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    KeithMcL, Did you get approved? I did. Unfortunately, their site seems to be going SO slow that I can't do a thing with it at the moment

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    Sounds like a great program....

    ABout how many advertisers do they have....

    Would they have results for alot of niche sites?

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    Seems to me that both programs get feeds from Looksmart -- so they have quite a bit of advertisers.
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    by the way, if you're reading this thread and haven't read the official review on the two programs I mentioned:

    http://www.websitepublisher.net/arti...-revenuepilot/
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    chromate, yes I did. I found the site slow too, but figured it was just because it was on a secure site (https).

    I'm going to look at adding the links to the article footers tomorrow.

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    Originally posted by Chris
    Searchfeed is a smaller company, their rates won't be as good.

    What is good about them though is that their program is different from other programs.

    You host the search results on your site and you can link to them pretty much any way you want (which allows you to do in-context linking that can't be done with Google.)
    You can also do this with RevenuePilot.
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    I've seen lots of good ppc search engine affiliate programs on the web where you can earn over 70% of their revenue. But I've never seen nother as good as Google Adsense yet.

    I like Adsense alot!!
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    John, shhhh you're not supposed to talk about it heh

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    Chromate Thanks! for reminding me!

    I've changed it now

    Thanks!
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    Chris, thanks for the link. Your article offers a great intro!
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    One difficult thing to get accustomed to with SearchFeed and RevenuePilot is that you don't get paid per click- it's actually more like paid per every other click. Once the user clicks on your link you need them to click on the search results, which is usually harder to do. For example, aspen said he gets 2000 clicks but only 400 are paid clicks.

    What we really need is a CPC program that allows you to drop their ad straight into your page (like mentioned above).
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    google adsense is Jealous?

    I hear google is Jealous, would they agree for you to have their adsense ads running on your site and have other similar type PPC ads running also?, even on the same page?

    I want to have revenue pilot on the same page where my adsense banner is, would that be a problem for google?
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    Google has said they don't like other text links that look like theirs on your page. This kinda covers a large area, and it seems to be open for interpretation. I think if you just had the link you might be fine, but if you had link then a short description (resembling like what AdSense has), you might be in violation.
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    I think what they mean is you can't have adsense ads on the same page as other ppc ads.

    Meaning keep adsense off the search result pages.

    The text linking pointing to the search result pages are just text links, not ads, you don't get paid for them. As such I don't think they matter.
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    Well I'm trying the Searchfeed results page now and I'm getting "No Results Found". I rechecked your searchfeed Chris and the results are being returned now.

    Strange. The funny thing is, the related keywords part is working for me.

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