Wednesday, October 03, 2007

FeedM8 - Mobilize & Monotize Your Feeds

FeedM8 is a great service which mobilize your existing Blog and converts it into its mobile version. I was using this service from last one week as a part of private testing and I personally feel that this is a great service. This service is a new service provided by Wattpad . This service is open for for all.

Mobilize Your Feed
FeedM8 is a new service for bloggers to reach a new audience and add a new source of revenue. It turns your blog into a mobile site with mobile appropriate advertising. FeedM8 will find advertisers for us all we have to do is just sign up.The best thing about this service is that it is totally free.

Don't you want to extend your blog's reach to the mobile internet and earn more revenue? If your blog is not mobile ready, you're missing out on a huge opportunity. Using FeedM8, you can turn your blog or feed into a mobile site with just one click. Your current readers can catch up from their mobile phones and you'll find new readers you never had before.

How Does It works?

During sign up when we enter our blog/feed url FeedM8 convert it into a wap site. FeedM8 provide us a unique wap site url which we can change according to our preference like wap site url for my blog is . This wap url can be opened in any mobile browser. To Promote your mobile site FeedM8 provide links and widgets. Add these widgets to your blog or website and your readers will be able to send it directly to their mobile phone.

Here you can see the types of link ang image widgets to promote your blog

What kinds of feeds are supported?
The supported feed formats are RSS 0.90, 1.0, 2.0 and Atom 0.3, 1.0.

Monetizing your feeds
FeedM8 will show ads on the wap site of your blog. FeedM8 will find advertisers for your mobile site. All the ads that appear are designed for mobile devices. Some examples of advertisers include phone ringtones and wallpapers, mobile games, chat and communities. They do not advertise for gambling or adult content.

How much is your Revenue share?
According to their policy of FeedM8 the ad revenue split is 60/40, in favour of the content publisher. At the end of each month, your account will be credited with the ad revenue share you received for the month through your feeds. If your account balance at the end of the month exceeds $50, you will be paid after 30 days. Payment is made via check or PayPal.

The amount of advertising revenue is dependent on the amount of traffic you have on your mobile site. You can promote your mobile site by adding one of the web widgets shown above to your page.

FeedM8 will introduce your blog or feed to a new audience.

Reach more readers and earn more money through blogging

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Monday, August 20, 2007

Make Money With One of Facebooks Aps

Recently a user created an ap allowing anyone to earn an income from facebook. I have recently added this ap and I have to say it is great. Basically all you have to do is click on an ad for 30 seconds and you make $.01. You may be thinking this is pointless but wait, you can refer friends and make a 100% of their profit! It is so easy to do and in minutes you will be making a few dollars a day. So click on the link below and begin making money.

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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Updated: Best converting Adsense keywords

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Structured settlements $33.55
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Equity Line Credit $30.02
Student loan Consolidation $29.48
home equity loans $29.13
consolidate loans $27.75
freecreditreport $24.48
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peritoneal mesothelioma $23.64
student credit cards $23.45
Term Life $23.20
credit report $22.77
Debt Consolidation $22.65
credit reports $22.03
refinance $21.67
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Consolidate $20.82
line of credit $20.44
Refinance Quotes $19.96
free credit reports $19.19
Free Credit Report $18.83
domain registration $18.41
Low Interest Credit Cards $18.27
Malpractice Lawyer $17.91
Injury Attorney $17.52personal
Car Insurance $17.23
Jet Charter $16.71
Drug Rehab $16.41
debt management $15.82
hard drive recovery $15.82
airlines credit card $15.76
merchant account $15.66
mesothelioma $15.33
register domain $15.14
Life Insurance $15.10
Pay Day Loans $15.02
low interest $15.01
Private Jets $14.85
Anti Spam Software $14.84
credit counseling $14.81
Eloan $14.73
debt solutions $14.53
free credit $14.28
Lexington law $14.26
Email Hosting $14.22
credit card processing $14.19
American express credit $14.08
consumer credit counseling $13.99
merchant accounts $13.81
Wrongful death $13.67
Credit Cards $13.66
secured $13.62
credit counselors $13.48
fast loans $12.97
Insurance travel $12.90
malignant pleural mesothelioma $12.84
debt problems $12.80
Helpdesk Software $12.79
Spam Filter $12.78
trans union $12.77
payday loans $12.77
Dedicated Hosting $12.75
credit counseling service $12.64
cash advance $12.60
Lasik $12.56
Homeowner's Insurance $12.47
Credit Score $12.24
poor credit $12.19
Mortgages $12.17
Online Trading $12.15
Reduce Debt $11.86
Loans $11.50
cash loans $11.14
Lexington law firm $11.05
Consumer Credit $11.00
adwords $10.61
my fico score $10.43
Canadian Pharmacy $10.33
Online Banking $9.82
Teeth Whitening $9.77
Business Credit $9.71
Alcohol Treatment $9.70
Cheap Hosting $9.60
University Degrees Online $9.59
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affiliate programs $9.43
Web Host $9.39
Asbestos Cancer $9.29
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Rewards Cards $8.91
Dental Plans $8.89
merchant account application $8.86
Cellular Phone Rental $8.85
Borrow Money $8.81
Vioxx $8.79
discover credit $8.78
Equity Loans $8.55
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Casinos Online $8.42
Death Insurance $8.42
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Bachelor Degree $7.86
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Doctorate Degree $7.72
Personal Domain Name $7.66
Annuity $7.61
Lenox China $7.56
hard money lenders $7.34
Bextra $7.22
Rehab $7.05
IRA Rollover $6.96
make money at home $6.88
search engine optimization $6.85
Master Degree $6.80
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Online Marketing $6.37
asbestos $6.37
Distance learning $6.31
Laptop Computer $6.31
Bankruptcy $6.10
make money from home $5.98
Spyware $5.92
Adsense $5.90
Internet Broker $5.76
Payperclick $5.65
Yellow Page Advertising $5.60
Blue Cross $5.54
money on the internet $5.52
earn money $5.30
Acne $5.28
Calling Cards $5.25
Quick Book $5.22
send money to India $5.20
Extra Money $4.79
Investing $4.64
Depression $4.62
making money on the internet $4.49
lung cancer $4.49
Cell Phone Plans $4.43
voip $4.20
identity theft $4.16
Money need $3.94
Anti Virus Protection $3.88
claims $3.82
Bonds $3.66
at Home work $3.42
Weight Loss $3.37
Windstar Cruise $3.33
Satellite $3.32

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Tuesday, August 07, 2007

SEO For Google In Five "Easy" Steps

A few years ago anarticle were written: Ten Steps To Higher Search Engine Positioning. The article was well received due to the breakdown of the core requirements for ranking a website being reduced into simple steps. Well today we're going to break it down into 5 steps. Is it even easier to rank a website today than it was a few years ago? More straight forward? Yes. Less time consuming? Not a chance.
Two things are necessary:

1. We need to know that our tactics work
2. We need to maximize efficiency so we're not having to charge our clients unreasonably high rates

And so we've developed processes by which we can attain maximum results in the least amount of time through carefully developed stages. While we are interested in all the major engines, it is of course Google that we spend the lion's share of our time studying (having never heard a client say, "I don't care about Google, just get me ranking on") Here are the steps we use to optimize websites (including our own) for Google.

Step One: Website Structure

The structure of your website affects the way search engine spiders see your site and thus, affects your rankings. I'm going to assume from the get-go that your site is in a position to be spidered and the internal links followed (i.e. none of the content is hidden due to poor development). This does not mean that the structure is optimized.

The way the code appears on your page affects the way the search engines prioritize specific content. For example, if your navigation appears higher in the code of your web page than the content then it is given a higher priority. The goal then is to make the core sections of your page appear higher in the code than the portions that are not critical to the optimization of each page. Generally the content area of your page contains the majority of the keywords and is more easily optimized and tweaked. For this reason, you will want the content of your page to appear higher in the code. This is especially true if you have image-based navigation.

The methods for doing this differ depending on how your site was initially built. If your website was built using tableless design practices (ideal) then the matter is "simple". Now, I can't get into all the details here as this is a huge area unto itself. There are many great sites, articles and forums on CSS that get into this area of structural optimization in detail and where you will find many helpful forum members willing to help out and answer questions. Or of course you could hire a professional developer who already knows how to do this in which case it will take a fraction of the time. This will depend on your resources, time and of course - whether you're a do-it-yourselfer simply interested in learning another web development skill.

If learning a new development skill appeals to you, here are some useful resources you'll want to check out:

* CSS Zengarden
* DezWozHere
* Designing Without Tables Using CSS

If your website is designed using tables the solution is actually much easier though less ideal. As Beanstalk's Mary Davies wrote about in her article on Table Structures, with table-based designs the issue is resolved by simply structuring the cell layout in such a manner that the spiders "read" the content before the navigation and/or other, less easily optimized portions on your page. Knowing that a picture is worth a thousand words I'll resurrect the one used by Mary to illustrate how this is done.

We can see that a blank cell is placed above the left hand navigation. Because a search engine spider reads from top to bottom, left to right they will hit the top table (the header) and then proceed to the table cell down and to the left. With the vast majority of sites this will be the left hand navigation however, if the table structure illustrated above is followed this will lead a spider to a blank cell. The spider will then quickly move to the cell on the right which is the main content area of the page. It is only after seeing the content that the spider will move back to the left, crawl the navigation and then proceed down to the footer.

The Point Of This

The goal with site structure optimization is to create an environment where the spiders will crawl the most important (and most easily optimized) content as early on the page as possible. This will give increased priority to the content that matters most.

Step Two: Content Optimization

Content optimization is, for our purposes here, the optimization of the wording and formatting of the page and site content to maximize its effect on a site's rankings. There are three defining principles to this stage:

* Keyword density counts
* The formatting of content matters
* Overall site relevancy helps

So let's discuss these in order:

Keyword Density

Keyword density is essentially the number of times the keywords are used on your page relative to the total number of words on the page. If you had a page that was 1000 words in total and you used your keyword 100 times you would have a keyword density of 10% (this is way too high by the way).

The optimal keyword density generally seems to hover around the 3 to 5% range. Of course the optimal level fluctuates with the algorithm however it's been a long time since I've seen it leave this range. You will find sites that rank with higher and lower densities than this. Keyword density is not the only factor (or how easy would an SEO's job be?).

If you want to check your density against the densities of your main competitors there are a number of tools you can use to do this.

* Beanstalk's Keyword Density & Rank Checking Tool
* SEO Chat Keyword Density Tool
* Keyword

The Formatting Of Content

Content in header tags as well as bold, italic, anchor text and other formatting options increases the weight this text carries. Now, this doesn't mean to run out and bold every instance of your keywords in your content but rather to make use of this as you are trying to draw the visitor's eye to the important content on your pages. Logically enough, if you are targeting a phrase on the search engines then it is highly likely that you will end up wanting to draw the visitor's eye to these keywords periodically on the page. This is more about usability and conversions than anything else. If a visitor enters our site using the term "seo services" we want to make sure that they find this phrase quickly when they land on the page. This will make the visitor feel more comfortable and help them more quickly find the content they are looking for.

If a page we are working on has an overall keyword density of 4% we would target to attain roughly 25 - 30% of this in some sort of formatting outside of the standard of the site. That said, the visitor is more important than the engines and if doing this will take away from the visual appeal of the site then it is not recommended. We can make up any loss in other areas.

Overall Site Relevancy

The relevancy of your entire site is going to impact the rankings of an individual page. If your entire site is about mortgages for example, you're going to find it easier to rank for related phrases than if you have a general site with a single page about mortgages. This is because the cohesion of content among the pages of your site builds the overall relevancy of the site to that topic. If we think about it, when Google is trying to determine if a searcher if likely to find what they're looking for on a site are they likely to believe a site with a single page on a topic is going to give the searcher the information they're looking for or are they more likely to assume that a site with many pages on a topic is going to prove more useful to the searcher?

So we'll resurrect the overused saying "content is king". Many pages on one topic will fare better than many pages on different topics.

Step Three: Link Baiting

The next step (and an ongoing one at that) is link baiting. Link baiting, as we discussed in our article on the topic, is the development of content/tools/etc. for your website with the primary function of attracting links to that page or to another page on the site.

Link baiting can be something as simple as a blog where updates are posted on a topic that others would want to link to (you're of course going to have to market your blog to get these posts found so they work as link bait). Link bait can also be created in the form of tools, contests, humorous stories or cartoons, or really anything you can dream up that would inspire someone to link to your site. SEOMoz's Rand Fishkin managed to make his proposal to the lovely Geraldine link bait.

While most link bait doesn't inspire links being built directly to the homepage of the site they do work to build internal links which boost overall site strength as well as to build links to internal page which might themselves rank for phrases.

Link baiting is an ongoing process. You don't simply build some link bait, get some links and move on. The more often you develop content that others link to the more often people will visit your site, the more content they will find and the more new links they will build. You will also want to test out different methods for marketing your link bait: Press releases, articles, blog feeds, etc. People won't simply find your bait because you built it, you need to inform the world that it is there.

Step Four: Link Building

Ahh link building, perhaps the single most discussed aspect of SEO out there and also the topic shrouded in the most confusion. Do reciprocal links still hold value? Is it worth my time to post to forums from a link building perspective? Are articles really worth the time they take to write and submit? The short answer to all of these questions is "yes" but with conditions (isn't there always a snag?)

Never wanting to give advice I wouldn't take myself, Beanstalk applies a minimum of 3 different link building methods for each client. Now, exactly which methods we use for link building depends on the client, the type of site, and a number of other factors but the core reason that we use at least three different link building methods is the same for all: one link building method may increase or decrease in value with an algorithm shift. The sites that tend to skyrocket and plummet with algorithm shifts are those that use a limited number of tactics and thus aren't safeguarded against changes in the way rankings are calculated. Sites that use multiple techniques are better shielded from these adjustments. And so you are left to ponder, which link building tactics will work for my site?

The link building methods you choose now are not set in stone nor should they be. Should you choose to go with three different link building tactics and settle on reciprocal link building, directory submissions and articles you are not locked into this forever. I generally recommend getting some of the easiest out of the way first. Directory submissions are a no-brainer and should be part of virtually every promotion so they make a good first round. If there are a lot of related sites in your industry (say, if you're a real estate agent) then reciprocal link building makes a fairly simple second tactic to employ. Now, let's be clear on reciprocal links. Reciprocal link building is not dead but it has been brought back to what it should be - an actual vote for a site. A link exchange between the mortgage site noted above and the Beanstalk site would hold little value for either of us. The sites aren't relevant. That said, a reciprocal link between said mortgage site and a real estate broker would make sense to both the visitors and the search engines and thus, it is a good candidate.

So you've launched in with two link building tactics, let's assume you decide to try your hand at publishing and submitting an article next. First you're going to need to accumulate information and check around to see what editors are publishing and people are asking. This should (and likely will) lead you to forums. While you're there you might as well answer some of the questions people are asking that you'll be writing about. This is a good test of your material (but please, make sure your comments actually answer people's questions and aren't blatant ads - I visit a number of forums daily and nobody likes the ads and they don't stay posted for long). So you're in the forums gathering information and answering questions while writing your article (which has added a fourth link building method into the mix), now you've got your article published. The next step is to submit it.

A few simple searches on your favorite search engine will provide long lists of sites that publish articles, you'll simply need to create an account and submit it. I recommend setting up Google Alerts to email you with a random sentence from your article. This will allow you to monitor where it's being picked up and, of course, make sure the credits are in place.

So there you are, you've already employed four different link building tactics (and we're not even including link baiting in this total). From this stage you need to keep on each of them to insure your link counts continue to climb but you can relax a bit and move on to Step Five.

Step Five: Social Media

The use of social media for SEO purposes is a fairly recent evolution in the community. While the links from social networking sites themselves do hold value, the larger purpose of social media from an SEO perspective is the effect that it will have on personalized search results. I wrote a very length article on personalization and so I won't repeat all of the details here (if you're so inclined you can read it after this. It's titled, "Personalization & The Death Of SEO").

Now, using social media as a traffic and SEO tool is a highly specialized area. To keep posted on this ever-changing field I recommend reading Neil Patel's blog on social media marketing. In his blog he covers a lot more than social media as an SEO tool but I won't get into that in this article.

Aside from the links themselves social media holds one basic function for SEO's - building relevancy. Google, in their personalization-related patent applications, has been very clear that they will be looking at community and group similarities when personalizing search results. If I like site x then it is likely that if it shows up for a different search I will find it useful again. That is the current state of personalization. It is clear it is going to go further than this and evolve into a situation where the results will run on assumptions such as, if I like site x and my friend Jim likes site x then if Jim, on a different search, like site y - chances are that I will like site y if I run the same search. Now, this doesn't work well in a micro, two-person universe however when the technology evolves to the point where the patterns of millions of users can be analyzed effectively the results will likely yield quite significant shifts in rankings. But what does this have to do with social media?

Social media is user-based votes wrapped into communities. If I find a site worth bookmarking in Digg and another SEO finds the same resource worth bookmarking, and so on - soon it can be assumed that people involved in SEO communities feel that a resource is worth saving and thus, that result will - when personalization evolves - rise in the rankings.

It is for this reason that social media is going to be an important factor in the ranking of websites down the road. This makes today the perfect day to get started; you don't want to be playing catch-up to the sites that are currently employing social media tactics now.

So, as you can see, I was not being altogether accurate in the title when I called them "Easy Steps". The tactics required to rank highly on Google can be complex and time consuming however the path itself is straight forward. If you are willing to spend the time it will take to do it right, success is virtually assured. If you are not, then prepare to make way for those who are.

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Wednesday, February 07, 2007

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Sunday, February 04, 2007

More traffic by v7n

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Friday, February 02, 2007

Top 10 tips on Adsense success

Ten Adsense tips
1) You should make your Adsense ads look as a part of your web page. They shouldn't look like an Ad. People are negative to advertising. They search the internet for content not ads. Especially Banners have a less of 0,5% response. Their days are over. Imagine if you have an Adsense ad looking like the typical Banner with different colors. It will not be profitable.

2) Text ads are better than image ads. Like before, people are more responsive to text than images. In a way it is considered as a part of the online document and is more clickable.

3) No Border ads. One of the best tricks is to erase the borders of Adsense ads and make them again having the same color with your website's background.

4) No other advertisements. The first reason is to be legitimate according to Google's Rules and the second more practical reason is that you do not want to distract your visitor's attention and go somewhere else without clicking your Adsense ads.

5) Placement. Even if you have the best Ad, people will not respond if they don't see it instantly. The best place to see the ad is the top of your web page and the next is aside your document's text. Visitors will click it more frequently since it will look like your text.

6) Traffic. Try to use legitimate ways of traffic. Some people use Google Adwords and other Pay per Click search engines. The problem here is to search very carefully for the right niche and keywords in order to make your campaigns profitable. Other ways is link popularity techniques like link exchange directories, software or even mass blog submission techniques. Don't use link farms and classifieds for that, because search engine's algorithms are extremely clever and they will ban your listings.

7) Do not rely on one website. Yes you can make money with one website but try to make as more as possible.

8) Relevant content is King. Articles are one of the best tactics to create huge websites that will be crawled by search engine's robots. Don't forget search engines exist to provide relevant content at first. One excellent resource to automate your article directory procedure is .You can create an article database in minutes which otherwise is time consuming and it would take you a week!

9) Use site maps. Google's site maps visit your site and crawl it much sooner that any other submission process. More information is here:

10) Relevant ads. It's one of the most important factors for Adsense success. If the internet user can't find relevant ad in your page he or she won't click the ad. Would you act differently? So it's critical to create relevant resource for your web page. In order to do that, you must do the following steps.

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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Earn writing a blog or website

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Thursday, January 25, 2007

Gain Free Search Engine Traffic from Squidoo

Excellent way to very easy drive hugh amout of traffic to your Adsense-enabled Flixya-video-site and lets you to earn more Adsense-money!

Squidoo is a site that allows users to create their own lenses by means of various modules. A great way to gain backlinks and increase the ranking of your videos in the search engines is to utilize Squidoo’s RSS module which will automatically aggregate from your video RSS feeds at specified intervals. This method has worked successfully with some of the top earners of the site and they have graciously offered to email us about it to share with everyone. After all the more traffic to Flixya, the more everyone on the site will benefit from.

Here is a quick example that took less than 10 minutes from start to finish

Below are the steps to boost your video traffic and Adsense earnings with Squidoo's service is easy to use and follow so you could probably skim over most of this. We wanted to provide extra details just in case.

Step 1
go to
and complete the fields
In the desired username field create a username related to what we are doing e.g. free videos, funny videos, viral videos, video money, video cash, video fun, video bookmarking, free video money, free videos, free video cash.
e.g word1-word2-word3
Then click on the Continue Button.
NOTE: after you have registered, you can do all the steps below now, or come back at a later date and update your lens as required, though I strongly suggest, you get it out of the way right now, once its done, you'll find you have a nice automated system of generating great backlinks to your videos on

Step 2.
Create a Squidoo Lens (this is like your profile)
Fill in this field "My lens is about"
use a descriptive term similar to the username you created
next page leave the option " I want to get the word out about " radio button checked.
(note: you can create many different Lenses from this main account)
Check your email and click on the confirmation link provided by
once you have clicked on this link, no go to the Make a Lens link top right of page.

Step 3.
Choose your squid link, make this the same as your title e.g funny-videos
Under the categories, choose the category that most suits your lens.
Check the Yes: My lens is family friendly and Office safe.

Step 4.
Choosing Keywords for your Videos
Preferably you would like to choose these keywords carefully, try focusing on less competitive keywords, test them in google first, try for keywords under 10,000,000 competing pages (ie. When you search for that key term see how many times it appears in top left) then enter the capture letters and click on the Done button.

Next. On the next page that appears, click on the Edit This Lens, Link.
This brings up your main lens info center, which is where you edit your lens
Start editing your bio, lens with images will do much better, add your photo and then edit your bio describing the purpose of this lens.

Now the GREAT part!
By Adding your user RSS video feed from, Squidoo will update the RSS feeds containing your Video links and descriptions at the time interval you set, this means, every time you add a bunch of videos to your Flixya account, these will gain backlinks automatically via this website. This is one of the Great Features of having your own Squidoo site. FREE backlinks and more traffic to your videos.
Next click on the RSS Add your own feeds Edit Button

In the Rss module, complete the fields as described here.
Give your Module a Title
Use the same as your Lens title

Give your module a sub title
Here expand on your above title using words similar to the title though not the same.

What URL would you like to pull RSS from?
here you enter your Members rss feed, example: replace rampante with your username.

How many headlines would you like to show?
= 15

Would you like to include an exerpt from each link in the feed?
Choose, everything available.

How frequently should the module be updated?
= 6 hours.

Would you like to display html in the Exerpt?

Then click on Save. Then Publish.

Now the absolute best thing is you can add as many RSS feed modules as you like, to get even more back links. The more the merrier! Once again Happy New Years!



SO if you never heard of these sites and the functionality - go sign up for them and get going!
Google Adsense

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Wednesday, January 17, 2007

AdSense Revenue Sharing Sites

This is a list of sites where AdSense publisher can use their own AdSense IDs to earn money. Note that AdMoolah does not endorse any of these sites. It’s your responsibility to thoroughly investigate the legitimacy of each site before handing over your AdSense ID to them.


Thursday, January 04, 2007

Adbrite invideo video player and advertising

I just saw the promo page of the new video solution/player that AdBrite are about to launch for bloggers and webmasters who want to use video on their sites and monetize it. It’s called ‘InVideo’ (beta) and it’s got some features that have me interested.

Here’s how they’re promoting it’s features:

Fully customizable video player, easy-to-use, and 100% free
Brand your videos with your own custom logo “watermark”
“Split-screen” ads engage users without interrupting viewing experience
Sharing features promote your site when your videos get “viral”
Earn money from your videos, even when they’re embedded into other peoples’ Web sites
There’s no word yet on what they’ll be paying for the ads but it looks like a service well worth testing if you’re using video on your blog.