Anyone tried Clicksor?

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Hi all!
Clicksor is an AdNetwork I'm currently using to monetize my traffic. I'm not sure whether they pay or not, and how much is their CPM rates. Have you guys used it? Please share what you've got from your experience with them. They look kinda legit to me. I have a nice CPM so far but I don't know how far I can go with them.
 

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I did not have a good experience with clicksor so far. Their ads are very spammy and sometimes contain malwares which has been reported by many. So, I decided to leave them and Now I am using Adsense. However I suggest you to stay away from Clicksor. You may use Infolinks, revenuehits etc.
 

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Sam I went in to look at this site, as I have not heard of them and was surprised by that. When I went to access the site I received this warning about the site.

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Were you aware of this. When I see stuff like that I stay away from those sites. Just thought I would point it out.
 

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Coming from an advertisers point of view, they're traffic is very, very poor. I spent ~$300 dollars with them split testing a lot of campaigns back a year or so ago. My ads had a CTR rate of 6% and that was using their CPM rate.

I said to myself wow, I must have created a good ad. Then I looked at the stats, huge bounce rate and less then 1 second spend on the website. Needless to say my conversion rate was 0%.

Their traffic isn't worth the power to blow it to hell!
 

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I always do a little research before I place an ad with any site and when I saw the WOT rating with that site that was concern enough for me not to mess with them. Just the orange malware rating alone is enough to keep me away.
 

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Thanks everyone, I understand. I admit that I have a serious problem: I don't pay attention to do researches about ad networks before placing their ad codes. I'm a loser!!

Coming from an advertisers point of view, they're traffic is very, very poor. I spent ~$300 dollars with them split testing a lot of campaigns back a year or so ago. My ads had a CTR rate of 6% and that was using their CPM rate.

I said to myself wow, I must have created a good ad. Then I looked at the stats, huge bounce rate and less then 1 second spend on the website. Needless to say my conversion rate was 0%.

Their traffic isn't worth the power to blow it to hell!
One thing I need to know is do they really pay me as a publisher when I reach the minimum payout of $50?

I have also tried revenuehits and infohits but I have found that they didn't pay.
 

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Sam,

Sometimes with all that we are doing we get ahead of ourselves and do not complete all the research on projects, a lot of that is just because of the madness that we now live in, everything is going so quickly. But I definitely would not consider myself a loser, for missing something. We all do it, we all have missed stuff while developing designing, etc. It is part of this industry, I mean geez look how fast the technology changes. Of course we are going to miss stuff.

If we didn't miss things occasionally, we would be perfect, and what fun would that be. Then we would not need this great group of people from WebMasterSun to try to keep us centered and focused. Now what fun would that be.
 
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