Text Link Ads Introduce The HotList

Text Link Ads has just announced a new feature for advertisers call the “HotList.” The HotList allows you to save inventory that you are interested into a list that will always be there when you login. This way link advertisers can save items that they are considering without putting it into their shopping cart or worrying about losing it in the ever growing TLA marketplace.

You will see the HotList icon when browsing our marketplace after you hover over the “reveal” link of a listing.

To celebrate the new HotList feature Text LinK Ads is offering 15% off any new ads purchased for this week only. This discount is good for the life of the ads and you just need to enter the coupon code hotlist at checkout.

Even since I signed up for them, Text Link Ads has been one of my highest performing ad networks, accounting for $1,352.81 of my April blog income. With the launch of the HotList and Post Level TLA, I should have no problem setting a new TLA earning record this month. If you can get into it, I highly recommend you sign up.


30 thoughts on “Text Link Ads Introduce The HotList”

  1. Wahlau.NET says:

    wow..that is a great money from TLA

    1. i like the discount promotion

      it’s a good time to buy a link at johnchow.com now

    2. Nomar says:

      Yup, Great feature

      1. shaun says:

        yeh this is an amazing feature this will bring in some extra cash forsure

  2. Yep, the Hotlist is definitely a welcomed addition to TLA.

    1. sure, it saves you time

  3. Ankur says:

    Good, its just well named bookmarks 🙄

    1. Ali says:

      yeah, bookmarks that take your money if you’re an advertiser and make you money if you’re a publisher.

  4. John Thanks for posting this I might have overlooked it had you not been on it like always.

    The discount is always a bonus!!!

    1. That hotlist feature is definitely an added benefit for TLA users.

  5. Wolf Stone says:

    I’m gonna try n sign up right now..thanks for the introduction!!

  6. Mr. B says:

    John why do you have a free penis enlargement link on your blog? It seems that you would do anything for few bucks.

  7. You’re just getting richer every day, John. 😎

  8. Adam Dempsey says:

    I just got an email about this but haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, will go do it now 😀

    1. same here, it seems everyone has got a tla account now

  9. Rhys says:

    Text Link Ads is one of my biggest earners too (I talk about Text Link Ads Earnings Here Whilst not in John Chow’s territory it is doing quite well for me. If I ever was to start marketing, now would be the time.

    1. that’s decent well done

  10. Mubin says:

    I hate to be link dropping in comments (Im Lying).

    But I just did a 3 part series on how you could set up a 3,750 a month recurring income with text link ads.

    You can read about it here:

    http://mubinahmed.com/made-for-adsense-sites-dead-made-for-textlinks-in/

    1. Good looking articles! Thanks for posting your link! I’m reading them now! 😛

      1. Mubin says:

        Thanks for the compliment!

  11. validotcom says:

    Thanks John 😉

  12. Kumiko says:

    You’ve always been on my Hotlist, John!!! 😉

  13. validotcom says:

    you’are the best john

  14. tech blog says:

    congrats on reaching 5k of subscribers.

  15. Amanada says:

    how long did it take before your posts showed up?

  16. Yes, TLA is a good way to avoid some of the hassle of Google Adsense. A lot less worrisome, A lot easier to setup. No click fraud, paypal payments, too!

    Simple, effective, and quick.

    Kenneth

  17. SEO Blog says:

    Hey John, you should check out the WP Chunk plugin. It breaks long links (like the one in Mubin’s comment) down into a much shorter url so people don’t have the scroll bar or have the link break their theme entirely. It’s pretty handy. Anyway just a tip.

  18. keytrue says:

    😯
    big money again.

  19. James says:

    I was looking into TLA for advertisers today. I think they could make it easier to find a site or post you want to put an ad on.
    When I decide to use them, I’ll still use them, but they could make it a bit easier to navigate.

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