Friday, September 14, 2012

Sell your college essays online

Do you know that you can sell each of your high school and college essays for up to $25 or beyond to online sellers?

If you love to read, and are good at analyzing and dissecting literary texts, you may want to earn some extra income from writing literature essays for Gradesaver. They offer freelance writers a reasonable fee of $25 per Literature essay and $50 for successful college application essays, and payments are made via check. However, upon submission of your essays, it will take a matter of 10 to 12 weeks before they can respond to you with regard to whether they accept your essay or not. If they decide to accept your essay after a long and tedious process of reviewing it, they will publish it on their website and you will be deemed as having surrendered to them the exclusive rights to your essay. In cases where they decline your essay, you will still retain the sole rights to your essay.

Another area where you can profit from selling essays is, which is an avenue for you to put up your essays for sale to willing buyers. There are many categories of essays on different topics listed on the website, and it's pretty hard to compete with all these other sellers for the business of just a few. You are allowed to set your own price for the essays, but if you were to charge too high a price for a topic in a way that is not too proportionate to the demand for it, chances are you won't be able to profit much from this endeavour.

How to make money with Youtube, Metacafe and Dailymotion

1. Metacafe - This is a great way to generate a steady stream of passive income for yourself. You can make videos on subjects you are passionate and knowledgeable about and reap the rewards by simply getting as many people as possible to view your videos. When uploading the video, make sure you check the "Yes, I want to submit my video to Producer Rewards". You are entitled to earn up to $5 for each 1000 views of your video, and you will receive your first payout of $100 once you reach the 20,000-view threshold. However, videos containing pornography and obscene language are automatically disqualified. In addition, your content has to be original and unique. You can't just try to profit from others' works, especially if they are copyrighted. If you already have a firm grasp of what people in general are looking for on video-sharing sites, you should be able to get quite a decent amount of views for your vids.

2. Dailymotion - You can simply join the Publishers Network and start to integrate videos to your blogs or websites. You will get a share of the revenue generated from the ads shown on the Dailymotion videos that you have shared on your sites. It's a pretty easy method to make some quick bucks out of blogging, but do not just post a random vid on your blog and expect people to view it. You can help to promote the video by expressing your views and opinions about the video itself or just post a blog entry that is appropriate and relevant to what is in the video. If you can't, at least make an effort to give a brief description of what it is all about. 

3. Youtube - You need to have an Adsense account before you can opt to monetise your videos on Youtube. However, it can be hard to make money on Youtube, given the fact that most people tend not to show much interest in the ads being displayed alongside your vids as they are usually more concerned about the actual content of the vid itself. It's pay per click, which means you might not get a single cent even if your vids get an average of 1000 views per day. If you are lucky, you might get a few clicks here and there from viewers who accidentally clicked on the ad in a bid to close it. That being said, it's still worth a try. 

Saturday, September 8, 2012

How to earn money from blogging

We all know that there are many prominent bloggers out there who could rake in thousands of dollars each month just by writing about the intimate and personal details about their lives. Some of them could even bank on their popularity to win deals and endorsements amounting to millions of dollars. So how did they manage to achieve that? To some of us, it appears to be a mean feat, but it is actually pretty simple.

Always try to include some shocking and attention-grabbing antics that are bound to get people interested. This is probably going to bring in a steady stream of visitors to your site as it will make them look forward to what is in store for them next.  You might even be able to build a reputation for yourself as “the queen of shock” or things like that. In other words, develop your own tone, personality and style, preferably one that is so distinct and unique that others will find it hard to follow.

If you don’t mind writing about juicy gossip and sensational details about your private life, people won’t mind reading it, but of course, do it only when you feel comfortable about opening up and sharing matters that may be personal to you. Some bloggers indulge in self-revelation of scandals that they are embroiled in and have no qualms bragging about their association with certain celebrities. Sometimes, these techniques work to their advantage, and they managed to turn themselves into mini celebs. There is, of course, a price to be paid, for willingly placing your life under the scrutiny of others. You might attract unwanted attention from stalkers. But the main reason why blogs are so popular is because it appeals to the inner voyeur in all of us. It is somehow strange that human beings derive pleasure and satisfaction from peeking into others’ private lives, but you can always rely on this factor to bring in extra income for yourself.

Dabble with controversial stuff. Sometimes this involves making harsh and critical comments about others that will alert people to your website. Like all introductions to an essay, you need to provide a “hook”, and the controversial stuff that you bring into your blog is what fascinates your readers and encourages them to read on. It is a strange kind of motivation, but it is true. One way to do it is to make some very immature and insensible comments about someone famous, but be careful not to get yourself into some legal trouble, just go along the lines of gently mocking or making fun of a group of people you know will get slightly offended. You might run into danger of going against the sentiments of the general crowd out there, but you will get lots of exposure for your blog as it increases people’s curiosity, making them wonder what exactly is going on. This is an excellent way to generate publicity for your blog. In Singapore, a man who made irresponsible and chauvinist remarks about women attracted lots of readers to his blog recently as news of his generalised statements spread in the local tabloids. In one of his blog entries, he reportedly compared local female actresses to prostitutes as he was convinced most of them have had paid sex through one means or another. He received harsh rebuke and censure from people from all walks of life, including a Member of Parliament. He became an overnight “sensation” for all the wrong reasons, but the negative responses to his comments are inconsequential as he got what he wants, publicity that is. Who knows? He might be making use of this opportunity to get his fifteen minutes of fame and glory. Generating lots of hoo-ha on your blog is a stunt that we can all leverage on to reach a wider range of audience.

Raising a huckus about an issue might also get you somewhere. For instance, the recent case of the blogger who complained about the decision that the Diners En Blanc organisers made to disinvite him from the event after he has professed that he will bring tau huay and chwee kuay to the venue. The decision to ban authentic local fare to the so-called “posh” picnic becomes a focal point of people’s attacks and an issue of contention. People start to take notice and pay attention to what is coming out of his blog (mainly food reviews). Previously, not many were aware of this blogger’s existence. Be as loud and bold as possible. This is the antic that Singaporean bloggers like to resort to. He became famous instantly. 

Focus on the current hot stuff. Discussing or even attacking certain personalities who are currently trending on most search engines throughout the world could help to create buzz for your blog as more people are likely to search for the person’s name. One way of going about this is simply to find out what are some of the top key words and phrases that have been coming up in recent searches.  

In general, if you are a novice blogger and do not know what to write, write about yourself, others, or anything that excites you. Focus your discussion on general issues and current topics that are interesting and relevant to people’s lives, but most importantly, it has to be something that you are passionate about. 

These are not foolproof techniques of getting you fans and followers on your blog, but they are certainly ways of attracting traffic to your site.

For information on other ways to earn money from blogging for specific sites, read my other post here

Friday, September 7, 2012

Promoting Your Website: 14 Shrewd Marketing Strategies

There are many ways to promote your website. Here are some of the ways you can get your website recognised by millions of internet users out there:

1. Contribute an article about your company to a free content provider like Wikipedia, linger in chatrooms, guestbooks, forums or discussion boards and offer your priceless advice to thousands of people in need of help on public information and opinion-sharing sites such as Yahoo Answers, Answerbag, Askville and Mylot.

2. Set up a company profile on websites such as Myspace or Facebook, which may help to grow, expand and widen your network of connections, this would ensure a guaranteed traffic to your site that otherwise mostly consists of regular and return readers.

3. Market your product through dropping informative comments on others' blogs, social-networking site profiles (on Friendster, Myspace, Facebook, Hi5, Bebo etc) and remember to include your web url on it, but just be careful not to end up becoming a nuisance for there is every danger that if you over-do that, you might be accused of being a spammer.

4. Contribute free-to-republish articles to websites like Articleworld, Articlebase and Articlecity. Expertscolumn, an India-based freelance writing site, even promises to pay you $1 per 1000 impressions for your article. This could be a great source of passive income for you if you enjoy writing.

5. Promote your services on websites offering relevant products, but are unlikely to serve as substitutes. For instance, if you are a social-networking website that offers the chance for people from different countries to mix around and engage in language exchange (some sort of language pal thing), you might consider marketing on a site like Facebook. It is easy for people to take notice of your ad if it is placed on the left-hand column. It would grab a user's attention immediately the moment it appears on his or her homepage. Since you are specialising in a niche area, there is no way any potential rivals or competitors can direct traffic away from you or rob you of your visitors.

6. Take part in free traffic exchange programs, which allow you to exchange links with other people so that they can put your ads up on their website while you do the same for them. If you are using Adbrite, you can also consider uploading your ad to Spott, a free link exchange spot. You just need to copy and paste and they will take care of the rest. Alternatively, you may want to check out sites like Traffic Exchange Directory and see what you can do from there. Also, try Freerelevantlinks, TrafficSwarm and Blogexplosion if you have the time.

7. Take note of websites that allow you to post free classified ads. If you are a fledging entrepreneur who has just established a business and is trying to prove your competence, this could be the most cost-effective way.

Here are three websites I sieved out from the zillions I can find

8. There are more ways of getting around this than you can think of. You can also join Google or Yahoo groups and allow people the opportunity to subscribe to your newsletters.

9. Search Engine Optimisation: Add your url to search engines to enable easy ferreting for your potential visitors. You can explore these by visiting SubmitExpress, Addme, EngineSeeker (they offer the solution of distributing your url to the many search engines and directories out there) or you may visit the homepage of websites like Google, Gigablast, Bing, MSN, Yahoo, Netscape,Tygo, Altavista, AOL, alltheweb and add them yourself. Also, you may want to add them to dmoz and read the articles on searchenginewatch. Use technorati tags if you wish. It may make it easier for web surfers to find your site.

10. Throw in controversial content to engage the young. Be loud, bold and eye-catching in your ad campaigns so as to catch the attention of people who would eventually go on to purchase your product.

11. Keep the interests of your current clientele in mind. If need be, ask them for their opinions and feedback before making any decisions. You may wish to conduct surveys and polls to find out what their preferences are.

12. Be aware of your target audience. For instance, if you are a social escort agency, you know your intended audience isn't teenage boys, but a more mature crowd who could afford to pay for your services. Suppose you are a high-class restaurant and is looking to hire staff whose main task is to wait on tables. Will you target your ad at fresh college graduates? You know you won't. So what you do is, you turn your attention to a group of foreign immigrants who are willing to work long hours for lower wages, and college students, who are eager to work part-time so as to earn their own keep. Such are the people you will need for your restaurant. Hence, you will need to tailor your ads carefully in a way that will encourage them to work for you. This is about ensuring that the right message hit the right people. Will you market your bluegrass music to a group of young punks who prefer anytime to listen to hip-hop instead? No. If you really wish to reach out to this potential consumer base, you might need to force yourself to produce records that appeal to them and their musical tastes. So change has to be in place. However, some companies refuse to limit themselves to predicting and following market trends, they prefer to set them instead. What I am saying is, in the metaphorical sense of the word, if you wish to reach both sides of the audience, you need to invent a new wave of music that mixes both bluegrass and hip-hop, if you could.

13. Do not work, let your blog work for you. If you are someone who is used to employing shrewd marketing strategies, you might wish to set up a blog and get your blog listed on Blogarama or some other blog directories. If you are already a blogger, you may wish to join bloggers' networking sites such as bloglog and blogcatalog to win yourself some fans in the blogosphere. Some of the more popular blogging engines out there include livejournal,wordpress (you can also add your url there for free at and eblogger. All of these can assist you in building your web presence, which is crucial for you to succeed. These are sure ways to help rake in money for your website.

14. A final precaution: Avoid placing too many ads on the same page as it would make your page slow to load. Also, minimise your usage of pop-ups and pop-under ads. Do not use more than one on one page.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Best sites for freelance writers online

1. Suite101: a website that offers to pay you an amount proportionate to the level of popularity for your article. Many freelance writing websites stress the importance of generating quality articles in exchange for greater incomes, but frankly speaking, it is impossible to earn much working from home. It is claimed that some top writers manage to earn a total of $1000 per month, but it is doubtful that you would be guaranteed that high an amount even if you are able to produce an article of some quality. The maximum you can get is just $50, if you manage to get close to that.

2. Before you totally write off freelance writing as an outlet to earn extra income for yourself, consider Writermag, it pays a generous sum of $50 per article, provided you succeed at negotiating for it. You need to have relevant expertise and knowledge in the area you are writing about. The website accepts articles ranging from those that instruct readers on specific topics like gardening, education and women's issues to travel and book reviews. They might consider personal essays, but not fiction or poetry as they do not have wide appeal. Have a target audience in mind before sending your queries and submissions to the editors.

3. Lonelyplanet is constantly on the look-out for travel writers with experience and a good command of one or more foreign languages, depending on the area of your expertise. All you need to do is to offer advice to travellers who are keen on the destinations you are familiar with. The best thing about the job is that you can "travel and earn a living at the same time". However, you need to have the passion in order to achieve success as a travel writer. The best way to get yourself acquainted with the language, culture, literature and history of the country you are stationed in is through interacting with the locals in the country, people of all ages, gender and social backgrounds, it is the most effective way to gain a privileged insight into the lives of the people and to experience the culture for yourself.

4. Howtodothings - Get paid for your contributions to the website. Again, it's an avenue for you to write about almost everything you can think of and earn something out of your creativity. If you have some ideas about how to do certain things that people are willing and eager to learn from, then proceed to share with them. You might get to earn some extra cash for your writing effort.

5. Read my other post for more on freelance writing online.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Bloggers take note: Loads of work-from-home opportunities

If you value your freedom to write what you want, you might find that been taken away from you once you sink deeper into stuff like pay per post. Sometimes, you are not allowed to say what you feel is right and have to constantly sing praises about the products of advertisers that sponsor your reviews. You cannot remove your posts without the permission of the person who pays you to write. It’s no longer about providing honest, objective opinions. You are made to write on topics that are of no interest to you in exchange for cold, hard cash. I have yet to try writing for any of the pay per post sites as I prefer to write for leisure, but if you are really interested and are good at writing reviews on just about everything from music to books to products you have used, you may want to check out the following list of websites (but please take note that I am not affiliated with any of these sites so I have nothing to earn from sharing these with you, it's just my hobby to do so:

1. Smorty - a website that allows you to earn money while writing reviews on a wide and diverse range of topics. First, you have to ensure that there is no adult-related material and pornographic content on your site to avoid getting rejected by the system. It's not easy at all to get in and you need to have a certain amount of traffic to your site.

2. Sponsoredreviews - a place where you bid for jobs by going straight to the advertisers. You have only up to 3 days to finish your job once they accept your application, and if you fail to do that, your account would be suspended for sure. You are allowed to set your own price but there are bound to be few takers for those who set unrealistically high prices for their blogs. It also depends on the standard of your writing.

3. Reviewme - a fairly decent site for people looking to do more with their blogs. The process of getting approved is a long one. They have really strict guidelines. It's not at all easy to get in. You need to have enough link popularity and traffic, or your site would be turned down. Also, make double sure you certify yourself to be the owner of the site you have submitted or your site might be suspected to be a fake. They pay according to what the advertisers are willing to offer. What you need to do first of all is to put your blog up for the advertisers to bid. My advice to you is not to set too high a price or your blog might be overlooked. You can start writing once your blog is accepted into their system, but before that, you need to go through quite a number of hurdles.

4. PayPerPost - One of the more popular pay per post sites out there, which pay its bloggers pretty good rates and allows them to gain some exposure for themselves through effective marketing.

5. Allreaders and Allwatchers - Both offer avid movie fans and book lovers the chance to gain exposure and earn extra cash for their efforts in writing about what they are interested in. You can write about everything you wish to. But like AssociatedContent, they pay on a pay per thousand views basis, which means you will earn according to the number of visitors you can get to the page that display your article. On AllWatchers, only commentaries written in the English language would be accepted.

6. Blogitive- If they deem your site inappropriate or just do not like what you have there, you are likely to face rejection. The guidelines on its site aren't that clear, but you first have to brush up the content of your site and keep it updated regularly.

7. Reviewparty- You are paid only for your reviews of the products that lead to eventual sales been made so you'd be lucky if those who read what you wrote goes on on to purchase the products from sites like Amazon and those listed on Google ads. It's an excellent site for affiliates of Amazon and it provides an alternative source for you to make money.

8. Softwarejudge- Review tech-related products and get paid for your efforts. The areas you can write on are strictly limited to the software available on the site itself. The minimum amount you can be paid is $200and you need to disclose your personal information before the payment can be delivered to you via Western Union.

9. Reviewtoearn - a site where you contribute reviews in exchange for free DVDs and the chance to earn extra cash (from $10 to $25 per review). It's easy to join and there are no entry restrictions at all. Furthermore, you need not necessarily have a guaranteed traffic to your site, and your job is simply to pen your thoughts on the DVDs you have viewed. It's also a great place to meet friends who share the same hobby as you, that is, writing reviews. But before you sign up, you have to be prepared to comment on adult-oriented content. If you are uncomfortable with this, then I'll urge you to strike this off your list.

10. Epinions - You earn while contributing your personal opinions about a company's products. It operates in almost the same way as Reviewparty, but it also depends on the number of views your article receives. The more the merrier.

11. Reviewstream: It is not worthwhile writing for Reviewstream even though they claim to pay you a maximum of $2 for each article that you wrote and that you are allowed to review everything from household items like electronics and cosmetics to travel and restaurants. Sometimes, they pay you a flat rate and sometimes they pay you a bulk rate. If your article doesn't meet some of their requirements, they will still pay you, but at the bulk rate, which often amounts to just a few cents. It might take a while before you can finally cash out the minimum $50 that they promise you. If you ever decide to write for Reviewstream, be careful not to repeat any of the stuff you wrote on your blog or personal website or your account might be terminated or closed down. They have this mini "vote" section at the bottom of each page, and each vote pays $0.10, so if you receive 10 votes, you get $1.00. One good thing about this website is that they are not very particular about grammatical mistakes, you just need to write about your personal experiences with the products you have used.

11. Blogsvertise - somewhat like Blogitive. It pays its writers regularly. If your blog is really good, you might be able to earn pretty much.

* All the above sites require that the articles submitted have to be original and must not be published anywhere else. Non-US residents are not eligible for upfront payments but they would continue to receive their royalties from the articles they wrote based on the impressions you get for your page.

* Please do spare a thought for the regular visitors to your blog. They might not feel good been bombarded with paid reviews when all they want is to read about your genuine opinions and to receive up-to-date information about the latest developments in your life.

Friday, August 8, 2008

Get paid to be a translator- Turn your language capability into an advantage

If you are interested in becoming a freelance translator, you might wish to take a look at the following websites:

Realtranslatorjobs - They offer rates ranging from $35 to $100 for the translation of text documents, short emails, song lyrics, audio conversations, passages from books and even movie subtitles. No experience is required to sign up for the jobs on offer. You get to work from anywhere in the world on a part-time or full-time basis and choose to be paid in either US dollars or in your own currency. Choosing to work for them gives you the room and flexibility to stretch your linguistic potential and develop a translation portfolio for yourself.

Language123 – A site that allows you to offer translation services for a fee. Fees are set by clients offering the assignments. It is completely free to sign up. You just need to upload your CV and samples of your work. It does not serve as an agent and therefore does not take any commission from the amount you earn. You can set up your profile in minutes and wait to receive assignments from clients who are eagerly looking for translators to help interpret their works or documents. Your advertisement is likely to be placed on the front page.

GoTranslators: Good for those who are proficient in European languages such as French, German, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese and Spanish as there are lots of such translator jobs waiting for you to accept at this site. It is definitely a bonus if you are good at writing in your own native tongue. Depending on the languages involved, as well as the length and complexity of the work, you will be paid differently. Prices range from as little as $0.06 to $0.12 euros per word. You just need to set up a profile and have clients come to you for consultation.

Translatorsbase: Where translation jobs are posted daily on the front page. You can respond to it by posting a resume of yourself and your relevant experience as a translator once you register with the site. You can create your own web page on Translatorbase, get free exposure, develop your web presence and get recognised for the works you have done. In addition, it also serves as a gathering place for linguists who get to exchange tips on how to be an efficient translator. Articles are posted every hour of the day.

TradUGuide: Every second, you would see a featured member on the front page of the website. Post your profile and expect to be hired by whoever is interested in securing your services. Alternatively, you can browse through the tonnes of job postings in the directory. While you have every right to turn down jobs that are offered to you, you can also bid for jobs in the marketplace. It's completely free to join too.

TranslatorCafe: One of the fastest ways you can get a job assignment. Job advertisements are aplenty and it provides room for you to be choosy as you get the chance to discriminate between those that you feel you are confident to handle and areas you are specializing in. Here, you will approach the advertisers, not the other way round. It matches professional and freelance translators and those with jobs to offer.

Proz: It is relatively easy to find a job within Proz. Its growing community exchanges opinions about translation resources, theories, practices and other stuff on its forum, where you can ask questions, boast your credentials or simply share your knowledge about translation and make friends with fellow linguists and interpreters. The website itself is available in many languages and contains lots of things you need to know about the business of translation. Not bad for people who are just starting on the path towards becoming a translator.

Euronet - a website that’s most suitable for multi-linguists interested in freelancing. Look for job opportunities on their website and contact them if you are excited about joining them. They are an established company that offers professional services to a global clientele. Hence, there is every possibility that they might reject applicants with few or no relevant experience in translating.

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Is Neobux for real? Can you be convinced?

Neobux is a PTC site that pays its members a maximum of $0.02 just by clicking on the ads that are on display. Sounds tempting, isn't it? Amid widespread skepticism about the possibility of Neobux turning out to be a scam, there are many who are still signing up for it as it proves to be easy money. It has a higher Alexa ranking than similar PTC sites listed below. And you get the chance to earn a minimum of $2 per referral. Money would be sent to either your Alertpay or paypal account. Neobux is by far the site that offers the highest payouts to users.

AlterGoldbux grants a $0.50 bonus to every member that signs up. They are currently running 11 ads and has a total of 4000 + members. If you are unsure how much you will earn by clicking on the ads, you are likely to receive a max of $0.01 per click and $0.005 per referral click. You decide if it's worthwhile.

With DailyClicks, you sign up free and get paid for viewing advertisements. You can only be paid via Alertpay and nobody is allowed to have more than one account. Sometimes, there are no ad links at all to click. That is when you have to wait for advertisers' ads to be approved before they appear on your page. Those with premium membership are likely to enjoy "additional earning options" but the fees are exorbitant- $49.95 just for signing up and $5 monthly. The bad thing is, you have to wait for at least two months for payment to be delivered to your account.

Advercash is another site that allows you to earn extra cash. Like the rest of the sites listed above, it offers its members $0005-$0.01 per click. However, it promises to make available a huge base of ads for users to click on and ads are unlikely to be shown to the same users visiting the site. has been condemned by many of its users for its delayed payment. To earn a total of $2, if you do not take in account referrals, you would have to click up to 200 times. lol. That must be quite tiring.

For XClix, the rates are $0.01 per click for you, and the minimum payout is $10. Payments are made every day. Once you hit the minimum, you can expect to have the money delivered to your account straight away.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

How to make a fortune out of selling on ebay

1. Select your items wisely. For instance, if you are planning to put up some old magazines for sale, the cover plays an important role in deciding sales of such publications. So do emphasise that, and include a photo of your product on the website. Products with photos sell better than those without one.

2. Take note of cyclical demand: For instance, try to find out from college students about the texts they are using for their classes. If they could not find the stipulated texts for their core modules in local bookstores due to limited stock, they would most probably try to find them online. That is when you can start to grab hold of the opportunity to make a clean profit.

3. The key thing is to establish a reputation for yourself of been a credible and responsible seller and always make an attempt to deliver what you promise. Do not exaggerate features of the product you are carrying so as to avoid disappointing the buyer. If you are able to sell quality products on ebay, people would keep coming back to buy from you and it is likely to generate business for you through word-of-mouth.

4. If you are new to ebay, start by selling to those near you, that is, cater directly to a local clientele before branching out to a global audience. This is likely to help you cut down on shipping costs and increase your profit margin. Find out what appeals to local shoppers so as to make it easier to match your products to their tastes.

5. Market your product on your own blog or website. Include a link to the page of your product on ebay.

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Where to source for Adult PPC ads

AVNads offers the option of serving adult ads for publishers by matching advertisers with webmasters willing to sell adspace on their sites. If you wish to maximise your earnings, I would encourage you to opt for the full page commercial ads, which would be shown to visitors once they get to your site. It counts per impression so it is likely to boost your ad income. Altenatively, you can go the conventional route by choosing to put banner, text or even thumbnail ads. The best thing about AVNads is the variety of payment methods to choose from. You can get paid either by check (for US residents) or paypal (for residents outside of the US). And your newly added website is likely to be approved within at most 72 hours. Sometimes, it takes just a while for your site to be accepted. Whatever it is, AVN ads is certainly one of the few adult ad networks that can be counted upon for the smooth delivery of ad earnings to your account. In addition, publishers have the privilege to choose the ads they would like to run on their websites.

Adultadworld is an excellent site for publishers looking to maximise their ad income or revenue. They offer CPM banners, pop-unders, blind click and text ads and they pay pretty well. Also, you get the chance to earn extra when you manage to successfully refer someone to the site. Another thing about the site is that they are rather strict when it comes to fraud regulation and they strongly discourage the falsification of impressions. Another good thing about the site is that you will be paid once the money in your account reach $50, and there is no need for any minimum traffic level to join as a publisher. Also, they do not require the content on your website to be original.

Chitika is one PPC network that is relatively lenient in granting approval to sites that contain mild adult content, but sites with overtly explicit and provocative content on their pages are likely to be rejected. Their premium ads favors those with a massive traffic from the United States. In that case, people from countries outside of the US who do not have much content that appeals to American tastes might not benefit much from those ads. In this respect, US residents might have an edge over non-US residents. Not that those outside of the US might lose out. They can still earn from similar ads, provided they have the credentials and marketing brains. However, those ads are likely to be shown only to a selective group of people, that is, only those from the US.

Their eminimalls is somewhat like an e-store or online shopfront where you promote products from either ebay or Amazon in exchange for a commission. Everything depends on the sales you make. You just can't earn if your products can't sell. You have to put your ad code in an obvious and highly visible place on the site. It is simply pointless and futile if you put it right at the bottom of your site as nobody would notice it.

Alternatively, you might want to set up an Amazon A-store. Do check it out. It's quite a feasible solution when targetted at a specific audience.

Another thing about Chitika is its poor geographical and consumer targeting and there is a limitation to the range of ads you can choose from. Furthermore, the reports are not delivered to you promptly and they have also proven to be not very accurate.

Adengage is another ad firm that permits adult ads on its members' websites. Sometimes, bids can go up to as high as $0.50 per click. Top sites are featured on their front page so you may want to take a look at it first before twisting and matching your content to suit your advertisers. At the same time, you need to ensure that you do not compromise the interests of your visitors.

You can try Addistributor too. Theirs are mostly text ads. I won't suggest you sign up for Addistributor if you have yet to make an effort to do your own research about other ad networks, but I'll leave it up to you to decide.

Last but not least, check out Blacklabelads! They may be offering lower rates, but they are a reliable ad agency. Read more about Blacklabelads and its parent company Adbrite on my other post