I just had a cool idea for selling ad spots on my sites that I never thought of, nor have I ever seen it.
If you have a wordpress blog, you should be using a plugin that puts your adsense code in your post wherever you want.
However that plugin also lets you put any type of code you want in your post, not just adsense.
Imagine you have a blog with hundreds of post. You could sell a 468X60 banner ad spot in the bottom of all your post.
Just one click of a button and that ad would be in all your post. Seems like a great way to sell an ad spot to me.
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