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Thanks to ProBlogger Partners

Posted By Darren Rowse 14th of November 2006 ProBlogger Site News 0 Comments

This month ProBlogger welcomes four new partners through the Performancing Partners Ad network. Thanks to these partners I’m able to dedicate more time into the running of ProBlogger.

As a special thank you ProBlogger’s Partners I’d like to introduce each of them to you

Partnerserve-15 Star Affiliate Programs

Monetize Your Site. Earn More Revenue! Your leading source for top affiliate programs and resources.

5 Star Affiliate Programs Forums is a hive of activity when it comes to affiliate marketers. Their forums is a rich resource and a place to find new affiliate programs and learn how to use them.

Also check out their main page and blog.

Partnerserve-2Performancing Firefox Editor

Performancing for Firefox is a full featured blog editor that sits right in your Firefox browser and lets you post to your blog easily. You can drag and drop formatted text from the page you happen to be browsing, and take notes as well as post to your blog.

Performancing for Firefox was developed by, the worlds largest organization of professional bloggers.

Partner with and profit from every customer or partner that you refer to us (pronounced: ‘sign-in’) is an enterprise bliki service that allows teams, companies or communities to create, manage, organize, store, version, search through, collaborate & discuss upon, share and publish any kind of information or data. can manage all your rich content, audio, video, images, documents, presentations, spreadsheets, drawings, archives and any type of files.

Partnerserve-3Presell Page Man

A service for getting your marketing pages (presell pages) hosted on established authority web sites.

Working with top experts in the fields of search engine-optimization and marketing industry as well as web publishers Presell Page Man created this new marketing brand dedicated to and only to creating and brokering your hosted marketing content to authority websites.

If you’d like to become a ProBlogger Partner get full details here.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
  • Someone could explain to me why a post like this is ethical and something like this (using ReviewMe) wouldn’t be?

    Are some people too stuck up, or are we all sinners?

    Antony of NamesAtWork decided that users of ReviewMe were whores.

    I think it’s rather insulting. :)

  • I think they’re both okay, really. I actually wanted to know what those sponsors were. They expect people to click on them but who knows what they’re about. Those little boxes don’t provide much info.

  • Hi Darren, Linda with 5 Star here. You have to be the best blogger, when it comes to giving thanks and recognizing others. Of course, I think you are just one of the best bloggers period… that’s why I advertise here. :-)

  • I think the difference is – companies here paid for a service (space rental) and the blog owner thanked them afterwards.

    In other examples .. the blog owner provided the service (review) and then got paid by the company afterwards.

    i.m.o. // if that makes sense.

  • I think it’s great that these folks are advertising their services through ProBlogger. It’s way to directly promote the good stuff Darren brings to the blogging community. I like that ProBlogger works with solid services too. Thanks Darren, you always help me to know which folks to work with for my own blogs.

  • I have much more respect for those who are prepared to state quite clearly that they are being paid for their posts than those who trade on their credibility by writing glowing testimonials, that may or may not include hidden affiliate links, about rubbish and don’t disclose their involvement in the deal.

    Yet another copywriter’s blog got dumped from my reader yesterday for that.

    Credibility is a high-value commodity whether you sell it for $10.00 or $10,000 you’re still ultimately giving it away.

  • On reflection some people may think that what I just said in my comment above was in some way aimed at Darren. I just want to make it clear that I don’t see Darren as having any credibility problem at all – when he recommends something that he stands to make a profit from he lets everyone know it’s an affiliate link.

    Unfortunately some others do not.

  • Hello Darren

    I am Romasha from

    I think you are a very dedicated blogger and rocks!! Your blog is a great source of motivation for many.

    Keep up the great blogging!