I've been invited to add Info Links advertising on my website. Has anyone ever used this program? Can you use Info Links and Google Adsense both?
Yes you can, but I would think twice.
Infolinks inserts advertising links into your text. HubPages used a similar system, Kontera, for a while but gave it up because it paid so badly.
My concern with it is that you don't control where the links appear, and it is SO important to consider your user experience these days, I don't know if I'd be comfortable with that.
If you want alternative sources of income, consider signing up for some affiliate networks like ShareASale. If you find the whole affiliate code business too confusing, consider Skimlinks. They do have an in-text links program like Infolinks, but that's not how I suggest using them: Skimlinks gives you immediate access to a huge number of affiliate programs, and then YOU choose what links you want to include.
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