JuryLaw(.)com Update: The $3 Click

Today JuryLaw(.)com generated $3 from a single click – which is not surprising given that the eCPM was $1,026.90! The  domain is not getting very much traffic – currently getting only a few hits a day. It will likely take a few months for the SEO-optimized site I designed to start improving search visibility to the domain. In general I’ve found that most SEO-optimized sites take 3-6 months to really make their mark on the search engines.

What this shows me is that once the traffic starts going this domain will have incredible revenue potential due to the high-payout for law-related clicks. Just think if the domain is able to get even thirty visitors a day and out of those thirty just five people click- at $1/click (a third of the payout today) that would be $5/day or $150/month.

I’ll continue to keep everyone up-to-date as things progress – thought I would share this small piece of JuryLaw’s history with all of you! See below for a screenshot from AdSense.

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  • Leonard Britt March 19, 2009, 5:35 pm

    Thanks for the updates. I recently developed a site and submitted it to the search engines. It was previously parked. After several days I don’t see it indexed by the search engines. I’m just curious what your experience has been regarding the lag between submission and indexing. From what I have read new sites are on a watch status the first few months. Also, for minisites, roughly how many links do you seek? Should these be specific to the topic or are directory links worthwhile for generating traffic? I enjoy reading your posts and best of luck with your site.

  • Troy March 19, 2009, 6:50 pm

    One of those three visits was me today. I visited your site to see how it looked. Congrats on the $3 click.


  • LittleDevil March 19, 2009, 9:52 pm

    Leonard – install Google Analytics and Google’s webmaster tools on your website – that triggers an immediate flag on the googe robots to index the site sooner, than later. You might have already done this, but it does work. We recently launched ScaleModelTrains.com and typically without installing these google tools, it can take longer. The term “scale model trains” is now Page 2. Good luck

  • Ross March 19, 2009, 9:54 pm

    Better hope that traffic you send to the advertisers convert otherwise google will smart price you. Has happened to a couple of my credit/loan domains. They start out awesome and then those $3 clicks turn in to $.25 cent clicks.

  • Nick March 20, 2009, 10:56 am

    Hey Morgan, I wish you good success with the site. I’d be very leery about posting the picture you posted however – I’d bet dollars to doughnuts that it’s a violation of the AdSense TOS…

  • Jarred March 20, 2009, 1:15 pm

    Morgan, congrats on the $3 click! It’s great to hear of and see the screenshots of a success story from a domain won on Bido. We’re following along!

  • Domain Superstar March 20, 2009, 3:06 pm

    Nice job with the site. Just keep in mind that likely your stats will be thrown off by people (such as me) that are just typing in the url and visiting the site after reading your blog posts and not those who are interested in the site subject matter. Also, just as an FYI be careful about showing all of your adsense stats publicly bc that is against their TOS.

  • Supermance March 24, 2009, 7:42 am

    hey congrats for $3 click :), wating for your screenshots 🙂


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