How To Book Your Own Performancing Ads

One of the major advantages of the new Performancing Ads network is they allow you to sell your own ads and use them to serve it for free. If you already have some 125×125 buttons sold privately, it’s very easy to add them to Performancing Ads. And it won’t cost you anything because Performancing Ads does not take a cut of your private ad sales. If you are like me and have every single button sold, then you can use Performance Ads to serve the buttons, keep all the money and still be listed in their publisher marketplace.

Being listed in the Performancing Ads marketplace exposes your blog to 1000’s of potential advertisers. If you’re having trouble making private ad sales, signing up with Performancing Ads may just be the ticket. Remember, using performancing Ads does not prevent you from selling the ad space yourself. You can still do that and use Performancing Ads to serve it. Here’s a screen cast on how to book your own private ads into Performancing Ads.

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28 thoughts on “How To Book Your Own Performancing Ads”

  1. Won’t be needing it right now but will definitely keep it mind for the future! πŸ™‚

    1. Sounds like a good deal for those that have empty ad space in the blog sidebar.

      1. Shaun Carter says:

        I am joining Performancing now and hope it will create a new revenue stream on my empty sidebar.

        1. Man, everybody is blogging about performance ads these days. This is the 3rd blog that is talking about it!!!

          Their affiliate program must really be something…

  2. Maybe it’s just me, but I think you are on the verge of being a bit immoral when you suggest:

    I wouldn’t do it like that. I would find it more natural to play the game honestly – especially given the fact that they don’t “take a cut of your private ad sales”… You are, John Chow, in the BUSINESS of blogging, and you should play the game honestly.

    Sorry, but this time I strongly disagree with you.

    1. The blockquote went wrong, but you know what I mean. I quoted your first paragraph, and commented afterwards. Sorry about the f*ck-up. 😳

    2. John Chow says:

      It wasn’t me who suggested it. It was Performancing Ads. They clearly stated that you can use their service to book your own ads and they have no problems with it.

  3. Good option when you have great traffic and empty ad spaces on your blog.


    1. Melvin says:

      I’m not seeing it as like what most see… if a site is not worth advertising then even if you put it in any marketplace it won’t get sold…

      1. Pete says:

        Agreed. If you truly have tried hard selling private ads but cannot get any bite, then perhaps you need to improve content of your site before trying again. Looking for a new ad scheme might not always help in that department.

  4. I signed up for this service and it is very awesome! Makes my ads look instantly credible! I tried to serve my own ad and it didn’t quite work. It was a gif w/ 8 frames and they only allowed the 1st frame. That is the only downside I saw. I was also unable to “unschedule” one of my ads once I accidentally scheduled 2 of the same one.

    I still love the service though, that’s for sure!

    Also, your comment form say URI, where it should say URL. Just thought you might like to know.

  5. It is a good suggestion regarding advertisements. It is worth considering how to expose your blogs to advertisers. Thanks for sharing such valuable tips!

  6. Melvin says:

    I don’t think its affiliate program is working properly.. I had few refs and nothing is still shown there… Besides there i no stast whatsoever./..

  7. juzten says:

    I will check into this more if I don’t start seeing anything from Pepperjam Network, thanks
    Daily Free Software

  8. Laura says:

    I signed up this week and I am excited about this program. What ha been people’s experience on it?

  9. golan says:

    thank you. seems to be interesting.
    but what a range of their prices – both for publishers and advertisers? couldn’t find this info on their site, and to registrate only to know the prices – is a little bit too much…
    so, if you can reveal this, it would be great! thanxx )

  10. TheMoneyac says:

    These days there are so many ad networks, it’s hard to choose which one to take. Some are better in that niche, some are better in this niche, uhhh…..

  11. Anuj Seth says:

    This was a wonderful tip.

    First 3 days of using PerfAds has been good for me. πŸ™‚

  12. So I guess we’ll also be using PerformancingAds until something better and newer comes out, then we’ll all abandon it like the other ad networks. It’s one big cycle.

  13. Family Man says:

    πŸ˜€ A lot of the big bloggers are picking this up. I’ll have to check into it, as I really need to pick up my ad revenue. I need 80K in 12 months!

  14. I wonder if this is better than Google Ad Manager.

  15. says:

    NE1 know how to unbook or delete ads? (it would kind of stink if you made your own ad, like John did, and no one could book that spot for 1000 days!!)

  16. kenny says:

    I joined the network and someone booked an ad the next day so its looking quite promising. I don’t mind that I only get the 60% cut as I don’t have to do any work :mrgreen:

  17. fas says:

    I am thinking of signing up with them. There is a wordpress plugin by UBD which rotates your ads.

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