AdvertiseSpace is a new advertising marketplace was just launched a couple days ago, It will let you sell ads directly on your website at monthly fixed prices. Which could get you 200% to 500% increase in your site revenue when compared to cost per click programs as Google AdSense!





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Written by ShawnHessinger
4588 days ago

Interesting service but probably not that useful for blogs still in their early developmental phases.



Written by mikemore
4588 days ago

By "early developmental" you mean less than 6 months? I thought the same long time ago, but I see some bloggers managed to get Google-Rank 4 with "quality posts" in 4 months and started to sell direct ads already!

Still, those new blogs can use other options like Google-AdSense, Affiliate ads..



Written by lyceum
4588 days ago

Mike More: Is this service similar to BlogAds?

I am a serious blogger. I have been blogging since May 2002, but I don't use my own domain name for EGO blog. It is well established on Blogger's Blogspot hub. I started a new site [under construction] in April 2009, with my own domain (www.EgoSoleTrader.com).

"You can't be serious about blogging without your own domain name."

Please explain this rule: "Domain should be < $9/year! try Name.com. also check for PromoCodes before you buy :)"



Written by mikemore
4588 days ago

Oh, Not sure about BlogAds, didn't try it.. but they got harder rules than AdvertiseSpace, BlogAds says:

"We're looking for sites that have been consistently updated for a minimum of 6 months, with an average of at least 1000 pageviews a day (less than this jeopardizes ad sales). We want sites that have a sharp focus on a specific topic and are willing to give us the best ad placement"

[http://www.blogads.com/publisher_html]



Written by mikemore
4588 days ago

I don't think you r asking about "using your own domain", As you'll find many articles talk about why bloggers should have their own domain..

About "Domain should be < $9/year" :

It is not a rule, I wanted to say it is not expensive to have your own domain! And I -not affiliated- can see that Name.com has the best prices on domains compared to others that will also charge you for other things like Icann fee,Private Whois,...

Plus using a promo-code can get you a domain for ~$5/year



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