Major Upgrade PublisherSpot

My fellow British Columbian, Tyler Cruz, has made a major upgrade to his PublisherSpot site. PublisherSpot is a site that tracks and review ad networks. If you’re wondering which networks to join and which ones pays the most, then PublisherSpot can give you the answer. Not only can you read reviews, but you can rate the ad networks yourself based on your experience. It’s a great resource for bloggers looking to make money online.

The amount of upgrades made to PublisherSpot are so great that Tyler put together this 15 minute screencast to explain it all. Some of the new features include:

  • Universal Member System
  • Member Commenting System
  • Improved Voting System
  • Front Page News Area
  • Search by Name Function

Check out the new PublisherSpot and let Tyler know what you think.

28 thoughts on “Major Upgrade PublisherSpot”

  1. SmallBizBee says:

    Wow, that looks great. This will save me a lot of time and effort trying to cobble all the ad networks myself. Great work!!

    1. Abdul says:

      Its actually pretty good, I think I’ll sign up for it soon!

      1. Oh thanks John. that’s definitely a site I would love to check out! I am always looking for ways to monetize other than Adsense.

      2. Thanks for this site. I will check it out soon!

  2. Nice..Thanks John. I’ll be sure to check it out

  3. I’ve already been working hard compiling all of the ad networks I’ll be using, but now that I know about this tool, it’ll make everything easier. Thanks Tyler!

  4. A great list of ad networks to look into on the list,and nice to see a review of them as well.It takes a lot of the guess work out of the process of finding good ad networks to work with.Thanks for this post.

  5. dave says:

    Just looks like a ‘sign up under me’ so i can benefit off your sales type of site to me, nothing too much wrong with that but one of the first things i see on publisherspot is the Pepperjam Network who just sent me an extremely questionable email promoting fat pills…
    more products produced in India & other countries for less than $1 a bottle & selling online for $70+, that’s why they offer such high commissions.
    Read any of the BBC or other reports on these products & you will see that these pills are complete crap.
    I know you & many others work with and promote these networks but the sooner ethics come into this market (if ever, we will always have the greedy guys willing to make a buck off those less fortunate and more gullible than them), the better…

    1. Tyler Cruz says:

      If you have a problem with Pepperjam, then why not comment on the review telling/warning others about your experience? PublisherSpot isn’t a gung-ho pushy website that tries to push all these networks on you. We have negative reviews of networks, as well. The site helps you make an informed decision about an ad network before signing up, as well as to return networks that suit your needs via our search-engine.

      Would you rather people just blindly sign-up to networks that are known to withhold checques or be late on payments?

      1. Tyler,

        It is obvious this person has no idea what type of service you provide. I appreciate the reviews.

        1. dave says:

          Andy, I have been in this game a long time & have a good idea as to what Tyler is providing and appreciate what he is doing.
          My comment was nothing really against Tylers site/service, and I am sorry if it came off that way.
          Nearly all of us sign up under someone else to affiliate networks & the more you get to sign up under you, obviously the more passive income you will earn.
          It was more aimed at the typical networks a lot of bloggers are pushing just for a quick buck off of those that are less fortunate & more gullible.
          When I get an email from a so called big player pushing products that don’t work but pay big % on commissions, it just pisses me off…
          Not only does it take cash from those not informed enough, it also increases the need for back street factories in third world countries willing to pay their staff next to nothing to produce & package shitty mixes of herbs that are available for 100th of the cost they are being sold on for.
          I have been to India & China & seen these places, promoted them before I saw how & where they were manufactured but thankfully I am out of that game now, but thats another story & way off topic…

      2. dave says:

        Tyler, you are right,
        My comment should have been added to your site where it would have been more relevant.
        Providing a service that lists good & bad payment networks is a great service & badly needed, so thank you.
        Wishful thinking I know, but I just wish some of the networks especially the larger ones would not only care about payments but also bring ethics into play.

    2. Jake says:

      Yes, better to stay with digital products, no needless extra costs that are associated with physical products. Ebooks and information products are close to as effective as those pills also they pay good commissions.

  6. John, I’ve been commenting and visiting your blog for some time now. In fact, I’m number 3 on the top commentators section.

    After having made my comment on this post today, I checked my email and I received an auto response from your blog thanking me for commenting and offering me your ebook like it was my first time here or something.

    I’ve used the plugin you’re using before, and I don’t think it’s the plugin you should be using. I know alot of people who don’t appreciate it. Makes it feel like we aren’t good enough to be treated like something other than just the people who help pay your bills.

    You should probably really rethink your decision to use this plugin.

    1. John Chow says:

      Hi Steven,

      I’ve used the plugin before. It actually works really well. I had to remove it because it was overloading my database. Since then, the developer has updated it based on what happen on my blog and I’m testing it again for them.

      1. Abdul says:

        It’s good to hear that as I don’t want to see the e-mail in my mail box, or rather some spam!

  7. ZK says:

    thanks Tyler , you ve done an awesome job on this

  8. Ryan McLean says:

    Sounds really awesome. I will definately check it out because it could help me make a lot more money with my entrepreneurs blog

  9. No worries. Just thought you’d like to know that it might affect people the wrong way.

  10. Cool site John! I didn’t know Tyler had that. Thanks for the referral.

  11. 100kjob says:

    Huge potential there for both publisher and ad agency niches. Well done.

  12. crissy says:

    Something to check for some $$$

  13. Nebraska SEO says:

    I’ve used Tyler’s site in the past and applaud him for putting some improvements into the site.

    I’m amazed that the “News Updates” on the previous iteration of the site was hard-coded HTML! That just boggles the mind!

  14. Fail Funnies says:

    Seeing that I need to re-vamp and collectively make a change with the affiliates that I use now, this will indeed help in optimizing my advertising revenues. Great link.

  15. Rebecca says:

    Thanks for the information about Publisher Spot.
    I was not aware of the site before and it looks like a nice resource to bookmark!

  16. Very nice resource. Tyler did a great job on the upgrades.

  17. Mr. Javo says:

    Great website! I’m going to check it out 😎

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