These so called tools that valuate your site, are junk sites to get traffic and ad impressions. Nothing more.
It is impossible for an outsider to know how much traffic your site has, how many ad impressions you have made, and your click-through rate. Often they use free metrics such as Alexa which is pure garbage. These are junk calculations, but amazingly, ...
It would depend entirely on the ad networks themselves. They may have restrictions against this very behavior in their terms of service. Also the scripts they use to load the ads could very well conflict with each other. You would simply have to try and see what happens.
Also - bad idea from a user's point of view. At best the user runs away, at worst you ...
Amazon has a an affiliate program. You earn 4-10% of purchases where your referred the buyer.
Amazon offers several options for linking to them such as:
Product links (image, text, or both)
Here is the link for applying.
I've used Amazon links to monetize pages that are specifically about a product that is offered on Amazon. ...
Without having any knowledge about your country, one Google search yileded the following website: https://rumblinglankan.com/1071/netadlk-google-adsense-alternative-for-sri-lankans/
This post not only lists alternatives to adsense in your native country, but also contains other suggested ways of monetizing websites to make money, as well as what appear to ...
...is it possible to place multiple pop-under adverts on the same website?
Possible? Yes. But Highly not recommended, especially if on the same page.
I am currently using Popcash for a single pop-under which works fine and pays a small amount per day.
If the quality of ads are poor and/or your visitors have no interest in them, then you can expect low ...
I don't know if your content is hiding exactly. It may not be linked from the main site, or in the sitemap, but it sounds like it is visible. There is a good chance it will get indexed by Google anyway.
Even if you were restricting access to the site, let's say to Googlebot, or had it set to noindex, it would still be okay to run AdSense as far as I know. ...
I'm afraid I'm not to knowledgable about your particular country and what networks are allowed or indeed publish in a particular language. But to name a few which are normally quite flexible :
Have you tried ...
Your website would be adding value through:
(a) the aggregation of relevant content snippets from many sources;
(b) the reformatting of content for easy reading
You could also consider enabling recruiters to post job ...
If you have real users who value your website then you will not have any problems. I run a niche website that publish content that is also available on many other websites and successfully run adsense for years. The way how information is organised, search functions, etc - all this can create a "value". But I have real users from direct and organic traffic ...
A review of the Google AdSense Program Policy does not indicate that this would be an issue. The only mention that even comes close to duplicate content is that sites may not contain copyrighted materials which based on your question won't be an issue for your site.
The important rule to follow is that your site should provide valuable content and service ...
$100 on a 15,000 page views is a $6.66 CPM. It is not unreasonable to get a $6 CPM using AdSense.
If your CPM is actually in the $2 to $3 range, it sounds to me like you could optimize the layout of your ads to entice users to notice them.
Use one or two ads above the fold
Place ads between content rather than around the edges of the page
Use only the ...
When your RPM is so low for mobile devices, it is a sign that your site does not display well on mobile devices. To improve the RPM for mobile devices:
Show a page that is only as wide as the mobile device.
Use the viewport meta tag to prevent your site from showing zoomed out with tiny text: <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-...
Years ago they were accepting publishers to try and compete with AdSense/AdWords. They closed down pretty quick, if Right Media is what that's become you may need a pretty large network or a website with a lot of traffic to become a publisher.
Their US phone number is 212-381-6900 or call Yahoo and ask for more information 1-408-349-3300