I like to welcome Infolinks as the official in-text ad provider for John Chow dot Com. Infolinks serves those double underline links you see on the blog. When a reader mouse over the link, a relavent ad displays. When the mouse is moved away, the ad disappear.
The nice thing about Infolinks is that it allows you to make money without taking up or replacing any current ad space. It’s like getting free money! I was an early adapter to in-text advertising because I didn’t want to solely rely on AdSense. Google allows in-text ads to run along side AdSense ads. For publishers, blogs and webmasters that are looking to diversify their ad partners, in-text advertising is far and away the best accompaniment to Google AdSense.
The Highest Revenue Share In The Industry
What makes Infolinks stand out is they offer the highest revenue share in the industry. Other in-text ad providers give only 40% to 50% revenue share. Infolinks gives their publishers 70% and they give that even if you are a smaller blog. With Infolinks, you can get the same revenue share as a site getting over 10 million page views a month, which is what other in-text ad providers want in order to give that high a rev-share.
Access To Big Advertisers for The Little Guy
In addition to the 70% payout, publishers signing up through JohnChow.com will automatically be allowed to take advantage of all of the premium ads that other in-text companies normally reserve for more brand focused sites. Infolinks is the only in-text company to utilize a 3rd party to verify the quality of their publisher’s traffic and take the manual guess work out of it. For young publishers who are still trying to build their brand, not being giving the same chance at higher paying advertisers can be frustrating.
Infolinks judges all publishers as the same and let’s technology determine who gets access to the higher paying advertisers and who does not. As a publisher, if you are doing everything right, no matter how big or small, you will get the same quality of advertiser as the largest publishers. Finally the little guys have a chance to compete with the big guys for ad quality and gain access to the highest paying advertisers. With Infolinks, not only do you get the highest payout, you get access to the higher paying ads as well. Other benefits include:
- The most advanced in-text algorithm on the market. In-text is only successful when readers want to click on the ads. Infolinks has proven in head to head match-ups with other in-text companies, that given the same amount of inventory over the same period of time, Infolinks generates more clicks.
- Infolinks has become the unquestioned leader in monetizing international traffic with the highest paying advertisers for traffic generated outside the US. No matter if your website is in English, Spanish, French or German or if readers are coming from places outside the US- Infolinks can monetize it.
Easy Setup – There’s a Plugin for That
Getting Infolinks up and running takes only a minute. All you have to do is go sign up and then install a small piece of code onto your blog. If you’re running WordPress (or Blogger, Joomla or Drupal), Infolinks has a plugin that will do all the setup for you. You could literally be making money within a few minutes of signing up!
Completely Free To Join
Infolinks is completely free to join and there are no long term contracts to sign. Try Infolinks on your blog and if it doesn’t make more than your current in-text solution, then just switch back. However, I’m sure you’ll find that higher payout equals higher revenue for you. And by signing up via my partnership with Infolinks, you’ll gain access all those high paying premium ads that are normally reserved for big publishers. Just put “From John Chow dot Com” in the comments of the Infolinks application and they’ll take care of you.
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