How To Add Performancing Ads To Your Blog

After my screen cast on how to book your own Performancing Ads, I got a bunch of emails from readers wanting to know how to install Performancing Ads onto their blogs.

Since its launch less than a week ago, Performancing Ads has added thousands of blogs into their network. They now have the biggest market place for 125×125 ads on the Internet and that is really attracting a lot of advertisers. I’ve already received emails and comments from fellow bloggers saying they’ve received a sale within a day of installing the Performancing Ads plugin. If you’re not a Performancing Ads publishers yet, you should sign up now. It’s free to join and the worst thing that can happen is you’ll get a free listing in a very big market place.

Unlike Google AdSense, adding Performancing Ads to your blog is not a simple copy and paste operation. Performancing Ads requires you to set up a region and download and install a plugin. For those who are unfamiliar the procedure, I’ve made this step-by-step screen cast showing how to add Performancing Ads to your blog.

Sign Up for Performancing Ads


27 thoughts on “How To Add Performancing Ads To Your Blog”

  1. fas says:

    Another very informative post on performing ads, thanks alot John.

  2. Rick R. says:

    I have another question again about blogs. Can I take all of the blog information from my blog on Blogger.com and transfer it to WordPress.com?
    Thank you for your time and cooperation.

    1. John Chow says:

      Yes, it’s possible. There are plugins that will import a blogger blog into WordPress.

    2. you don’t have to be hesitate to use worpress platform. This is the best one ever make by human.

  3. Shaun Carter says:

    It’s too bad I haven’t yet sold a Performancing ad slot on my blog. It looks as though my Adsense earnings would exceed what I would get from Perfomancing anyway.

    1. performing ads are the best ads if you want to make money online

  4. kenny says:

    Wow, John is working hard to build his Performancing Ads affiliate network 🙂 Has anyone NOT joined the network yet? lol

  5. matan says:

    Thanks john, this will help me finally get my revnue up soon hopefully

  6. Another money making tip… Thanks John…

  7. Infogle says:

    Did i get it wrong or you have done it ?
    You have place the widget on left of sally’s blog and in marketplace you marked it as “right” 😉
    Just make that correction if you can :mrgreen:

    1. John Chow says:

      Well, it used to the right sidebar but I changed themes on her and it went to the left. 😉

  8. Geiger says:

    I’ve added my blog but still no bites yet.

  9. I’ve been using OIOPublisher but if Performancing Ads has a better marketplace… I’ll probably switch over.

  10. I’ve been meaning to sign up. It looks like a great network & the installation is smooth.

  11. Very Informative and useful post

  12. bantingboy says:

    i already join performancing ads. But still not get any ads yet. Hope will get some ads soon. 👿

  13. I believe Performancing Ads is going to be very successful. However, with all the hype of this it could be a huge downfall when it is not anything like we thought it was going to be.

  14. BusyBlogging says:

    Lots of how-to posts these days. You should have an ad on TV just like that guy who sells those “how to make money on ebay” CDs!

  15. Sherry says:

    very helpful and I am more understand about it now.

  16. big jason says:

    great vid john. had 1 little question, and you answered it for me. hope they’re payin you. 😉

  17. Thanks so much John, this really makes it simple as I too needed some guidance with this.

  18. I’ve really been enjoying your blog. So much so that I want to syndicate it on BustaBlog, a new blog network. You will earn money from your posts by doing nothing more than you’re are doing now.

    1. John Chow says:

      Thanks, but I don’t allow my content to be syndicated by another site.

  19. I registered with Performandingads but they say I can’t add my site :
    http://www.thefinancialblogger.com

    I clicked on the FAQ and they say they block sites they know they can’t support their plugin such as BLOGGER. However, I have my own domain and server… how can this be?

    thx for your help!!

    Mike.

  20. HelloKit says:

    I have joined but need to convert my site to PHP first. It’s currently flat HTML with SSI. Any tips for quick and dirty conversion for someone with very little PHP knowledge?

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