Entrecard's Cashout Service Now Live

Friday, April 17, 2009 · 11 comments

Entrecard's Cashout service is now live as of April 17, 2009. If you want to participate in this service, log in to your account and in your dashboard there is a link where you will sign up for this. You will be asked to enter your personal detail and don't forget to indicate your Paypal email address. Application is still subject for approval, so you have to wait for them to approve it before you can cash out.. I have already sign up for the service and I can't wait to make money from all the credits I accumulated.

Receive Notification from Adsense

Wednesday, April 1, 2009 · 9 comments

If your are an existing Adsense publisher , you may now opt to receive email notification about specific messages like event invitations, information about webinars, and personalized account suggestions from the adsense team. Adsense has a new email notification option preference added on the adsense account. You can set notification preferences by accessing your Google adsense account.


Tuesday, March 31, 2009 · 4 comments

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Adsense Video Units To Be Discontinued

Friday, March 27, 2009 · 5 comments

Starting end of April this year Google has announced the retirement of the Youtube video adsense unit.It also announced that starting March 27, the option to apply for the video units will not be available to new publishers. Although the video units will be retired, publishers who signed up for image ads will still be seeing be video ads. So if you are signed up for Youtube adsense video unit , you may start removing the ads and allocate those valuable ad space for other type of advertisement units.

SOURCE: Inside Adsense Blog

AdSense on Twitter

Wednesday, March 25, 2009 · 2 comments

Google has just announced that Adsense is now on Twitter. To get fresh updates about product news, optimization tips, interesting links, upcoming events follow Adsense on Twitter.

Interest Based Ads Questions - Answered

Monday, March 23, 2009 · 3 comments

If you are wondering how the new Google's interest based advertising feature will affect bloggers and publishers , here's some of the answers from the latest blog posting from the Adsense blog.

Paid Advertising on Entrecard Soon

Tuesday, March 17, 2009 · 3 comments

Entrecard has announced recently that it will launch a third party network ads, which means Entrecard will be accepting advertisedment for cash. The ad service will used the 125x125 ad format and will be sold as run of network, or targeted by category, for a low CPM rate to be announced soon. With this announcement Entrecard will be opening 50% of its daily impression to third party advertisers. What this means to members is that when a member buys an ad for his site or blog only 50% of the impression will be his, while the other 50% will be for the advertisers. Although the maximum is still 100% impression as stated on their blog, This will only be true if there is no third pary ad booked for a given category on a given day.

There is a also a cash out service where members can exchange credits for cash. When this service become available, members can exchange their credits for cash right from their dashboard.

Google Launched Interest Based Ads

Wednesday, March 11, 2009 · 7 comments

Google has announced the launched of interest based ads. With interest based ads, users will be served with ads that is related to their interests. This will be based on pages you are currently viewing. Users can also add interests by using the Google ads preference page. This may be a good thing because users can tailor the ads they will see according to their interest but still its one way that Google can track users online behavior.

Adsense To Be Integrated with Google Analytics?

Monday, March 9, 2009 · 5 comments

I was reading a blog post on the Adsense blog about the adsense for content bug that was recently fixed. I haven't even noticed that there was a bug until I read the post. The bug causes non-relevant ads to appear on your blogs or site. Although clicks and impression will still be credited if visitors clicked on your ads. The bug was fixed already so nothing to worry about.

You may have noticed my post title, 'Adsense To Be Integrated with Google Analytics', its not even related to the adsense bug. Well yes , but when I was reading the adsense post, there is a paragraph just above the post with a link to a from as shown below.

Want to integrate your AdSense account with Google Analytics? Fill out our interest form, and we may be able to enable the feature earlier for you.

It says that Google is planning to integrate Adsense with Analytics. If that is the case that will be a nice feature. So if you want to be the first to be integrated go here and answer the form.

Google Adsense Expandable Ads

Thursday, March 5, 2009 · 4 comments

If you are a current adsense publisher you may be glad to know that Google adsense has introduced expandable ads. Expandable ads are rich media ads that expands beyond the size of the original ad when a user initiated an action such as when a user click the ad. If you are an existing adsense publisher, rich media ads are already integrated on your existing ad code if you enabled image ads during the set up. Expandable ads are the same with other Google adsense units that is they are CPC or CPM based ads. Earnings are generated when a user visit the advertiser's landing page and not when a user just simply click to expand the the rich media ad.

Google Rich media ads are covered with the following Google policy

  • Ads will expand only after a user clicks and interacts with the ad.

  • Mouseovers or rollovers won't trigger the ad, in order to prevent accidental expansions.

  • An expandable ad won't expand more than double its width or height.

  • Once expanded, the ad will appear as a layer over the page content so that your content will not be modified or shifted in any way.

  • The user may close the expanded panel at any time.

  • All expandable ads must comply with our standard AdWords image ad policies.

To learn more click here.

Make Money With ShareAPic

Wednesday, February 18, 2009 · 6 comments

If you are a budding amateur photographer just like me, you can earn money with your photos. I just found this site where you can upload unlimited photos with no file size restrictions. But the good thing is, you can also make money with your uploaded photos. For every 1000 page views of your photo, ShareAPic pays its members $.22. You can also earn by referring members to the site. For every member you refer, you can earn 10% from their image views forever.You can also add your Bidvertiser ad codes on your profile. One more thing that I liked about this site is that they are not very strict on what photos you can upload as long as it adheres to their clean content policy, unlike stock photo site where you still have to pass screening for your photos. So if you are a hobby photographer you can try this site to earn money from your photos

My Top Entrecard Droppers

Thursday, February 12, 2009 · 3 comments

Here's my top entrecard droppers for this period. Ever since I joined Entrecard, my blog traffic has considerably increased. Joining entrecard has really helped a lot with my blog's traffic. Thanks guys. Keep on dropping.

Make Money with Tagfoot

Monday, February 9, 2009 · 2 comments

Tagfoot is a social tagging, bookmarking and wishlisting site where you can add various contents. You can bookmark your favorite news sites, add photos, add wish list and others. There are many bookmarking sites in the Internet. Digg, furl, magnolia the list goes on, but what sets tagfoot from the rest is that you can earn extra money while you're using it. Yes you can earn money while bookmarking.

How You Earn Money
Tagfoot shares revenues thru adsense and Amazon. A 50/50 ad-sharing scheme is implemented. That is 50 percent of the time your ad will appear and other 50 percent will be Tag foot’s ad. You can also earned by referring friends to Tagfoot. When you refer someone to Tagfoot 50/25/25 ad sharing scheme is implement. Your referred member earn 25% is yours and the next 25$ is Tagfoot's earning. New members are not automatically signed up to the program. As their FAQ states, inclusion in the program is not automatic, it is a privilege not an entitlement. Before being accepted to the program, you will have to submit at least 10 of everything, that is 10 bookmarks, 10 videos, 10 photos, 10 wishlist and 10 news articles. After you have done that you can just send an email to support requesting for inclusion in the program. With Amazon sharing, after you completed the 10 of everything, you will have to place a wishlist widgets on to your site or blog and that’s it, make the request. By the way, you need an Amazon affiliate ID and a Google adsense account to join the program.

Profoot are members of Tagfoot that are accepted on the revenue sharing program. It’s not really that hard to become a Profoot, just add your contents and have enough members rate you positively and that’s it, make the request. Simple as that.

Another member they call is the Bigfoot. A Bigfoot is a member of Tagfoot that carries an extra authority among all the members of the community. Being rated by a Bigfoot is advisable because everything is tallied by the system differently as compared with the rating by a regular member. A Bigfoot also enjoys some extra privilege including exclusive access to post intended for Bigfoot members only. They are also the first to try new feature that are added to the site and in some cases they are given some additional money making opportunities. So as a member, one should always aspire to become a Bigfoot to get these additional perks.

Every content you add on Tagfoot can be tagged, articles, news sites, wishlist, photos, videos and even your friends. You can be rated by any member of the community; your ranking depends on the articles that you have submitted. There is also a feature where you can update to twitter all the contents that you add to Tagfoot.

As a blogger you can have great use of Tagfoot. You can bookmark your every post and in return generate back links to your blog and resulting in additional traffic. As other members will see your every content it can also expose your blog to additional audience.

So if you are not yet a member, foot me here..

YieldSense, An Alternative to Adsense?

Thursday, February 5, 2009 · 4 comments

A new ad program from Widgetsbucks can automatically rotates ads and adjusts it to earn your site more CPM. It detects what is the most optimum ads that it will display on your site to increase your rate of return and CPM. It automatically displays various products and decides which will be displayed frequently on your blog. Products that yield the highest rate of return are displayed most frequently to increase your earnings.

Bloggers can benefit with this new ad program by allowing higher eCPMs thus more revenue. As Yieldsense test the optimum ads for your blog it gets smarter as page impression volume grows. To display the best ad to show in your blog, Yieldsense test for past performance of a particular ad, click through rate, eCPM, site context, site category and site demographics. With this, blogger can be assured that the ads being displayed are relevant to the site.

As an existing publisher, Widgetbucks Yieldsense will be automatically integrated to your existing ads. If you are not an existing publisher yet, you can join here.

Earn $$ with WidgetBucks!

How to Drop 300 EC in Less Than an Hour


Dropping 300 EC a day is quite a daunting task, it takes quite lot of my time and effort which I may otherwise spend on some other things. To speed up my dropping task, I devised a way so that dropping EC can be shortened to less than an hour. As a new blogger I really need to build my traffic for my blog that’s why I have to do the 300-drop per day, just to build my traffic. Although I know that Entrecard is not the be all end all source of traffic, it still helps in increasing my readership and be notice.

So here's my little trick in dropping 300 EC in less than an hour. My fastest speed was about 40 minutes flat.

1. First step is you need to have Mozilla Firefox. Download here if you are don’t have it already.
2. After downloading Firefox, you need to install some add-ons that will help us speed up the dropping process.
3. Download and install the following Firefox add-ons:

    • Tabmix Plus

      • It is a nice little add-on where you can modify the behavior of your tabs.
      • Download here
    • Multiple Tab Handler

      • Adds more functionality to Firefox tabs such as close all tabs to the right or left, duplicate tabs. We need this coz Tabmix does not have the close tab to the right functionality. It will be clear later on why we need this functionality.
      • Download here.
    • Flashblock
      • This add-on block all embedded flash object on a web page. This will speed up the loading of the page.
      • Download here.

4. After downloading all the add-ons, you will need to restart Firefox. After the restart, we need to configure the add-ons that we have installed.
5. To configure TabmixPlus, go to Tool>TabmixOptions

6. At the TabmixPlus options dialog box click the Links menu.
    Copy the setting as shown below.

    Force to Open in New Tab >> All Links (Lock All Tabs)
7. Click the Display menu and set the minimum tab width to 22 pixels. Uncheck all the SHOW options.
8. Still at the Tabmix Plus Display menu, click the Tab bar tabs and uncheck all the SHOW options.

9. After configuring Tabmix Plus, you will have to enable Flashblock by going to Firefox>Tools>Add-Ons. A dialog box will appear and you will see the add-ons options. Go to Flashblock and click options then check to enable.

10. The last configuration we need to do is to set Firefox to block all images, this will also helps in speeding up the loading of web pages. Go to Tools>Options>Content

11. Uncheck the Load Images Automatically

12. Click the Exceptions button and enter the following address below.
  • entrecard.s3.amazonaws.com
  • entrecard.com

13. Go to your Entrecard account and then to campaign. Choose the category that interest you then click the site. Be sure to set the number of row at 6 rows. In my experience 30 open tabs is the optimum setting, higher than that makes my Firefox sluggish and unresponding.

14. Go to the first site that you click by clicking on the arrow at the upper right side of Firefox and scroll down to go to the site and drop your card.

15. Go to the next tab and drop your card.

16. After doing at least 10 open tabs, right click on the tab and a context menu will appear, then go to close tab right. This will close all the tabs on the right side that you already dropped on.

17. Repeat the process until you have dropped all 300 EC.

Well that’s about it, it takes me about 40 minutes to drop 300 EC's. One thing more remember when dropping, at least have the courtesy to read the sites content. When I do the drops and a blog interests me, I usually just bookmark the site and return to it after I finished my dropping chores.


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