The next evolution in paid advertising is here.

Native ads are one of the biggest growth areas for traffic acquisition.

Almost all big name publishers use native ads now for monetization: Huffington Post, Sports Illustrated, People Magazine, Washington Post, ESPN, etc.

Big brands understand “banner ad blindness” and are turning to native ads that look like articles to promote their brands and products.

Studies show a higher percentage of website visitors couldn’t differentiate a native ad from a related post article.

You can now replicate a native ads arbitrage business with step-by-step know-how in ArbiCash.

This is a lucrative paid traffic model with no products required.

Simply create and publish the native ads, buy the clicks (super cheap traffic for pennies), get paid on positive difference for clicks on your site, and scale your business up for more income. The sky is the limit here!

Jeff Hunt developed this simple system that generated him $10,000 in his first month in profit and $28,000 by the fourth month of running the system!

People would love to have this business model, but are you ready to fork over $1,997 to $3,000+ just to get the training to learn this business?

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Commission Sumo

What’s the secret to higher conversions?

Sell the person exactly what they want and need.

Exactly when they need it.

It’s not rocket science, but until now it’s been difficult to really target multiple offers on your blog.

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With this new WP technology, you can automatically have the right ads shown to the right people with TRUE contextual advertising, instantly.

Commission Sumo lets you place contextual ads throughout your blog.

Choose your keyword or phrase and what you want to happen when someone mouses over.

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[+] Videos
[+] Calls-To-Action

Best of all, it is 100% set-and-forget.

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ClickBank Ad Rotator

We all know AdSense doesn’t pay as well as it used to. My earnings have dropped over 75% over the last 2 years and if you have AdSense ads on any of your websites I’m sure you have seen similar results.

Well that is about to change.

Over the last 6 months John Thornhill has been working alongside Dave Nicholson and Daniel Sumner on an ad system that can out-perform Google AdSense, they have spent over $10,000 developing and perfecting this system and the result is something that can outperform Google AdSense every time.

This is also something that has never been seen before, while there are similar ad systems on the marketplace there are none that can deliver as much as ClickBank Ad Rotator. This system uses the whole ClickBank Marketplace and is also so simple to use. If you can copy/paste you can use this system, it really is that easy.

The concept is really quite simple. All the ads you create are embedded with your ClickBank affiliate ID. If someone clicks on an ad then buys the product advertised you get paid a commission. Unlike Google AdSense the ads are keyword driven so there is no danger of your site displaying irrelevant ads. This happens a lot with AdSense.

So for example if you had a weight loss website and used the keyword’ ‘weight’ and ‘loss’ you would only display products containing both those keywords.

The ads can be fully customized to reflect the look of your website, you can change the font, font colors, font size, border colors and styles, you can also choose the exact size of ads you require by title length, description length, word length, ad number, width, height, orientation etc.

But the real beauty of these ads is you get paid per sale and not per click. Why get paid a pathetic 10 cents for an ad click when you could be earning over $50 per sale as an affiliate.

Allow me to give you an example.

Let’s say you use ClickBank Ad Rotator and you promote a $97 product offering 60% commissions that converts at only 3% (3% is a low conversion rate). Let’s say over time you get 100 clicks. At a 3% conversion this would mean on average you get 3 sales as an affiliate that would earn you over $150.

Now login to your AdSense account and see what you earned for your last 100 clicks. Probably around $10–$20.

This is so simple but so effective and I’m sure you want to get your hands on this incredible software. Well all you need to do is visit this link for more information.

Amazon releases all-new Amazon Widgets.

Posted September 21st, 2007 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Contextual Advertising

The Amazon Associates program has launched Amazon Widgets. Amazon Widgets are small, visually dynamic, easily configurable tools that allow you to feature products from Amazon on your website, blog or social networking pages. In as little as one minute you can populate a widget with your favorite Amazon products, your comments about those products, and select from a set of color and layout themes to match both your mood and website.

Widgets are an extension to the classic Associate Links offerings and likewise, you can earn referral fees of up to 10% on these new widgets.

These are the types of widgets available:

Slideshow: Pick your favorite images from the Amazon catalog and present them as a stylish slideshow. Showcase your favorite CD cover art, present recently read books, or even reveal your favorite breakfast cereals. Slideshow also lets you overlay your comments on the selected images.

My Favorites: Express yourself by recommending and commenting on your favorite products from Amazon. This widget lets everyone know how you feel and what you like by showing product images, information and your own comments.

Quick Linker: Quickly build links to products on Amazon without having to visit Associates Central. By inserting a set of custom HTML tags as you write your content, you can quickly link to products on Amazon. For example, typing “Harry Potter” would link to a Search Results page on Amazon for the term “Harry Potter”. This is a great new tool that will be handy for all Associates and bloggers that write their own content.

Wish List: Display your Amazon Wish List on your site and let friends, family, and others know what you want.

Product Cloud: Take tag clouds or word clusters one step further by showing Product Clouds. Product Clouds engage site visitors by displaying product titles that are relevant to the content of the page in a cloud or cluster with the most popular product bolded. Site visitors can click on the title to directly visit the product page on Amazon.

Amazon Unbox Video Previewer: Show movie studio and TV network previews for a wide range of new release and classic movies or television shows available from the Amazon Unbox video download service. Users can select by attributes, such as genre, for previews they want to show on their websites.

You can see all of the above widgets in action on the Associates blog.

The AdSense Advantage

Phew! Matt Callen must have felt vindicated when one of his customer, Arbhishek Agrawal, e-mailed him from nowhere to say he made $9127.75 in AdSense income for this January! So he quickly wrote this e-book, The AdSense Advantage, and just distributed it on Thursday to spread the testimonial on the use of HyperVRE Gold (commercial version).

Of course, we are eager to learn and celebrate of yet another new formula and at the same, want to be careful with all the excitement surrounding the report and give some objective thought as to how popular the method can be accepted by the masses.

On first impression, the method is akin to what John Reese once described as a ‘braindump’ method; that is, “you fling a bucket of mud towards a wall and hope that a few good patches stick to it.” We are referring to pg. 16 of the report where Arbhishek uploaded 300 sites, removed 100 non-performing ones and ended up with 200 good ones.

Another highlight of the report is Arbhishek need not register every single domain for each site. If he did, that would be quite expensive, but it only means 2 things:

1) He had no intention to build opt-in leads.
2) Without opt-ins, there was no intention to build online businesses.

As a result, he only used 2, 3 domains (read the e-book to find out how and why). Google has already successfully clamp down on AdSense sites, thus there is no way the spiders are going deep to index those pages. He couldn’t possibly link to them from the index page either…which brings us to how Arbhishek drew tons of visitors to his sites.

Answer: AdSense arbitrage, but it’s not what you think.

He used PPC, but not AdWords. Guess what? Yahoo! Search Marketing.

Fantastic loophole while it lasts! Why? Google had been trying to maintain the standards of its AdWords/AdSense programs with the implementation of smart pricing, Google slap and landing page score. Whatever activities you do with these programs are closely monitored…

…Whereas Yahoo! Publisher Network, its version of AdSense, is still in its infancy. You can draw PPC traffic from Yahoo! to click ads on your AdSense sites simply because Yahoo! has no sense of landing page score, as yet.

This is a pretty interesting situation. The quality of those clicks may not be good as they seem, but as long as Arbhishek’s AdSense account is not banned, he’s not complaining. He paid for his PPC traffic, and Yahoo! raises both its hands and say, “It’s not my fault.”

It will be a matter of time before Google has no choice but to knock on Yahoo’s door and go in as a courteous guest…and as you know, these 2 companies are rivals.

Before that happens, here is what’s in it for you. We have to reiterate, Arbhishek is NOT building a business, by which we mean there’s no sense of giving value to whoever patronizes you. The AdSense Advantage contains a formula for your benefit and it’s yours only. The process requires you to take MASSIVE action while the good times roll. We have read about other AdSense methods that are, by comparison, beautiful and elaborate. This one is quick and dirty as hell.

If you have previously bought a ton of AdSense templates (we know some of you have bought from us) and feel that you are not optimizing your efforts on them, it’s your no. 1 priority to read The AdSense Advantage and not waste another second. If you have been pursuing AdSense, consider this a must-read to be informed. There is a glaring loophole you can’t miss, and we have just explained it!

AdSense Arbitrage

Here’s another AdSense arbitrage case study by Matt’s brother, Brad Callen. He compiled his report based on tips given by one of his Keyword Elite customers and threads from his KE forum. Interestingly, AdWords is involved, contrary to what we wrote above. The details of this free report is just as good, or better than any paid arbitrage product you’ll find.

We have a good list of high-paying keywords and 4 secrets for your consideration to building potentially lucrative sites that will bring in the traffic and clicks.

99 High Paying Keywords: The Secret Is Out!
5 Money-On-Demand Secrets To Creating Great AdSense Sites
How To Use Keyword Lists To Profit From AdSense

Also, the latest news from Google is you can now better target your AdSense ads, and de-emphasize the parts of the web page that are not relevant to the topic! The method is found right here.