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Fastclick Reviewed – Advertising suitable for high traffic Blogs
11th of November 2004 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Fastclick Reviewed – Advertising suitable for high traffic Blogs

Fastclick is a revenue stream that will be suitable for some highly trafficked blogs. We trailed it recently on our Olympics blog and found that with the levels of traffic that we generated at the height of the games that it out performed all other revenue streams on the site ...more
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More detailed Adsense Statistics
11th of November 2004 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

More detailed Adsense Statistics

Adsense Tracker is one of the most useful tools that any Adsense user could invest in. As the name suggests Adsense Tracker gives you statistics that Adsense does not even come close to giving you in their statistics/reporting package. Track Click Throughs from Each Page – For example – have ...more
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AdSense Per Click Payout Based On Natural Rankings
10th of November 2004 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

AdSense Per Click Payout Based On Natural Rankings

Interesting post over at Digital Point on Read more AdSense Per Click Payout Based On Natural Rankings. The basic question – does Google rankings for keywords have an impact on the rate at which ads on those keywords pay out at? The thread starts with this: ‘I’ve noticed something interesting ...more
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TypePad Blogs to get Contextual Advertising
10th of November 2004 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

TypePad Blogs to get Contextual Advertising

Kanoodle and Six Apart (makers of Typepad and Moveable Type blogging systems) are partnering together to offer Typepad bloggers the opportunity to run contextual ads to their site – and thereby add a revenue stream to their blogs. This is similar to what Blogger blogs can do with Adsense – ...more
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Ways to promote your Blog
9th of November 2004 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Ways to promote your Blog

Boston.com has a good article on ways to promote your weblog called Don’t let your blog get lost in the fog. They write – ‘But even good blogs can go unread, without a little extra effort to attract visitors. What’s needed are some eyeball magnets — blogging tools that will ...more
Blog Promotion
Google traffic vs Slashdot traffic – Which would you prefer?
7th of November 2004 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Google traffic vs Slashdot traffic – Which would you prefer?

Have you ever been Slashdotted? It sounds painful doesn’t it – but its actually quite fun. Being Slashdotted basically means that you’re linked to by the mega-blog – Slashdot. The cool thing about the experience is that if you chance upon being mentioned on Slashdot that you are about to ...more
Blog Promotion
Making Money from Blogs – BloggerCon III
7th of November 2004 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Making Money from Blogs – BloggerCon III

I wish I were able to get to BloggerCon III – the Making Money session sounds particularly interesting as reported on PaidContent.org. Here are a few of the quotes that they quote that I find of most interest: — “One sure way to make money — provide infrastructure to people ...more
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Ad Networks for your Blog
7th of November 2004 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Ad Networks for your Blog

I was just reading a thread over at SitePoint Forums on where someone ask which is the Best Ad Network? Someone answered with this list which I found really helpful. I’ve filled in the links of some of those mentioned. Tier 1: Tribal Fusion, Fast Click, Burst, 24/7 Real Media ...more
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Lessons Learned: AdSense
6th of November 2004 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Lessons Learned: AdSense

‘Brainy Betty’ over at the Adsense forum at Webmaster World has started a good thread on Lessons Learned with Adsense. She writes: ‘A year and a half later with AdSense and still going strong – here are my lessons learned: (What are yours?) 1. Graphic design: Provide clean pages and ...more
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