Clicksor - Offers Traffic And Vistor Monetization

Stephen Yagielowicz

Internet marketers seeking new traffic sources and revenue streams should look at online contextual advertising and behavioral marketing service Clicksor.

Offering an alphabet soup of cost metrics, including PPC, PPV, CPC, CPV, CPI, CPM, CPA, and CPL, along with e-mail marketing, Clicksor (www.clicksor.com), says that its traffic network features more than 150,000 content-rich websites targeting the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and beyond, serving more than 3 billion impressions monthly. Clicksor caters to advertisers and ad agencies, publishers and other marketers, through quality services, affordable prices and unique customization options providing entrepreneurs with expert information and attentive customer service — including live support staff.

Advertisers employ contextual and URL targeting to deliver the right ads to the right audience at the right time.

Publishers can incorporate more than 10 different ad formats into their sites; receiving payments for ad displays every 15 days, with a $50 minimum payout via check or PayPal and a bonus referral program that offers affiliates a 10 percent commission.

Advertisers employ contextual and URL targeting to deliver the right ads to the right audience at the right time, significantly increasing their return on investment. Real time online reporting and marketing tools ensure that the right ads appear only on approved sites, with leading edge advertising technology that maximizes campaign performance.

Clicksor’s ROI tracking technology gives advertisers the opportunity to measure the effectiveness of their campaign as well as maximize their return on investment.

The system provides a wealth of analytical insights.

“Clicksor’s reporting will identify specific websites, keywords, channels, banner sizes, and geo-targeting of visitors that have converted into customers,” the guide added. “With in-depth analysis, non-converting traffic can be blocked and the campaign will be optimized to bring more conversions to meet advertiser’s CPA goals.”

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