A good click through ratio on these type of ads is .5% to 1.5% of the amount of times they are shown. So if your ad was shown a 1,000 times, then you should expect 5 to 15 clicks. Which would be about $0.02 to $0.10 a click for sponsor ads.
I belong to another dog community where I saw this link posted. As if promoting puppy mills isn't bad enough, he's also attempting some sad, twisted form of subliminal messaging. Highlight all of the text on the pages and you'll see what I mean. I also sent him a nice little email. Last week. He hasn't responded, but then, I didn't expect him to.
ADMIN Good idea! Follow the link below and look under 'Sponsored Links' on the right handside. His ad is labeled 'Dog Breeding Secrets'. Click on it to charge him. http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=Secret+Dog+Breeding I didn't see that ad, others of similar wording though? Which is it exactly?
Did it ever occur to you once, that by posting this you are giving him free advertising? Most people never would have even seen this and you have just given tons of people access to it. Sometimes it is better to leave something alone. This man is not advocating puppy mills, nor does it say anywhere anything about cages. It talks about breeding as a business. I think it will appeal to the puppy mill crowd and those looking for a quick buck, but please understand that of the people that get this, they are so uneducated that they may actually think it will work. There is nothing wrong with giving tips on breeding and having healthier, better puppies. This is over the top and goes beyond that, but most of it is probably garbage. If anyone had those secrets it would be the people that dedicate their lives to doing it. Remember, those that can't do write a how to book. Use your energies on something that will count for something.
FYI, you can give a female a shot to induce a heat cycle. it is usually an unproductive one that cannot produce puppies. I am sure puppy mills will try it to breed more often but it will most likely not work. One of the reasons they do actually do it is to reset a heat cycle. If you have three females and they all ome into heat at once, you can possibly reset it so you can space it out. I would never do it as I don't think it is healthy for the dog, but I asked a vet why you would and that is what he said.