Make Money Online with Performancing Ads

Performancing.com has started a new ad network call Performancing Ads. Performancing Ads is an ad marketplace for the 125×125 ad button, which has slowly become the ad format of choice for bloggers who wants to make money online.

Open To All Publishers

Performancing Ads has been successfully running the network in private beta on dozens of high-volume blogs and it’s now open to all bloggers. That’s right, Performancing Ads will accept all blogs no matter what their size. If you have a blog or website and want to feature 125×125 ads, you can join Performancing Ads. And the more your site grows, the more exposure it gets in the marketplace. In addition to selling ads, all blog publishers can book their own 125×125 ads. You can use Performancing Ads to promote affiliate offers on your site or promote your flagship content.

Joining Performancing Ads is extremely easy. Simply apply for an account and confirm your email. After you log into the control panel, you can enter your site information.

You can add as many blogs as you want. You do not need to reapply if you have more than one site or blog. Installing the ad code is as easy as uploading a plugin. Perfromancing Ads offer ad plugins for WordPress, Drupal, Joomla and stand alone PHP sites.

Flat Weekly Pricing

Performancing Ads allows advertisers to buy ads on a 1 week increment. This lowers the threshold for advertiser entry and increasing the number of advertisers in the system which will ultimately make you more money. Ad pricing is set by the publisher. You are free to charge whatever you want. Of course, the more competitive your prices are the more advertisers you’ll attract. Performancing Ads offers a 60/40 revenue share, with the publisher getting 60% of the money.

To kick off the new network, Performancing Ads is offering $25 off an advertiser’s first purchase of $100 or more. The Performancing Ads marketplace is quickly becoming the largest and more diverse network for the 125×125 ad format. Joining Performancing Ads will allow your blog to be featured in the market place. The market place will be the first place advertisers will go to when booking their 125×125 ad buys.

Free Ad Space from The Publisher Exchange Program

All publishers in the Performancing Ads network earn credits either by selling ads or showing other publisher ads in empty spots. Credits are then spent by getting free ad space on similar sites. It’s a nice way to put that unsold inventory to work. With the Publisher Exchange Program, Everyone gets more exposure.

Life Time Referral Program

Refer a new publisher or advertiser to Performancing Ads and you’ll earn yourself $10, which is a nice referral fee. However, you also get 5% from any ad sales generated by the new referral … for life! The life time referring income offers massive potential.

Let’s say that you refer two new advertisers per month and each spends an average of $250 per month. Within one year, you’d be making a cool $300 per month in 100% passive income. If you referred five new advertisers per month, you’ll make over $750 per month after one year.

Performancing Ads is an ad network made by bloggers for bloggers and it really shows. I will be adding Performancing Ads to my recommended money makers.

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33 thoughts on “Make Money Online with Performancing Ads”

  1. I will have to check this one out. It sure is getting hard to keep track of all the “marketplaces” and “ad servers” for blogging, but I think each on is worth a try!
    Thanks for the info.

    1. Michael says:

      I may actually give this one a try cos I think the credits system sets Performancing Ads apart from the others.

      Follow me on Twitter – http://twitter.com/88michael

    2. Abdul says:

      Well this one doesn’t seem like all others, I think it s going to act better!

  2. Douglas Karr says:

    I gave them a try last week, but the poor markup totally conflicted with my theme. I’m not sure why they post divs right in the markup when all they need is an anchor link and an image. I’m waiting for the js embed so for that one!

    1. Perhaps related to this issue – I can’t add the code to my blog as the ads appear in list tags, meaning the code doesn’t render. Shame.

      – Martin Reed

  3. dcr says:

    Is this coming from the same John Chow that previously recommended direct ad sales? 😉 ➡ 😯

    1. John Chow says:

      Actually, I’ve always recommended networks for new blogs and even old blogs. I still use a lot of networks today. Mind you, I did write a few posts on how to do direct ad sales but that doesn’t mean I recommend it. 🙂

      1. dcr says:

        I use a couple of the ad networks you’ve recommended. Even though they do make me some money, somehow I always hear the cha-ching in your bank account when I sign up. 😉

        1. Michael says:

          Yes, that “cha-ching” is played when ever someone signs up via John’s referral link.

          1. John, what about showing was that we get the cha-ching more often in our bank accounts.

  4. I think this is good for people who aren’t getting advertisers for direct ad sales.

  5. fas says:

    This is a good thing for new bloggers who wont be able to sell the 125 ad section easily.

  6. Google PR updated… I got only 2 😈 John, I see that your encounter with Google is taking toll further 🙁

    Ajith

    1. how often is google updating the PR?

      1. It’s kind of hard to tell. Sometimes it seems to be every 6 months.

  7. Rick R. says:

    I have a question concerning ads in general. This question is for John Chow and who ever else can help me. I have just started a blog on Blogger.com and I was wondering if you can have an affiliate program and more than one type of ad on it? From what I know, John Chow I believe recommends WordPress for a blogging platform. Is it better to switch to WordPress? I’ve just begun following John Chow dot Com just recently the last few months and am learning about blogging.
    Thank you for your time and cooperation.

    Rick R.

    1. John Chow says:

      I would personally switch to WordPress with my own domain name. Why would you want to build up the brand for Blogger.com? As far as I know, they don’t have many limitation on how you monetize the blog.

  8. Dollar dude says:

    I have tried these guys. But the service is very poor. I do want to see the results in the next month. Any how, thanks for reminding me about this ad network. 😛

  9. revenue says:

    I have sign-up under you, thanks for the info 🙂

  10. Adelaide says:

    This ad network seems really promising. Especially as there is a 1 week minimum so that will hopefully attract more advertisers. I also like the way unsold advertising space can be used in the credits system. Exciting stuff!

  11. this seems like a pretty good advertising web site. The one problem I see is that the beginning is always the worst for these web sites and have a lot of bugs.

  12. I think I’ll give this a try – I hope it’s different from some of the others out there.

  13. new blogger says:

    Oh it’s great man ! Referral fee $10 per person is awesome ! :mrgreen:
    I will try it out later on, Thanks john ! 😀

  14. David Lewis says:

    Sounds Great for the Blogger….but has anyone measure results for the advertiser? Almost make me want to have my own blog, bit I digress I simply cannot write!!!!

    D Lewis

  15. Using this advertising website is very cool. It leads to the money making path. I really like it very much.

  16. Thanks for this information, it dosent matter what ads you are using as long as you have enoough traffic to your site you will make money no matter what ads you are displaying!

  17. kranjcarz says:

    Thanks for your info. I will try….

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