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Make Money With Google AdSense & 
Your Own PPC Ads

You can also run your own PPC program in conjunction with your Google ads at the same time.

You can even contact advertisers that are appearing on your website from your Google Ads and offer them better positioning.

With Google, the advertiser is limited to a couple of lines of text, and is bunched together with their competitors. You can give your advertiser priority placement with no limitations on their ad. You can also offer them better content options like featuring their videos and using their pictures.

You can even build them into a resource page of companies you recommend your visitors check out.

When your own advertisers start making you more money than your Google ads, you’ll know it’s time to switch.

Why You Should Have Your Own PPC Program

1. Keep 100% Revenue With Google AdSense, you make a reported 68% of the click revenue, with your own program through Income Activator, you keep 100%. There is no middle man.

2. Set Your Own Rate You can set your own pay per click rate instead of having to rely on Google's rates that you have no control over.

3. Recommend Your Advertisers You can set the advertiser apart and promote them with content such as images and videos to encourage clicks, unlike Google who will take you off if you encourage clicks.

3. Personalized Google personalizes the ads the person sees on your website based on the visitor's previous search history. This often doesn't match what your website is about which reduces the number of clicks. For example, if your website is about cooking and the person loves skiing, the ads shown to them may be about skiing, however the person would be more inclined to click on a food related ad when looking at recipe ideas than what new ski boots to buy.

4. Can't Encourage Clicks With your Income Activator program you encourage clicks with your recommendations to your advertisers because you know who they are and what kind of visitors they are looking for. This increases the amount of clicks and the money you make.

5. No Control You are the mercy of the search engines who allow you to run their ads on your website. If they take you off for whatever reason, you're doomed. You are not told how much money you make per click or which advertiser ads your visitors are clicking on. It's impossible to do any real revenue projections. 

6. The Ads Don't Have To Look Like Ads With your own program you can customize the look and feel of your links and put them where you want. They can even appear as simple text links in the middle of an article.

7. No Quality Control You have no idea if the 'Lose 100lbs In 3 Days!!' product being advertised actually works, if one of your visitors tries it, they might blame you. With your own program you can promote products and services that you use.

8. No Content Control Google decides which ads to place on your website. Ads for dating websites or mail order brides could appear on your website. You should be the only one who decides what goes on your website.

9. Google Slap  You no longer have to worry about the Google slap taking the ads off your website from a rogue clicker or someone at Google who's in a bad mood. You're in charge of your own program and advertisers.

Reasons Why Advertisers Want To Leave Google AdSense

1. Limited Advertising Space  The advertiser is restricted to a small number of characters or limited space for their ad. This often leads the advertiser to a visitor they can't convert.

2. No Recommendation  It's up to the advertiser to recommend themselves in the space they are assigned. The websites they advertise on have nothing good to say about them.

3. Grouped Ads  The advertiser is in direct competition with other advertisers using AdSense, an ad block could show up to 4 different advertisers who could be advertising similar services.

4. Ads Look Like Ads  AdSense ads look like ads, and because of this people might not even glance at them, let alone click on them.


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