Kontera vs Infolinks
Do you either one of them on your blog or website? Which do you think is the better choice for monetization?
I personally feel that Kontera gives better ads but for some weird reasons, Infolinks are the one that always out do Kontera in terms of earning (from my experience).
What do you think?
there are a couple other networks that offer automatic in-text links, Vibrant Media and Adbrite come to mind, so you might look into those as well. I think you will find that your bounce rate will increase and your Adsense income will decline when you start putting in-text ads on your site. It can be a good back up plan should Adsense fail, but most website owners find that it isn't much of an earner. Good luck with whatever you try.
If you want to randomly rotate Infolinks and Kontera, here is an article that shows how to write a simple script:
http://www.had2know.com/computers/rotat … links.html
Hi, this is Jonathan from Kontera. I think it's fair to say we have far better ads as we work directly with such big brands as Microsoft, L'Oreal, Nintendo, Showtime, Toyota, McDonald's, Kmart, and more. That said, Kontera is intended for a certain type of quality publishers, and if you don't have content written in the areas our advertisers are targeting, or readers in the regions our advertisers are targeting, you may not see the same differentiation that most of our publishers experience.
Paxwill, regarding your point about other ad networks eating into your AdSense revenue, luckily that's not the case with Kontera. As Kontera and AdSense are displayed in completely different areas of a webpage, they don't cannibalize each other's clicks, and by using both you'll only add to your overall revenue.
Your best bet to determine if Kontera is right for you is either contact me or our Support Team, and we'll give you an honest assessment
Hi there, this is Pamela from Infolinks. We have the highest paying revenues in the In-Text industry, which is why you're seeing higher earnings from us! We work with top brands and we'll be happy to help you optimize your site for more relevant ads.
Send us an email to email@example.com with any questions!
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