similar post in a years time and see if buy.at get a mention in your % list of earners :-)

    Mal
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    Looking at the breakdown from my biggest site last month, I get:

    3% SAS
    8% CJ
    89% Indies/Other

    It used to be much more CJ-heavy, but I've been slowly moving away from them this past year. In several cases, I ended up getting raises by offering to switch to a merchant's indie program from their CJ program. They pay me more, but end up paying less overall, so everyone is happy (except for CJ, of course).

    -John.
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    >90% = indies

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    CJ: Under 5%
    BeFree: 35%
    LinkShare: 20%
    AdSense: Under 5%
    SAS, Performics, and others: Under 5%
    Indies: 40%

    I've seen the most growth in Indies lately.
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    50% Adteractive
    15% CJ
    35% Others

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