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I have got mail from Adsense

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I have logged in to my account today, I have noticed the new “Recent messages” section in my AdSense account.

Adsense let me know that this is my personal inbox where Adsense will send me customized optimization tips. More specifically, their system will automatically analyze my account and ad settings. Based on these findings, I will receive a notification each month in my AdSense account if there are changes I can make to improve my overall AdSense performance.

Adsense Email

There is no guarantee the tips will increase my earnings, but the tip will be worth looking into by me to see if there could be an increase in performance.

Have a great day and gud lak!

Source: You’ve got mail

Google announced Google Apps referrals

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Google has just introduced another CPA (Cost Per Action) ad – Google Apps.

Google Apps gives you $5 for every successful referral you’ve made.

What is Google Apps?

Google Apps are the most powerful communication and collaboration tools, and packaged them together so businesses, schools and other organizations can work more effectively while spending less time and money on IT systems.

Google Apps provides customized email addresses (powered by Gmail), Google Calendar, Google Talk, Docs & Spreadsheets and Page Creator, all for free. Best of all, everything is hosted by Google, so there’s no hardware or software to download, install or maintain.

Google Apps

How do these referrals work?

Please do these following steps:

  • Login into your adsense account,
  • Go to the AdSense Setup tab in your AdSense account and click the link for Referrals,
  • Select the Google Apps option and then choose how you want the referral ad to look on your site. (The Google Apps referral ads are available in English right now, but they’ll be adding more languages soon.),
  • Copy the code provided into the design of your web pages, – and voila! You ready to make money with Google Apps.

How I get paid from Google Apps?

You will be credited $5 when someone clicks the referral ad from your site and signs up for Google Apps with a domain that has not already been signed up for the service. That person’s domain must then have one or more Google Apps email accounts in use for four consecutive weeks. It’s that simple.

If you’re not convinced, why not try it out yourself?

Have a great day and gud lak!

Source: Introducing Google Apps referrals

Amazon Releases Context Links Beta

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If you’ve been looking for a new way to monetize your blog or site I’ve got some exciting news for you.

Amazon.com (AMZN) has launched the beta of their Context Links for affiliates. According to Amazon.com, “context Links automatically identify and link relevant phrases within your page content to Amazon products, unlocking new ad inventory and saving you the time from having to manually create links.”

Context Links automatically identify and link relevant phrases within your page content to Amazon products, saving you the time when you create manually links to Amazon products.

This service, “Context Links Beta,” works a lot like Kontera and Intellitext in that it dynamically adds advertisements to your content using JavaScript.

Unlike Kontera and IntelliText, though, Amazon Context Links are actually CPA rather than CPC. You earn revenue when someone makes a purchase on Amazon.com after being referred by your site. Amazon Context Links also offers a much greater range of customization options.

Context links are a cool way to monetize your content rich websites (and blogs) using the amazon associates program.

Put up a javascript code before your tag, and the code will do the rest; i.e place links on special keywords like names of authors who’s books are sold on amazon, Brand names who’s products are sold on amazon or the product names themselves; the text will automatically get linked to the product page on amazon. Not only that, you can also add some blin to your blog by selecting the feature where if users hover their mouse over the link, a snap like popup with the product name, image, rating, and price is displayed.

Who Should Use Context Links?

Context Links are for people looking for an easy way to generate money from the content they write. Bloggers, review sites, and people that have archived pages that are currently not monetized are excellent candidates for Context Links.

How do Context Links Work?

After you embed one simple piece of code on your pages, Context Links will identify and link contextually relevant phrases within your content to Amazon.com products. If you enable the preview functionality your site visitors will see a preview of an Amazon.com product relevant to the phrase we selected. Clicking on the link will send your site visitors to the product detail page on Amazon.com, and you will earn referral fees just as you would with any link you hand-picked.

Setting up Context Links for your website is quick and easy. Simply:

  1. Visit Associates Central->Build Links->Context Links
  2. Specify the maximum number of links you’d like on each page
  3. Optionally customize the display of the links with a couple clicks
  4. Copy/paste the generated code into your pages

You Can Customize the Links

Context Links has provided numerous customization options for Context Links allowing you to control:

  • the number of links on each page
  • which portion of the page will be linked
  • which Amazon product categories are linked
  • the matching of exact product names only
  • if preview windows will appear when your site visitors hover over the links, and the style of those windows
  • the options of single underline, dashed underline, and double underline link formats to indicate to your site visitors that they are Context Links

So, if you are member of the Amazon Associate already, log in now to your account and try this new Amazon services. Those who are not yet members, please register Amazon Associate here.

Google Checkout Part of AdSense Referral

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Google today added Checkout to the AdSense referral program, in addition of AdSense, AdWords, Firefox and Google Packs.

It means you as AdSense publisher can now refer your users to Google Checkout through AdSense.

How the the new referral button works?

Well, every time you refer a user to Google Checkout, you make a little money. It’s a simple process that includes all of three steps:

  1. You place the Checkout referral button on your site.
  2. Someone clicks on the button, signs up as a buyer with Google Checkout using a valid U.S. credit card, and completes a purchase of at least $10 before shipping and tax through Checkout within 90 days. (The current $10 minimum purchase corresponds to our existing $10 promotion for new buyers, so this amount may change in the future.)
  3. You earn $1.

Adsense ReferralsIt’s that simple. But please note that Checkout referrals are currently only available for U.S. publishers, and Google Checkout is currently only available for buyers with a U.S. credit card.

Hopefully both Checkout and Checkout Referrals available in more countries soon. 🙂

If you’re not convinced, why not try it out yourself? . It costs nothing to sign up (actually, you’ll even get a $10 bonus) and it’ll make shopping online a little easier.

Source: Referrals, now with Google Checkout

Google Launches Pay Per Action Beta

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Many of adsense publisher already use referrals to direct users to their favorite Google products. Now, with Google Adsense’s new referrals beta, publisher can select products and services from Google base of AdWords advertisers.

This is good news for those of publisher who have wanted to use referrals in the past, but couldn’t find a product to match their site’s content. With the referrals beta, publisher can search for products that match up directly with their site’s content.

Adsense Referral SignupThey can customize their referral units to match the look and feel of their site, making it easier than ever to find a referral ad that fits in seamlessly with their site’s design and content.

What’s more, Google can help make sure publisher find and display the most relevant, best-performing referral ads on their site.

Simply provide a few keywords to describe their site and their users’ interests, and they will see ads automatically displayed that perform best for their site. No more constant updating, rotating products, or guesswork.

As with Adsense’s current Google referrals, publisher will generate earnings when their visitors click through to an advertiser’s site and complete an action defined by their advertisers, such as a sale or sign-up.

Because these actions are often more involved than a simple click or impression, advertisers pay more for these referrals, which can translate into higher earnings for their site.

If you are one of Adsense publisher and interested in being one of Google beta testers, please visit the referrals beta site and sign up.

Source: Now accepting applications for new referrals beta

AuctionAds Launched

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AuctionAds is an another tool for bloggers and other website owners looking for different ways to monetize their site. It provides you with eBay ads to include in your website.

Website publishers create an account, add descriptive tags relevant to their content, and place an embed code on their site. The AuctionAds widget will then show eBay auctions relevant to the tags.

AuctionAds shows non-contextual eBay ads on your site. It is a Cost-Per-Action ad. You are making money when your visitor register at eBay or places a winning bid or purchase using “buy it now”. You do not make money when visitors click on the AuctionAds ad.

It works in pretty much the same way as Google Adsense. You create an AuctionAds account, setup a campaign, decide which format your ads should be displayed in (skyscraper, banner…all that), choose which type of auctions you want to display (keyword specific), edit up some colours to help blending, grab some JavaScript code and finally paste it into your site or blog. Easy!

Full RSS Feeds on my blog

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I switched my blog’s RSS feeds from partial feeds to full text feeds. Past I used partial text feed for several reasons.

First, since RSS Subscribers get to read the full blog content inside their newsreaders, they would never visit my actual blog. I think my pageviews will decrease then would impact the advertising revenue, such as Google Adsense. As we know Google Adsense is a PPC program, more traffic, more pageviews, and more money. 😉

Second, you could get my content for your own sites easily. Just install auto blog, add my feed into your blog, then you will get all my content into your blog.

Inspirated by Digital Inspiration posting Do You Publish Full Text Feeds Or Partial RSS Feeds?, I will try to publish my RSS feeds with full text feeds.

I have my own reason. First, let’s try this method. Hopefully my RSS Subscribers would grow. Second, I had enabled feedvertising on my blog. It’s would be an alternative way to monetize my blog beside Google Adsense.

Summary Text Feeds

Summary Text Feeds

Full Text Feeds

Full Text Feeds

Hopefully I would get good result about this. Wish me luck! 😀

Earn Big Money from Blogging

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PayPerPost has been one of the most controversial startups in the past couple of years, with critics proclaiming that they are polluting the blogosphere, and giving the whole internet a black eye. While the morality of PayPerPost has been debated over and over again, the one thing that hasn?t been brought up is the brilliance in marketing by PayPerPost. PayPerPost gives a big opportunity both bloggers and Advertisers.

The new segmentation system at Payperpost rewards bloggers with high traffic blogs for make money blogging. The highest paying blog opportunities now pay up to $1000 for a single sponsored post. Each blogger can instantly see the opportunities available to the because they have been prescreened according to your blogs’ page rank, Alexa rank and the traffic the blog receives. In other side, sdvertisers who place extra restrictions on the opportunities they offer.

Bloggers now receive a reasonable variety of posting opportunities. Newer bloggers are still qualified to make money from their blogs as they grow. The first assignment for a blogger who joins through that link will be to review – and link back to – the blogger who recruited them. These backlinks will be a very valuable blog marketing tool for bloggers who want to build up their blog popularity.

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