Another reason to be exclusive Nuffnang publisher – Nuffnang Glitterati

Gosh, after I published my last post minutes ago, I got this email from Nuffnang about Nuffnang Glitterati. People may think that I have timed it to coincide with the mail but it is NOT.

Anyway, now bloggers have even more reasons to be exclusive Nuffnang publisher. Being exclusive has it perks. Here are some of them :

1) CPC – You get paid a minumum 25 cents per click instead of 15 cents.

2) CPM – You are a set A band which earns more.

3) You get faster payment.

4) You get to pimp your blog on Innit. (trust me, Innit does drive traffic to me when I bother to ping)

5) And this is the most lucrative part – You get a chance to do advertorials. If you have not heard of it, it is our Made-In-Malaysia pay per post. I got a few and that’s how I earn thousands of Ringgit in my Nuffnang income.

There are more exclusive benefits but I am bad with interpreting numbers and percentage so why not head over to Nuffnang and read them yourself?

So, are you in or are you out?

See how you can become an exclusive Nuffnanger :

How do I apply for the Nuffnang Gliterrati club?

You do not need to apply and will automatically be included as a Nuffnang Gliterrati as long as you do NOT have any ads from any other ad network that originates from South East Asia. Our crawlers will automatically include your blog in the club within 48 hours.

Note that if an ad from another ad network is placed on your blog at any time, our crawlers will pick it up within 48 hours and you will automatically be removed from the program.

Easy, right? Just ditch the rest (e.g. grabmyads,nufflets,advertlets), especially the one who caused your site to be redirected. Muahahar…I am evil. But you know that already!

What are your thoughts on this move?

Post Author: lilian

13 thoughts on “Another reason to be exclusive Nuffnang publisher – Nuffnang Glitterati

    Danny Foo

    (January 7, 2008 - 6:09 pm)

    Talk about trying to monopoly the market. But I do have but 1 question.

    What if the blogger has more than 1 blog and only 1 blog is dedicated to Nuffnang? Does the bloggers still qualify?

    I find that a bit of a loophole in some scenario. :\


    (January 7, 2008 - 6:27 pm)

    Monopoly is exactly the word!


    (January 7, 2008 - 6:31 pm)

    Monopolizing is what every comps. intend to do, so It’s normal. However I’m curious since I’m not a Innit user, how good are traffics coming from innit.nuffnang to sites. Your blog perhaps?


    (January 7, 2008 - 6:33 pm)

    it’s easy for someone who has millions of visit to be exclusive member of nuffnang and earn so much…
    for people like me, can only squeeze every penny from every likely source.
    wa eh an zhua le?


    (January 7, 2008 - 7:16 pm)

    Sounds like a really good deal, although I’m not really a friend of putting all eggs in one basket. Blame my paranoia.


    (January 7, 2008 - 8:46 pm)

    Webpark – We don’t have to put all our eggs into one basket. There is Adsense and so many other options. But locally, to be frank, only one or two companies deliver so if we stick to one, it will gives more benefits than spreading out. I have explained that in a previous post.

    medicboyz – Some of my blogs only got 20 or even no traffic at all. LOL. So, no lah, no need millions of visits.

    hongkiat – To get innit traffic, we need to use some dramatic description. It is more than PPP because Innit has Singapore readers as well. It is good because we can expand the horizon to kiasuland. LOL.

    karthik – Yeah, just like Google.

    Danny – I think it goes by per blog, not the blogger.


    (January 7, 2008 - 9:17 pm)

    wow what a great time too.. I just got an advert opportunity from NN on one of my blogs, I just reached $50 on Advertlets, so its a good time to ditch it fully, and i cant wait to see what NN has to offer come 13 Jan


    (January 9, 2008 - 2:44 pm)

    Just wonder if there is anti-competition-law in Malaysia? Wonder if this is against the law? Anyway, I’m already exclusive. :) I dislike others becuase they cause my page loads very slowly.


    (January 9, 2008 - 3:10 pm)

    suzette – LOL, it is free will. Up to the publishers to choose, not a death sentence mah. Google also do it wor, no contextual ads, no Yahoo. And Yahoo says no Google.

    sherizan – Hope there are less publisers and more ads for us. Hahaha, but I think Nuffnang wants the opposite.

    Ginn Wei

    (January 11, 2008 - 2:40 am)

    The only reason that keeps most of the publishers from being Nuffnang-exclusive is there is no guarantee that your blog will get advertisement every week. This Gliterrati certainly has many benefits like better pays but if there’s no ads, all the benefits mean nothing. If only this new thing can guarantee ads every week or at least 3 weeks a month, I’m sure it’ll be a huge success.


    (January 11, 2008 - 2:52 am)

    Ginn Wei – LOL, so far, I think none of the ads companies ever have such promises of ‘guarantee to make money’. So, in the end, it is pretty much a personal decision and a risk bloggers have to take.


    (January 20, 2008 - 8:36 pm)

    Can anyone become a member of NN, or is membership limited to certain countries. And does your blog have to be established, can a new blog be considered…

    […] best for you because it depends on the kind of traffic you get. However, you may want to go with Nuffnang Glitterati because a blog can only take so many ads so do not overload with too many local ads. Blogs with too […]

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