Posted by Tomer in Ad Networks, SEMDec 13th, 2011 | No Comments
Fact #1: The longer it takes your page to load, the lower rank your page receives.
Fact #2: The higher your page ranks, the more Google traffic you get.
Conclusion: You need to test your website’s loading time and choose the fastest tools.
Confused? This infographic should clarify this SEO tip… and yes, it does say that Infolinks is the fastest solution of its kind. Hurray!
Source: Tipsotricks.com. Thanks!
Posted by Tomer in In Text Extras, Website MonetizationJun 27th, 2011 | No Comments
In-Text Ads as Standard
As publishers, we already know that placing in-text ads on our websites helps us earn advertising money with minimal interference to our visitors’ user experience. In fact, so many websites now have in-text ads on, that it has become standard. But then we search on… And there’s good news. A new ad unit has joined the club.
The New Tag Cloud
Meet the new and improved Tag Cloud Ad Unit. Based on the advanced contextual engine and language algorithm of in-text advertising, a new ad unit now offers a supplement on top of in-text ads. A dynamic tag cloud that...
Posted by Tomer in In Text Advertising, Read First, Website MonetizationJun 1st, 2011 | No Comments
The First Professional Guide to Monetizing Your Website with In-Text Advertising
I’m happy to share that the new book is out! The Hidden Treasure in Your Website: The First Professional Guide to Monetizing Your Website with In-Text Advertising (the link goes to Amazon).
Humbly, author Tomer Treves is me, the same person behind this Online Siesta blog, so I can’t review the book objectively. But I think it’s only reasonable that I would recommend it…
Well, friends, I recommend the book – please buy one copy for yourself and 10 other copies for your family and friends...
Posted by Tomer in Ad Networks, Website MonetizationApr 13th, 2011 | 4 Comments
The Google team has rocked the boat yet again. The recent change of the Google search algorithm has affected website publishers significantly. Some lost many visitors and even higher volumes of online advertising revenues. Other publishers actually see better results these days. Here are some thoughts based on inside information from a giant network…
New Google Search Algorithm
So, the Google team has rocked the boat yet again. On February 24th, 2011, Google announced a modification to their search algorithm which they referred to as “a pretty big algorithmic improvement” impacting...
Posted by Tomer in In Text Advertising, In Text Extras, Website MonetizationAug 11th, 2010 | 1 Comment
I’m happy to share here for the first time that Infolinks has recently made public its latest feature – Related Tags. This feature was initially developed as a trial to leverage the ability of the Infolinks algorithm to choose powerful keywords and match them to the most relevant ads. But the trial became a phenomenal success; the Related Tags feature has had a major impact on publisher earnings – much higher than expected.
New Feature: Related Tags
The Infolinks Related Tags feature adds a unique In Text cloud within the content of a web page with carefully selected informational...
Posted by Tomer in In Text Advertising, Website MonetizationJun 30th, 2010 | 2 Comments
Your big blog can earn you $50,000 on top of your current revenues. This is no joke and it’s not some dubious get rich quick plan. If you give me three minutes and read this post with real advice from my experience, you will see that I’m actually willing to guarantee this income. You will be required to open your mind a little bit, talk about your concerns, and eventually place in-text ads on your blog, but this is now easier than ever and with some optimization, would not affect your community of readers. If you’re not ready yet, I would at least invite you to discuss this with me. So, are...
Posted by Tomer in In Text Advertising, Website MonetizationMay 30th, 2010 | 3 Comments
This weekend I plan to attend WordCamp Chicago, where I hope to engage and have fun with the WordPress community and participate in the launch of the new Infolinks In Text Advertising Plugin for WordPress. Since I will have the honor of addressing the audience, I wrote down my thoughts about what I plan saying and I would appreciate any feedback.
WordCamp Chicago Speech
Good morning. I feel right at home here at WordCamp Chicago. My brother and his family live nearby, so I get to Chicago often. I have been using WordPress for my own blog OnlineSiesta.com, which celebrates its first anniversary...
Posted by Tomer in In Text Advertising, Website MonetizationMay 25th, 2010 | No Comments
In Text Ads on OnlineSiesta
Well, after several months of writing from my experience about In Text advertising, you can finally find double underline link ads on my site as well, and not only on the In Text Ads Example page. I will be looking forward to hearing any feedback you may have.
The In Text Ads Integration: Easy!
How easy or difficult was the integration? I was amazed. It took me less than a single minute to set it up and since the website was already approved (for the Example Page), the double underline links appeared immediately. I know, I sell such ads for a living and promote them…...
Posted by Tomer in In Text Advertising, Website MonetizationMay 18th, 2010 | 2 Comments
Preview In Text Ads on Your Site
How would In Text ads look like on your very own website? You can now get a quick and easy preview by visiting AdsOnYourSite.com.
All you have to do there is enter your URL and a preview of your website with In Text ads will appear.
How Much Can I Earn with In Text Ads on My Site
This nice preview tool at AdsOnYourSite also gives you a rough estimation of your potential monthly earnings from In Text ads.
Disclosure: the AdsOnYourSite website is free to use but it’s operated by Infolinks.
The AdsOnYourSite Widget
AdsOnYourSite.com also offers a free widget...
Posted by Tomer in FAQs, In Text Advertising, TipsApr 11th, 2010 | 3 Comments
When Visitors Complain about In Text Ads
Sometimes, despite their subtleness and clear advantages to the website’s publisher, visitors do complain about the introduction of in-text ads to a website. Most often, this would happen when a website has a community of regular visitors who are not always open to changes. From my experience, the number of complaints will be very low when compared to the number of visitors and they will also disappear after a short while. Nonetheless, sometimes a publisher must deal with the complaints. This is especially true when the complaining visitor is an important...