Infolinks Launches World’s First In-Text Ads Marketplace

Self Service Infolinks Marketplace

Infolinks has introduced the world’s first In-Text ads Marketplace. The Marketplace allows you to create and optimize In-Text ads campaigns in a matter of minutes. Now advertisers can effortlessly create and manage their ad campaigns just like with Google AdWords.

You can use the new Marketplace to promote your blog, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube Channel, etc., for a bigger brand boost at a reduced cost. While most bloggers work on free ways of generating traffic, the use of paid traffic sources like Infolinks can get the job done a lot easier. As an AdWords advertiser, I’m looking forward to testing out the Infolinks In-Text ads Marketplace.

Quick and Easy Interface

The self service In-Text Advertising Marketplace allows you to create campaigns in only a few minutes. You can select your own keywords, target geographically and monitor the campaigns with a real-time reporting system. If you know how to set up an AdWords account, you’ll have no problem with the Infolinks In-Text ads Marketplace.

Opening an advertiser account in the Marketplace is simple and will only take you a few minutes to complete. Simply visit the Marketplace, complete a short registration form, fill out your billing details and then activate your Infolinks campaign. It’s really that easy.

Infolinks In-Text Advertising Marketplace


42 thoughts on “Infolinks Launches World’s First In-Text Ads Marketplace”

  1. Looks good!

    Are U gonna use it here on this saite?

    1. Yes they are keep achieving land mark of their success.

      John Chow is using Infolinks as publisher.

      1. Gift Ideas says:

        yap so interesting job.

  2. Myke says:

    Wow this is cool. Just curious does Kontera have this?

    Im happy with Infolinks, maybe i’ll consider using it to promote my blog later on when I make some money. Ill stick with SEO for now.

    1. John Chow says:

      Infolinks is the first and only in-text ad company with a self serve ad system.

      1. Kontera is dying my friend.

        Maximum webmasters shifting to infolinks from Kontera.

        Not only this they are coming up with great ideas (like for marketing African Safari – http://www.johnchow.com/infolinks-hot-air-balloon-african-safari-giveaway/ )

        And to make advertisers task lot easier they are coming up with these marketplace.

      2. MykeTech says:

        I have a feeling Infolinks will grow rapidly if this turns out to be a success and bloggers and advertisers get good results.

  3. Michael says:

    This looks awesome.

    John – do you think this will increase the payout for people using Infolinks on their site to generate revenue?

  4. Infolinks is a great way to maximize your advertisement without violating content in the blog. So goes the same for Kentora but i think Kentora is much harder to get approve unless you have a lot of page view per month. Infolinks is definitely a must have in your blog.

  5. Deals Attack says:

    John,

    I had participated as an advertiser and published my first ad. The keyword I have set are relatively less competitive. The cost per click I have set is $0.02.

    However, there are still no impression and click which I don’t know why.

    I am not sure if they have fully rolled out the system or is it because I have set too low for the CPC. Prob I will try again and update here again.

    1. John Chow says:

      Try increasing your CPC bid. Chances are 2 cents is too low.

      1. Deals Attack says:

        hmm… ok let me try. thanks.

        by the way my keywords are “singapore” and “sg”.

  6. fazal mayar says:

    this is why infolinks has became a premium advertising network for text ads

  7. Sadia Komal says:

    as a publisher i don’t like infolinks

  8. Does anyone know if Infolinks work on the Scandinavian market and with Swedish company?

  9. fas says:

    Infolinks is moving quite quickly. Good stuff from them.

    1. PPC Ian says:

      They are certainly getting a ton of press here on John Chow dot Com. They are building a great brand name!

  10. Amani says:

    Hi John,

    I have removed infolinks from my food blog, because I think the income they give per click is very low.

    1. Erwin Miradi says:

      Oh yeah I did the same too. It’s because the bounce rate isn’t worth the income.

    2. Infolinks pay little because it charges little from the advertiser too.

      I am an advertiser now hence I know.

      But compared to Kontera, Infolinks has been generous in their commissions for you.

  11. Stocksicity says:

    Interesting. Never tried Infolinks, haven’t really thought about it. Might give it a go from both advertiser and publisher sides to see how well it does. I’ve run a few adwords campaigns, barely converts to anything.

  12. I too have never tried infolinks. I have only run a few ads, so this may help. Thank you for the post.

  13. Erwin Miradi says:

    Infolinks hmm… Usually I would try everything John is recommending. But I’ve tried infolinks and I can say I don’t think I will use it anytime soon. For new blogs, infolinks is doing a great job getting the traffic out of the blog.

    1. MykeTech says:

      I love Infolinks, I don’t plan on getting rid of it anytime soon. Why wouldn’t Infolinks work for a larger blog?

      1. Erwin Miradi says:

        Yeah I’m planning to do so. Of course if my blog is already big enough for that. But I don’t think it would be anytime soon.

  14. Technary says:

    Infolinks is good as it is easy to get approved and pays good.

    I have a question Mr.John. Which is better Infolinks or Text-link-ads?

  15. Tammy says:

    Hey, this is Tammy from Infolinks. Thanks for sharing our big news with your readers John. We are so excited about the Marketplace’s new launch and already we are seeing great results. It is not only for big advertisers, use it to promote your own blog.
    http://blog.infolinks.com/2011/08/23/infolinks-launches-world%E2%80%99s-first-in-text-ads-marketplace/

    Happy blogging (and advertising!)

    Tammy

    1. Hi Tammy,

      So great to see you here.

      I have a suggestion here.

      I am an Infolinks publisher as well as an advertiser.

      Can you allow me to use my earnings as a publisher to spend on infolinks advertising?

  16. Yes Info Link is Great. I’m using it for about a year now. I’m fine with it.
    Thank you

  17. thetipsblog says:

    I use infolinks on my website. It’s one of the best. I will surely try out it’s market place in future..as my site is still developing.

    1. PPC Ian says:

      Very cool, glad to hear your positive experience.

  18. Hi EveryOne,

    I managed to get 3 clicks in Infolinks today with $0.10 each though InfoLinks support told me to increase the click to $0.15 each.

    Only some of the traffic came from my keyword related website but I am already happy about it because for my keywords, I probably got to spend $1.50 – $2.00 for each in google and facebook.

    I will continue to monitor this and update here if I have time.

    To me, now is the best time to advertise on Infolinks as there are not much advertisers to do so if I am not wrong hence lesser competition 😛

    1. Its me again. Just a quite update that I just spent $1.35 for 10 clicks on InfoLinks where for the same geographical location (Singapore), I spent a total of $3.98 for only 8 clicks on Facebook.

      See the difference here?

  19. PPC Ian says:

    Anyone know if using infolinks can case negative ramifications on search engine SEO rankings? Other than that concern, I’m really interested in trying this out.

    1. You beat me to it. I’d like to know the SEO ramifications as well. SEO is a delicate process and I don’t want to mess things up!

      1. allan stuart says:

        how can infolinks cause any harm in SEO? i think there is no problem with it.. i dint see anything happen to one of my site, but i hardly get decent amount of money daily with this program yet 🙁

  20. Buy a Blog says:

    Still i’m using this program but the truth is i can not earn with it.

  21. I’ve not tried infoLinks yet. Is it worth it, I mean, does it make me enough money to justify having it on my blog?

    Make blog is in the “make money niche”.

  22. I’m a bit reluctant to advertising such as Infolinks. Not sure why, just feel that way. Is the money you make using it work it?

  23. Gift Ideas says:

    In-text ads are good source of income that is why most peoples use infolinks.

  24. Hi John, Publishers are getting a positive experience from the platform, I know it may be too early to tell but 5$ a day as advertising budget? I mean what’s the worst thing that could happen, right?

    Here’s my thoughts on the model: http://www.kimoftheworld.com/08/10-reasons-why-infolinks-in-text-advertising-marketplace-can-be-the-adwords-killer.html

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