Posts Tagged ‘affiliate program’

Bidvertiser Review

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

Bidvertiser is yet another pay per click Adsense like advertising for monetizing your website. I signed up with them and see how I could go with Bidvertiser vs Adsense and other advertisement that I have plastered around my personal blog. Hey, it may be drag if you see so many advertisement on my website, but isn’t it the same when you pick up a newspaper or a glossy magazine and they too serve up ads to your face? Publishing company need revenue to run, and so do I. The difference is that they have lots of resources and contacts to gain their monetization while small fry one-man-show like us has to do everything by ourselves. (more…)

What is this hyperpromote.com appearing on my website?

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

If you are wondering why you are getting some pop-up / pop-under with URL of hyperpromote.com or the full URL http://www.hyperpromote.com/tags/showp.dbm?cid=222 there is no need to be alarmed. At first I was also wondering why there was this hyperpromote pop-under appearing when I access my personal blog website. It took me awhile to figure out what it was as the pop-up / under only showed a blank screen. (more…)

Exit Junction Review

Friday, September 10th, 2010

It is always nice to have some side income while blogging. And Exit Junction is another alternate affiliate program just for that. Exit Junction works a little differently compared with the other advertisement program that you see plastered around my website.

I came across this while browsing online and it looks intriguing and decided to sign up and give it a try. (more…)

Not earning enough from Nuffnang ?

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

Just received this notice from Nuffnang warning their affiliates from clicking on their own ads. Like any affiliate programs such as Google Adsense, Advertlets, Chitika, Kontera, and many more out there, they have very clear guidelines about clicking on your own ads for generating a higher income for themselves. I suspect the bloggers and webmaster are having a tough time trying to earn anything decent from their hard work blogging and making website. (more…)

Make money online – Adsense vs Nuffnang vs Advertlets and other entrepreneur ideas

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

I picked up the latest copy of Personal Money magazine from the newsstand recently as one of the articles was about Nuffnang and about online entrepreneurs. The magazine article talked about three companies namely Elevyn.com, Nuffnang.com and Popfolio.net.

These entrepreneurs are not like us infopreneurs, they try to make their concept work by dealing with real world products and services and hawking them online. (more…)

Nuffnang vs Adsense

Tuesday, November 27th, 2007

For blogger who wish to make a killing blogging, don’t get your hopes too high. Yes, you can get some pocket money out of it, but if you really want to live off the earnings from your blogs, sorry, tough luck. Am I being pessimistic? Not really. Yes, there are some bloggers who actually earn enough from blogging and survive from the income generated. In most majorities, the earnings are usually paltry in comparison. I’m not trying to let down your enthusiasm. By all means do it, but don’t put too much hope on it unless you know exactly what you are doing that will draw hoard of traffic and click-through falling short of trickeries and spamming. (more…)

Google Adsense – easy way to make money online

Sunday, January 1st, 2006

Google Adsense is one of the simplest ways to monetize your web site. Ever since it was introduced by Google, it has benefited both the web site publisher and advertiser. It works by scanning through your content for keywords and phrases and matches it back to the advertiser who wants to advertise their products or services based on the keywords or phrases they specify. So when a visitor visits your web site and reads through your article, it is assumed that they may also be interested with the products or services offered by the advertiser as it matches with the topic which they are reading on your web site. (more…)