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21 Ways to Increase your Text Link Ads Commissions

February 13, 2007 by  

Maki of Dosh Dosh has written a useful article to help you increase your Text Link Ads (TLA) commissions.

Some publishers find it easier to make money consistently from TLA than from AdSense because once you get an advertiser onboard; you’ll get paid a fixed amount as long as the advertiser continues to advertise on your blog.

TLA also offers $100 free links as a starter package for advertisers which appeals to them to try TLA.

The article goes into details on how you can increase your commissions by focusing your effort several areas such as

    TLA ad placement
    Preventing TLA banner blindness
    Promoting your TLA link
    How to recruit new publishers and advertisers successfully

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Comment by Azmeen
2007-02-15 11:07:56

One question; how long was it since you applied to join the TLA program until you got your first purchaser?

I joined TLA about two weeks ago and have yet to have anyone purchase a link from my site :(

 
Comment by Gaman
2007-02-15 12:58:20

I think in less than a month after I put TLA up on my blog.

 
Comment by Azmeen
2007-02-15 13:06:23

Thanks!

I’m much less worried now. Was beginning to think that my blog is somehow perceived to have little “commercial value”.

 
Comment by Undertypo
2007-02-16 07:59:10

Got one question here.

Text-Link-Ads consider which criteria to approve the blog?

 
Comment by Gaman
2007-02-18 00:52:00

It’s based on your content and traffic I think.

Most blogs will be approved if they meet the criteria but having an advertiser willing to purchase link from your blog is another matter.

 
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