Get In On The John Chow Advertising Trip

Like Antilan says in this site match Google ad, everyone should get in on the John Chow advertising trip.


I am not sure how many site match ads are running on my blog but it’s really cool that you guys like my blog enough to buy advertising on it just to send me a shout out. I even saw an ad by the Rich Jerk but it told me to screw off.

If you wish to send me a message via Google ad, you can do so here. I will be adding Ad Placements for both the 300 and the 468 spot so you can target either ad unit. Just remember, the 300 ad spot cost a lot more, so bid high!

15 thoughts on “Get In On The John Chow Advertising Trip”

  1. Sean says:

    Last I checked, it didn’t even have a page impression, and now it’s up to 191. Thanks John.

  2. Eliza says:

    I saw an ad for your site over at Steve P.’s site. (the rich guy)

  3. Nomar says:

    wow, people must really love your blog

  4. Matt says:

    Just bought my ad.

    Ads by Google

    Swedish Penis Enlarger
    John Chow’s not only the
    president, he’s a member!

    Advertise on this site

  5. Tony says:

    yey for AdSense IM.

    Though I don’t suppose you get to censor what anyone (and I mean Matt above) puts on your site via AdWords.

  6. John Chow says:

    Tony – Yes I can block any ads I want showing on my blog with the competitive ad filter.

  7. Sonia says:

    Hey John:
    I could not click on your top ad, but the bottom one is OK. I am using Firefox.

  8. John Chow says:

    Sonia – That’s because the top ad is not an ad, it’s a screen shot.

  9. Sonia says:

    This is weird.. But you are the master 😉

  10. David Mackey says:

    THis is a great idea, though I wish Adsense had a way to search for websites on a specific topic – then you could easily find new sites and target them.

  11. simon says:

    I found an ad on

    I Love Darren Rowse

    Your Blog, That Is. Keep up The Great Work! From John Chow

    here is the screen shot

  12. John Chow says:

    simon – Yes, that’s an ad I ran on It doesn’t show up much because my bid isn’t high enough.

  13. Lawrence says:

    What does CPM stand for?

  14. John Chow says:

    CPM stands for Cost Per 1000.

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