Sunday, May 13, 2007

Adsense Chat

Love him or hate him, Joel Comm has made a ton of money off adsense and helped thousands others do the same. His book "The Adsense Code" is required reading for anyone learning how to maximise adsense revenue.

Just about every technique or question about adsense is discussed on Joel Comm's Adsense Chat forum. I've found it an invaluable resource and highly recommend it. Registration is free.

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Saturday, May 12, 2007

Free Bloggin Tips from Chitika

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Chitika invited 30 of the Web's top bloggers to give advice for blogging success and put the responses in this informative eBook. For those who don't know Chitika provides highly lucrative interactive "mini-mall" advertisements to websites.

Friday, May 11, 2007

AGLOCO - a dud in the making

It seems everyone is is hyping AGLOCO these days, touting how much money they are going to make off of it. If you already signed up, don't go making any plans to spend your fortune just yet.
AGLOCO will fizzle out faster than you can say dot com.

This site is really just a paid to surf scheme. This has been done many times before. Basically you put a viewbar on your page that lets AGLOCO monitor your surfing habits and present you with ads a computer determines that you will be interested in viewing. The user gets a small share of the ad revenue generated. I've never seen this amount to more than about $15 a month, even if you are on the web 12 hours a day.

AGLOCO promises to pay you a portion of the ad revenue everyone you have referred generates and then from their referrals and so on. John Chow says he has 14,000 people signed up in his network. Note that the viewbar is still in beta testing so at this point in time no one is making any money.

Here's the problem. No one looks on the Internet for ads. I'm certainly not putting spyware on my computer so I can earn a few bucks a month while being annoyed by advertisements. I believe that everyone is signing other people up but nobody will actually activate the viewbar when it is released.

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Get Paid to Ask Questions

Ever wondered what the best way to get tomato stains off a white shirt? Why not ask readers at Not only will you get answers to your stain problem,you'll make a little money in the process.

FunAdvice is a Google Adsense revenue sharing site. After you register FunAdvice will display ads with under your adsense account on 40 percent of the page views to your questions. You probably won't get rich off of this, but spend thirty minutes writing good questions and you can make a few bucks a day.

I found that it takes a good day for the click throughs to start. I surmise this is how long it takes Google to index the question and responses and put the content correct ads on the page.

My best day on FunAdvice earned me $2.07. I've only posted about a dozen questions so that it isn't too bad a return on time. Asking questions based on popular keywords would probably up the number of clicks. Adding other users to your friends list will also increase traffic to your questions.

The one drawback to FunAdvice is that no promotional linking is allowed, so you can't drive people to your own blog.

Sunday, May 6, 2007

Get traffic with Mylot paid discussion forum

Mylot pays an average of 2-3 cents per post. You won't get rich doing it, but the real benefit is if you provide useful information people will follow the link to your site to see what else you have to say. Any online money making strategy should involve extensive you of discussion sites to promote your web or blog.

Saturday, May 5, 2007

Put an Amazon book store on your site. now lets you put a customized bookstore on your site. The Amazon Astore is truely amazing. You pick the books you want to display to your readers; you can build multiple category pages. Amazon even lets you choose the color scheme of your store so it matches your website or blog. Every book sold from your book store nets you 5-10 percent of the purchase price.

Joining the Amazon affilate program takes only minutes and can be done here.

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The Adsense Code

The AdSense Code: What Google Never Told You About Making Money with AdSense

We've all heard stories about those adsense gurus who make tens of thousands of dollars a month, so it's discouraging when our own websites are only pulling $15-$20 a month. Now Joel Comm, a true Google guru, shares some his secrets to making "honey we're going to Disneyland" money with adsense.

I have several websites and blogs and in the first one I started applying Comm's secrets to my click thru rate has gone up 26 percent the first week. I've learned how to blend my ads into the site so it appears more like content than ads, which Comm points out that we trained ourselves to ignore when looking at a website.

The only negative to this book is that Comm is trying to upsell more products to the reader. Despite the somewhat high price for a book that makes liberal use of white space, it is well worth the money.