Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Below I have listed a few affiliate programs that display ads and can be used to be put on your website to help generate extra money. If you don't know what I am talking about, you might want read the post above this and check out the programs available.

Text Link Ads
Text Link Ads is a very popular ad network and is used by a large number of bloggers. TLA will automate the ads for you, allowing you to sit back and relax knowing that you are being paid for just writing about the things you are passionate about. TLA also has an affiliate program which pays you $25 for every sign up you direct to them.
Text Link Ads

Google Adsense
If you have never heard of Google Adsense, you have been missing out. Google Adsense is probably the most popular site monetizer on the internet today. Thousands of sites rely on Adsense to provide ads for their site. For Adsense, you will get paid when ever someone clicks on an advert on your website. A example of Adsense is the banner featured on the top, bottom, and right side of this page.

Very similar to Google Adsense in the terms of the style the ads are displayed. The payout for Bidvertiser is only $10 compared to Adsenses $100 which makes it easier for beginners to get paid quickly.

AuctionAds is an eBay affiliate. Quite a large one at that. Bloggers put advertisements of live eBay auctions on their site and allows users of the targeted audience to view them, and the good thing is that through the affiliate program, AuctionAds is committed to paying out a minimum of 100% of eBay commission revenue.

Linkworth is a great service which offers a wide variety of ways to make money. Linkworth provide options such as selling text links,post-level links and paid posting. Highly recommended for beginners having trouble seeking affiliate programs.

PayPerPost offers opportunities to post about products and websites on your blog. Each post will net up to $15, meaning that if you are a heavy blogger, you can generate a serious amount of money. What could be better than being paid to blog about the things you are passionate about.
Pay Per Post