Sunday, February 26, 2006

PPC Alternative to Adwords

Feb 26, 2006 - Linknet Marketing News - Contextual Advertising technology from will maximize your advertising dollar by displaying your advertisement only on relevant web pages. By matching your targeted keywords to content-rich affiliate sites, PremierAd can deliver highly targeted contextual ads that go well beyond search engine results. CPC, CPM basics, Advertisers can control ROI with a simple code copy and paste onto lead page to check for orders or just traffic.

Earn up to 75% of PPC Revenue - pays webmasters up to 75% of advertising revenues to place contextual ads on their websites or blogs.

Contextual Advertising Technology allows visitors to enjoy the content of the website and bring generous earnings to webmasters at the same time. will pay webmasters up to 75% of the advertising revenues to place contextual ads on their websites or bogs. Payments are sent in 15 days bi-weekly schedule min payout $25, Paypal, Check (Wire for bigger amounts). Webmasters can select from a wide range of advertisements such as Text Banners, Graphic Banners, Pop ups, and XML feed to host on websites or blogs.

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

AdSense Info and Tips

If you're into AdSense sites, or if you are considering trying to earn revenue using Adsense, here is a very helpful forum thread you should check out

Adsense Forum Thread

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Google de-indexes BMW, lets them back in almost immediately

Feb 9, 2006 - Linknet Internet News - This was a move that has to get even the most loyal Google lovers shaking their heads. Early this week Google "punished" BMW by removing from their index because they were using questionable tactics to get traffic. The de-indexing was revealed on Matt Cutts blog on Saturday, Feb 4.

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By Tuesday Feb 7, BMW had been sufficiently contrite and the site was let back in.

According to Cutts: "I appreciate BMW’s quick response on removing JavaScript-redirecting pages from BMW properties. The webspam team at Google has been in contact with BMW, and Google has reincluded in our index."

How convenient. Google makes a point and impresses the adoring masses. Meanwhile BMW gets a ton of free publicity, is labelled as a good guy after all, and the SEO team takes the blame.

Smells like a pretty obvious PR ploy by Google.

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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Many Interesting Articles

More than a year ago I set up a number of theme-specific article sites where articles and product announcements in specific categories can be posted. Three of them have been gradually building traffic, and the number of posted articles has been steadily growing.

The busiest is with a wide cross section of articles in categories such as Health, Real Estate, Marketing, etc.

Another that is gaining ground is where the focus is on Marketing and Search Engine topics, although there is also a broad enough selection of categories to satisfy most people.

The third most popular is Trade Show Tips. This site is quite a bit narrower and focuses on trade show marketing.

Who should post at these sites?

Anybody who wants to gain some exposure for your products or ideas should post articles. It's easy and free.