TTZ Media Banners For Your Referral Promotions

Here are some TTZ Media banners for you to use in your promotional efforts. TTZ Media has an affiliate program that pays 10% on what your referrals make for the next 12 months. Sign up enough new affiliates and it could add up to a nice passive income source. In addition to making money for signing up new affiliate, you’ll be entered for a chance to win one of two 22″ LG LCD monitors courtesy of BlueFur Web Hosting

How Do I Use These Banners?

When you sign up for TTZ Media, you will be given an affiliate ID. That ID is used to track your ad clicks as well as referrals. Your affiliate link is built into the โ€œPower by TTZ Mediaโ€ link that is displayed with every banner. When someone clicks that link, they are sent to TTZ Media using your affiliate ID.

Feel free to download and use any of the following TTZ Media banners and link them to TTZ Media using your affiliate URL, which will be http://www.ttzmedia.com/refer.php?referid=xxxx. Replace xxxx with your ID. You can hide the link behind a redirect if you like.

300×250 Banners

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250×250 Banner

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125×125 Banners

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468×60 Banner

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52 thoughts on “TTZ Media Banners For Your Referral Promotions”

  1. WebCosmo says:

    I always used Google and Adbrite. I will give this a try. They got a nice site after all.

    1. Steven says:

      How well does Adbrite perform vs your Adsense?

      1. Better question.. how does TTZ Media perform at all?

        1. I made $6 total this month with TTZMedia on http://zedomax.com. I made $30 on Google AdSense. I am not sure if TTZMedia is doesn’t updated till end of month so I will have better figures at the end of the month. But compared to AdSense, I am not making much money yet… we will see though and give it a chance.

          1. It’s amazing you make any money at all. That site was just an explosion of HTML.

          2. Zac Johnson says:

            If you have the right traffic, I would assume TTZ Media performs much better than AdBrite. AdBrite is usually focus towards general traffic, but if you are pushing high end electronics or a store site, TTZ should pull better epc in the end.

      2. Mubin says:

        Sorry, have to chime in here. On some sites I make $30 a day with adbrite and the same site brings in about $15 a day with adsense for content.

        Again though, the same site with referrals also averages about $15 a day as well.

      3. Etienne Teo says:

        Adbrite feels spammy but if you are using it on a forum, adbrite earnings better than adsense

    2. It’s John Chow’s personal ad network…i’m suprised you didnt know he owns it ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

  2. Nice…love the peanuts ads

    1. Indeed the ads are lovely, clean and will suit just great in most type of layout colors.

    2. Jason says:

      Yea I like the peanuts one too. Wonder if we’ll get a 125 x 125 version later?

  3. Think I will grab the 125×125 and 468×60 banner ads. Thanx for the banners ๐Ÿ™‚ hopefully this will make some money

  4. ArahMan7 says:

    Yeah, yeah. It still close to free hosting blog. ๐Ÿ‘ฟ

    1. Etienne Teo says:

      This TTZ is only open to those will dedicated hosting and domain.

  5. Karol Krizka says:

    Thanks for the free banners, I’m going add one to the new theme I am working on for my blog. I really like TTZ, it currently brings in more revenue than AdSense!

  6. charles says:

    Thank you for the free banner ads John. I will use it now in my blog. Keep up the good work JC. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. I like how two people in a row just thanked you for the “free” banner ads. As if you were going to charge them for images that will make money for you. ๐Ÿ˜†

  8. David Risley says:

    When are we going to see some daily revenue stats with TTZ? It is frustrating that the stats are so vague.

    1. Zac Johnson says:

      Would be great to also see referral stats from within the login area.

      1. Etienne Teo says:

        There is no referral stats available yet?

  9. I’d love to see a case study report from someone who’s making good money with TTZ Media. John, you should consider featuring one of your top earners.

    1. John Chow says:

      The top earner makes five figures per month but he doesn’t want his site known. However, I like the case study idea and will use it in a future post to highlight successful affiliates.

      1. Mubin says:

        That’s awesome John. Can you tell how much you are making from it? And will there ever be a plan to resell the service like auctionads was sold?

      2. Contest Beat says:

        Dang, I think my best day is like $90 – long ways to go!

      3. I would like to see that kind of implement occur ๐Ÿ™‚
        I kind of have a ball park with the amount your making off it considering, a blog post you made about hosting is 5% of your revenue for your sites ๐Ÿ˜‰

  10. the ads look good, but whats up with the year downline?
    why not lifetime downlines?

  11. xbrain says:

    So sad JC, never get approved by them !! ๐Ÿ˜ˆ

  12. Javo says:

    Great banners chow, Ill get some of them when i buy my own domain x_x

  13. Those banners looks great!! :mrgreen:

  14. I was waiting for these banners. Good stuff!

  15. ๐Ÿ˜€ Hey! That’s cool. But I never use TTZ Media before… ๐Ÿ˜ก :mrgreen:

  16. Eli says:

    Hey John, how much did ya pay to get this made? ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. John Chow says:

      I don’t know. Haven’t got the bill yet.

  17. Steven says:

    Hi John, I just made a post about you over at my blog, http://blog.redzero.co.za/?p=20, whilst I do feel sorry for you and your search engine problem, I did post some possible reasons why.

    1. I’m pretty sure we all know why he’s no longer listed with Google. I’m also pretty sure nobody even cares at this point.

  18. I’d use it…but it doesn’t fit my niche

  19. Killzone says:

    Couldn’t this possibly attract a lot of sub-par sites that will just waste precious time to review them?

  20. hts says:

    Same situation as above :). I have in mind to start a site related to technology and stuff, which might be well-monetized with TTZ network. Anyway, it’s a good thing you continuously improve your service – a sign that your care for your advertisers/publishers.

  21. mcangeli says:

    I have several advertisers running across multiple sites. The two that seem to produce the best results so far are Kontera and Adsense. Though I recently signed up with TTZ and I’m working on integrating them in to the design of the sites, we’ll see if it helps any….

  22. Youfoundjake says:

    Hey John, just to double check, the http://www.ttzmedia.com/refer.php?referid=xxxx
    referid is the Affiliate Membership code?

    I was looking for these on TTZMedia’s site, but couldn’t find em, thanks for posting ’em.
    Jake

    1. Zac Johnson says:

      Yes Jake, replace the XXXX with your four digit affiliate id. It’s the same number you see when you login to TTZ and it says “Your affiliate membership code is XXXX.”

    2. John Chow mentioned you replace the XXXX with your code, above ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

  23. Web Market says:

    Yeah… I don’t really see this new feature having any impact on the earning. Do you think maybe Google added these arrows for the purpose of the CPM ads? If the ads placed down below still count as receiving impression, that will be kinda messed up deals for the CPM advertisers.

  24. I love the ads, I’m putting them on my site now. ๐Ÿ™‚

  25. hts says:

    Just a quick thought: why only 4 digits for affiliate id’s? Maybe (and most likely) in the future, you’ll have more than 9999 publishers and you’ll need to change the system to be able to assign numbers to others as well.

    1. Zac Johnson says:

      I’m sure if John gets over 10,000 affiliates, he’ll have more than enough money to fix the program. Though its a good thought for future notice.

  26. Why there are so expensive banners in ttz media? And u need to paid in beginning 1000$ to start i tihnk thats too mcuh for average blogger..

  27. Great banners – I’ll put them up on my new blog later. ๐Ÿ™‚
    ~ Dave

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