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New: Free Ads with Google Adsense Revenue Sharing

After you pay for Houston plastic surgery why not advertise the results? You could probably use some extra cash as a way of subsidizing all that added beauty. So go ahead, advertise it and get paid for it at the same time:

1) Free Advertising with Google Adsense Revenue Sharing: You not only get to advertise for free, you get paid for it!

Unlike all those CGI classifieds sites, Free Advertising with Google Adsense Revenue Sharing is search-engine friendly. Your ad gets its own page, and the URL for that page has your ad title in it. For example, if you post your ad on March 4, 2007 and your ad title is “Free: Submit to 140+ Search Engines” then the page containing your ad will be http://fuelspace.com/2007/03/04/free-submit-to-140-search-engines/

And the search engines are instantly informed. The search engines immediately know about your advertisement. Your page is included in the Free Advertising with Google Adsense Revenue Sharing sitemap, which is crawled by Google and Yahoo on a daily basis. Also, every time someone posts a new ad, Free Advertising with Google Adsense Revenue Sharing pings numerous news services, telling them that new information has become available.

Free Advertising with Google Adsense Revenue Sharing is definitely a win-win opportunity.

2) You may post your free ads on yourads.costfreehost.com. Just register at the bottom of the home page.

Alternative to Google Adsense, YPN: Contextual Ad Network in Pre-launch


Looking for an alternative to AdSense and YPN?

Then be a FAN of the best alternative yet.

Join while you can. This Fair Ad offering is in pre-launch and after 10,000 publishers sign up, the offering will close while the program enters the beta phase. So get in there and accumulate referrals, because when one of your referrals makes $50, you get $4 — every time that particular referral makes $50.

Yes, if one of your referred publishers earns $200, you will earn $16, and the next time he makes $50, you will get another $4, and so on . .

And you earn similar money when you refer advertisers.

You will soon display pay-per-click contextual ads, rich media ads, interstitial ads, viral videos, and viral text links, to name a few . . .


Looking for an alternative to AdSense and YPN?

Then be a FAN of the best alternative yet.

Get Paid to Post and for Referrals and Share Adsense Revenue

Update http://www.webmastersroom.com recently changed the rules and kept at least some (if not all) of the money it owed for posts and referrals (they used to say that when you accumulated $5, you should PM the admin for payout). I emailed the admin about the changes and the money owed (small amounts add up when you have a lot of users). The admin was evasive and rude. (And I do not see why Google Adsense continues to advertise on his site.) In the forum, the admin claimed to have posted an announcement saying that pay-per-post was ending, but there is no evidence of that announcement now, and he should have emailed his users (because he really does send out emails from time to time, just not this time).

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This webmaster forum pays you for every post you make and pays you to refer new members. You also get a share of the Google Adsense Revenue.

You may advertise your websites, services, and referral/affiliate links, and you can sell ads and exchange links. The discussions cover most webmaster-related topics, such as PHP, search, CPC and CPM, affiliate networks, and marketing.

Google Adsense Ups Your Referral Earnings

According to numerous sources (and from what everybody is seeing in their Adsense accounts), Google has increased the Adsense referral conversion rates. Now you receive $5 when your referral makes their first $5 and then $250 when they make their first $100. This new system is two-tier: you make $5 and then $250 from each referral that earns $5 and then $250 within 180 days.

Everyone will now make a lot more money referring webmasters and bloggers to Google Adsense.

Free Web Hosting Forum With Adsense Revenue Sharing

You may add your free Web hosting offers and requests to the Free Web Hosting Forum (with Google Adsense revenue sharing). If you register with the forum and you have an Adsense ID, your Adsense ads will show up 50% of the time on your forum posts.

If you register with the Free Web Hosting Forum community and you have an Adsense ID, your ads will appear on your posts/contributions 50% of the time. During the registration process, you will be able to input your Adsense ID.

In your Adsense account, you can specify a custom channel to track and verify the revenue you generate on the Free Web Hosting Forum. You then input your channel ID when you register for the forum or when you edit your profile.

Adsense Revenue Sharing is Legitimate: From Senserely.com:

Are you wondering if Google allows for multiple AdSense accounts to be displayed on one website?

The short answer is: YES!

The long answer goes even further and the following answer has been sent to us by a Google representative after we sent them an email asking for clarification on Google’s position about ad revenue sharing through AdSense:

“I understand you’d like clarification regarding displaying ads on your web page that contains ads associated with another Google AdSense publisher.

“If your website is in compliance with our program policies (http://www.google.com/adsense/policies ) and you give others permission to display ads on your site, they may place their ad code along with other publisher’s ad code on the same page. You will, however, need to give permission to all those wishing to display ads on their website.”

The Best of Google Adsense Revenue Sharing

For the latest news about the easiest ways to make money from content you add to Google Adsense Revenue Sharing sites, see http://yourads.costfreehost.com/adsense-revenue-sharing-sites/.

Free Advertising with Adsense Revenue Sharing – Get Paid to Post Your Ads

Adsense Revenue Sharing is Legitimate: From www.senserely.com

Are you wondering if Google allows for multiple AdSense accounts to be displayed on one website?

The short answer is: YES!

The long answer goes even further and the following answer has been sent to us by a Google representative after we sent them an email asking for clarification on Google�s position about ad revenue sharing through AdSense:

“I understand you�d like clarification regarding displaying ads on your web page that contains ads associated with another Google AdSense publisher.

“If your website is in compliance with our program policies (http://www.google.com/adsense/policies ) and you give others permission to display ads on your site, they may place their ad code along with other publisher�s ad code on the same page. You will, however, need to give permission to all those wishing to display ads on their website.”

Google Adsense Revenue Sharing

For the latest news about the easiest ways to make money from content you add to Google Adsense Revenue Sharing sites, see http://yourads.costfreehost.com/adsense-revenue-sharing-sites/.

Quite a few forums, blog communities, article marketers, and news groups now help you place your own Google Adsense Ads on and within your contributions/posts.

Once you have your Google Adsense account, you can check out the forums, blog communities, article marketers, and news groups that do not require some minimum number of posts. They let you start making money right away. Here they are:

Free Advertising with Adsense Revenue Sharing — get paid to advertise

You may add your free Web hosting offers and requests to the Free Web Hosting Forum (with Google Adsense revenue sharing). If you register with the forum and you have an Adsense ID, your Adsense ads will show up 50% of the time on your forum posts.

If you register with the Free Web Hosting Forum community and you have an Adsense ID, your ads will appear on your posts/’contributions 50% of the time. During the registration process, you will be able to input your Adsense ID.

In your Adsense account, you can specify a custom channel to track and verify the revenue you generate on the Free Web Hosting Forum. You then input your channel ID when you register for this forum or when you edit your profile.

Google Affiliate Referrals Program

The Google Adsense program now features referrals. For the time being, you get up to $1.00 for referring customers to the Firefox Browser with Google Toolbar, and if you refer someone to Google Adsense, and they earn $100, you get $100. And “when a user signs up for Google AdWords through your referral and spends their first $100.00 in advertising, we’ll credit your account with $20.00.”

UPDATE: Google has increased the amounts you receive for referrals. See the update

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