Money Bloggers: I'm looking for link partners

Hey money bloggers, I'm extending an offer to you to get your website on my blogroll in return for mine on yours. If you're interested leave a comment with your URL and the title of your website. I'll post your link up as soon as I see the reciporical on your website. I will delete your link if your site doesn't get updated at least once every 60 days. Your site must be primarily in English, and primarily about money and finance.

Here are a few stats about P Morrow's Online Money.

Online Since: July 12, 2007
PageRank: 4
Alexa Rank: 500,000
Technorati Authority: 80+
A link to this site would be displayed as: P Morrow's Online Money with a link to

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Paid Social Media Programs to Earn You Some Money On the Side

There are ways to make money online without having to be locked into anything. Most of us just want to get in and get out with some money in our pockets. If that’s what you’re looking for, there are plenty of ways to do so. They require time, but they are all leisurely and do not require you to do things you don’t feel like doing. If you have any spare time at all, you can maximize that simply by getting paid small amount of money for doing what you want, when you want. Here are a list of websites which utilize this idea and value your service:

Dada - Social site with a revenue sharing program that pays you for referring friends and driving traffic.

Jyve - Pays you to provide answers, advice and peer support to people in need of some help.

Cruxy - Specializes in social video, but serves as a venue to sell your digital media.

BitWine - Get paid to give advice and answer questions for people, on subjects of your interests and choice.

Ether - Make money answering questions for your peers over the phone. You set your rates and call availability.

UpBlogger - Social network site that pays you based on the amount of visits you receive to your uploaded content.

JustAnswer - Help others solve their problems and earn money for your knowledge.

MetaCafe - Upload your videos and earn money based on the number of views you receive.

ChaCha - Get paid to offer support to members of their community.

AssociatedContent - Earn money by uploading your videos, text, audio and images to their site. Earnings are determined by the exposure you receive from your content.

myLot - Pays you for posting, commenting and using their social network.

KnowBrainers - Another site that pays you to get involved with the community and answer questions. Optionally you can answer questions through the RSS feeds on your own blog.

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Agloco: The Money Maker of the Future?

If you've explored ways to make money online through other websites than your own, you're sure to have ran into a little site called Agloco.

Actually, Agloco isn't small at all. Alexa currently ranks it just above 2,000. They're also on the verge of going public. Their goal at the minute is to get listed on the LSE (London Stock Exchange). If and when that does happen, all of your shares which can be earned today can be converted into cash. Agloco has gone viral all over the internet, with millions of individuals recruiting others in order to gain referral money. The product itself is a toolbar which reads what you do while you're online. Then, your time spend online (which is currently maxed at 5 hours a month) gets converted into shares, which gets converted into cash based on the sales the Agloco toolbar generates that month. Their platform is that the toolbar 'gives the individual a share of the internet' and 'economizes' it. In other words, you get a piece of their earnings: something most other big sites don't ever do.

Little known is that Agloco was previously known as 'AllAdvantage'. This website paid out more than 100 million dollars to their customers, so they aren't kidding around.

When Agloco goes public, you'll want to get your credit for helping them make their profits.

Sign up for Agloco (removed because Agloco has folded!)

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Making your website visible via PageRank

I have discontinued this program out of speculation that it will hurt my PageRank. For all who exchanged links with me in this program, I apologize. I recommend that you too remove the list.

Here are a few articles on how to boost your traffic:

Adam Ginsberg on the Top Ways of Driving Traffic To Your Website

Increase the Number of Posts Read by a Given Visitor

Website Promotion: Article Marketing

Ad to Content Ratio For Your Blog (and traffic tips)

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Your Guide to Making Money with Adsense: Part II

Although all of the ads are text ads, there are currently four layout options to select from. And although all four ad styles can be effective, the “skyscraper” ads placed toward the top right side of your page or the “Leaderboard” ads placed at the top of the page generally will provide a higher click-through rate than the other two styles.

However, each page is different and will produce different results. For this reason, you may want to test your pages and display the style that produces the highest click-through rate.

You are probably thinking the more links the increased likelihood that someone will click on the link, but the opposite is usually true. If a visitor visits your site/blog only to be inundated by ads, the likelihood that the visitor will stay on your site dramatically decreases. The visitor is looking for good content/information about the topic they are interested in, they don't want to see a slew of ads.

Another interesting placement of the ads comes with the Adsense for Content Link Unit. Reports have been made that a horizontal link unit below the banner does extremely well. What this sounds like, however, is that the user is confused into thinking the Ad unit is a menu for your website. This could have positive or negative results, however what is clear is that it yields strong profits and is in fact labeled by Google. Your call whether this will be a good idea. You should take notice that I am currently trying out this technique.

Some small pieces of useful advice:

Add a picture next to each Adsense ad. Choose some small pictures that are related to the subject of your blog/site and add them next to each Adsense ad in order to draw the viewer’s attention to an image which is clearly not an ad. This way the ads really blend into your site/blog.

Switch your account to the Onsite Advertiser Sign-Up setting. What this will do is remove the text below the ad which reads ‘Advertise on this Site’. Most people reading your ads will not be advertisers, they will be readers. Removing this text will make your ads blend in more – and this a higher Click-through rate (CTR). On the other end, advertisers to your website use Google Adwords to target their ads to your site. To sum it up, all the ‘Advertise on the Site’ button is meant for is to get more advertisers to sign up for Adwords.

I hope you enjoyed this edition of Adsense tips. Come back soon as I will go further into detail on ways to manually make money online via a website or blog.

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