As bloggers, we are spoilt for choice. So many new ads programme are launched recently like [tag]TextLinkAds[/tag], [tag]Performancing [/tag]and now,[tag] ReviewMe[/tag]. In my humble opinion, we, the bloggers and publishers have plenty of money earning opportunities look forward to.
I am doing well with TextLinkAds so far and really encourage bloggers with their own domain and hosting to sign up and be put on their review lists. It doesn’t matter if your application is rejected because in due time, TLA will approve it. *grins innocently and points to banner below, psst…you can sign up from there*
Then, Performancing came up with another attractive ads programme. So far, I don’t have much luck with it but since it is fairly new, I shall just wait patiently like everyone else. Performancing and TLA are under the same guy so I have faith it will go far eventually. Performancing is almost like TLA but it caters to a wider range of bloggers, including Blogspot and all the other free blogs provider.
Now, folks, do keep an eye on ReviewMe. It will be launched on Nov. 9. I am going to sit through the night if I have to, so that I can get in as the first few early birds. LOL.
When we launch, weâ€™re going to give away $25K USD. Hereâ€™s how: every new blogger accepted into the ReviewMe network will immediately have the opportunity to earn cash by reviewing ReviewMe itself. This gives new reviewers a chance to see exactly how our system works, and helps spread the word about ReviewMe, too (good or bad). This offer will be in effect until we have paid out $25,000 total for reviews.
Of course, I am not going to submit this blog which is less than 2 months old. I will most probably find a niche blog and submit it. Remember that we have an advantage if our blog is ‘older’ in terms of domain ownership, better page ranking and have a niche topic with lots of content. Like they say, Content is King. The rage now is in linking, i.e. companies looking for people to link and mention them. So, that makes us bloggers very busy writing for money, eh?