I just joined a new Adsense like affiliate program. It’s called ExoClick.
Have you been using Adsense? Have you had much success with the Google Adsense program? If the answer is no then you might do better with ExoClick. Like Adsense the ads are in the Pay-Per-Click format although the ads are not contextual. The ads that are displayed in your chosen ad blocks are based on the keywords that you’ve entered when setting up the code and the category that you’ve chosen for your site.
There are a number of different horizontal, vertical, box and skyscraper ad blocks to choose from. You have to choose your own colors and there’s no drop down color list to choose from so have your image editing program open in order to play with different colors (and to know the codes for such colors). Otherwise setting up an ad block is easy. Pick your colors, border width, size of ad block, a category for the ad, keywords if you want a specific type of product to be advertised in your ad block, and they decide whether adult ads can show or not.
I created this 300 X 250 px ad block in the category Blogging. I didn’t chose any keywords:
Obviously I could have used slightly darker lettering for this ad. I’ll fix it shortly.
Along with the basic ad blocks you can choose from categorized web portals, search boxes or monetized domain parking. I’m not 100% what that last choice is just yet.
What I also like about ExoClick is that it has a great affiliate referral program. The links that I’ve added to this post are affiliate links. I’d really appreciate it, if you are considering signing up with Exolinks, if you’d sign up through my link. I’ll get a 5% bonus on lifetime earnings of those who signup under me.
While most programs pay monthly or even every sixty days Exoclick will pay weekly if you meet the minimum quota which is $10. You can receive payments by PayPal or check.
If this sounds worth trying you can If this sounds good to you, you can sign up with ExoClick directly. Just register and you’ll immediately be able to begin creating your first advertising blocks.