Sep 19, 2013

6 High Paying CPM Advertising Networks For Publishers

As my blog audience comprises mostly of bloggers and other webmasters, so I can’t expect a good CTR for AdSense or any other CPC advertising network, as bloggers and webmasters don’t click ads commonly and they do only when an ad strongly attracts their attention. For this reason, my earnings with AdSense stay very low. A few days back, I went for searching some good CPM advertising networks and started analyzing them. After finding 6 high paying CPM advertising networks, I thought to share these with others who are generating low CTR and low earnings with CPC advertising on their blogs and websites. As you are reading this post, it means that you also need a good CPM ad network. Below 6 CPM networks can earn good for you if you are failing with AdSense or any other CPC program.

6 High Paying CPM Advertising Networks

1. TribalFusion

CPM rates at TribalFusion are extremely attractive but the network accepts sites and blogs with high traffic only. For becoming a TribalFusion publisher, your blog must receive at least 500000 impressions per month. Signups are manually reviewed and you are informed after reviewing your blog either it is a good fit for TribalFusion’s publisher list or not.


The second high paying CPM network, which I found, is which also gives good CPM rates. CPM at eDomz sometimes stays around $4 which is an impressing amount. Although eDomz hasn’t listed any traffic boundary for publishers, but signups are manually reviewed like that of TribalFusion. Yet another goodness of eDomz is that minimum payout threshold is just $5, which allows small websites and blogs with low traffic to reach the payout limit without waiting long.

3. Gunggo

Gunggo promotes pop-unders on publisher websites and it also gives high CPM. Like other CPM networks, Gunggo doesn’t accept high traffic sites only, but its platform is open for all sizes. If your site fails to get approval on above CPM networks for some reason, like low traffic, then Gunggo can be yet another high revenue generating source for your content.

4. CasaleMedia

CasaleMedia also gives you very good CPM rates but the badness about CasaleMedia is that they also accept blogs and websites with high traffic like TribalFusion. If your blog or website receives good traffic, then go for CasaleMedia. You can generate a very attractive amount with CasaleMedia once your site is accepted.

5. Advertising

Advertising is part of AOL network and it also accepts high traffic blogs and websites like CasaleMedia and TribalFusion. But if the network approves you, you will get amazed how your earnings grow quickly.

6. ValuClick Media

ValueClickMedia also earns good for you but the CPM rates aren’t constant there. Sometimes you get very good CPM with ValuClickMedia and sometimes, the rates drop suddenly. Overall it is a good option for you if CPCs aren’t earning good for you.

So these were six high paying CPM advertising networks if you are failing in getting good results with CPC. I hope you will get success with any of them. Don’t forget to share your thoughts either your earnings boosted with these networks are not. Also don’t forget to share your suggestions if any other good CPM network is out there.

5 Quick Adsense Approval Tricks

Site Theme / Topic Comes First 

Your blog’s niche, theme or the topic is most important in deciding either Google approves your account or not. AdSense is a serious business and it promotes products of companies and individuals on targeted websites and blogs. If your blog or website doesn’t have a well defined theme, then AdSense is most likely not going to approve your account? So before applying for AdSense, ensure that your blog defines a topic clearly. For example you can create a blog about health tips and share content only related to health on your blog.
Sometimes, even blogs and websites with well defined theme are not accepted by AdSense. It happens when the topic of the blog is not much popular or doesn’t have any business scope. If same is the case of your blog, you may need to change the entire niche of your blog or website if it is in its initial stage or try any AdSense alternative. 

Site Structure 

The second most important factor, which may prevent AdSense to approve your account, is bad site structure. Sometimes blogs and websites are not designed well. Both navigation and internal linking are important. To ensure that AdSense approves your account quickly, first design your blog cleanly. i.e. develop a good and easy navigation and build a good internal linking structure. Once your site is easy for bots to crawl, AdSense crawlers will get maximum details about your blog’s content, thus your account will get approved quickly if the content satisfies the crawlers. 

Organic Traffic 

If your blog doesn’t receive good traffic from search engines, then AdSense may not accept it in its program easily. AdSense loves organic traffic and if your blog receives good flow of traffic from search engines, then your account will get approved easily. Otherwise you may need to work for bringing more visitors to your blog. 

Content Quality and Quantity 

You can’t get AdSense on crappy blogs and websites which are full of copied/pasted content. To get and retain AdSense, your blog must contain good quantity of quality and unique content. Usually, AdSense approves blogs when they contain more than 15 or 20 unique posts. So before applying for AdSense, ensure that your blog contains enough quality posts. 

Blog / Website Age 

AdSense hasn’t defined anywhere about the blog or website’s age but it is believed that very young blogs and websites are not accepted by AdSense. Before applying for AdSense, wait for a few months (normally for more than 3 months) and then apply for AdSense. During this time, you must work to grow your blog by building content and traffic on it.
Important: Sometimes, AdSense doesn’t approve blogs and websites when they don’t contain a privacy policy page. It has been stated in TOS of AdSense that each blog or website promoting AdSense must contain a privacy policy page. If your blog or website doesn’t have a privacy policy page, add it now. This AdSense privacy policy generator will help you in generating a privacy policy for your blog if you are facing challenges in writing a privacy policy. 

Additional Guidance 

Google has disclosed TOS of the program and needs the publishers to follow them, so you must read each and every line of these terms carefully. If you understand and follow these terms, then you will not only succeed in getting an approved AdSense account, it will also help you in retaining the account in long run which is a difficult task. 

Sep 16, 2013

What is a Domain Name?

  1. The Concept of Domain Names
  2. The Domain Extensions
  3. Country Code Domain Names
  4. How to Obtain a Domain Name
  5. The Obsession for Domain Names

The Concept of Domain Name

Mainly websites are hosted in a computer that is called a server. This server has an IP address like –this is the address of But the problem is for a user like me and you; it will be harder to memorize the IP address of different websites. This is why domain names have been invented to make it easy to use the internet and websites.
So now that you know the basic concept of what a domain is, now let’s go even further. As I said it is a unique address, this means there is no duplicates. Two people cannot register the name at the same time.

The Domain Extensions

In the early days of the internet (in the 1990s) the first 3 versions were the .COM, .NET and .ORG. These are called top level domains or TLD. Dot Com stands for company, communication, community or commercial entity. This is the first domain extension and right now it is most popular having 95.5 Million registered names as of 2011 (source: Internet in numbers)

Dot Net stands for network & internet communication websites but right now only the most technology savvy people use this domain name extension.

Dot Org stands for no profit organization and the least popular among the original trio of domains. However a website in an .org extension receives trust as being a non commercial identity in the eyes of a web visitor.

After the introduction of the 3 domain extensions, there have been more TLDs such as the .BIZ –for business sites; Dot Mobi for mobile websites; and .info for information website. Again the Dot Com ruled because more and more regular users know about the .COM as the internet, without caring about other extensions.

Country Code Domain Names

Then there were more extensions for every country and territory, called the Country Code Top Level Domain names or ccTLD. For an example United Kingdom uses, while in the United States, they have .us. In majority all country code domain names are of two letters (like .us) –each country code domain name is operated by its territory and they set who can obtain one and for what fee.

In my opinion the most lucrative ccTLD as of now is the .TV extension from the islands of Tuvalu. This is only because TV stands for Televisions, which gained instant popularity in the entertainment industry. In the past only registered TV channel owners could register a .TV domain for high fee, but right now anyone can obtain this extension for a standard charge.

How to Obtain a Domain Name

To obtain a domain name yourself you have to find a domain name registrar. You can purchase it online with a credit card. Domain names can’t be purchased for a lifetime; it can be only registered for a set number of years. GoDaddy the most popular domain seller offers it for $15 per year. From them you can register a domain for up to 10 years.

Network Solutions –another reputed domain name company allows the user to register a domain name for up to 100 years. Well it is not recommended that you register a domain name for that long because who knows what will be the future of the internet.

You are also allowed to transfer your domain name from one registrar to another using your domain pin number.

Before the domain name is about to expire you have to add more years to it by renewing the name. A good practice is to register the web address for longer period (like 2-5 years).

Domain names start with just one letter and it can be upto 67 letters. But a wise thing is to keep the domain name as short and easy to type as possible. Domain names can have letters (A-Z) numbers (0-9) and hyphens (-)

The Obsession for Domains

I found many people on the internet while working with them; they have the obsession to obtain many different versions of their business. For an example someone has a domain Then he/she will go ahead and also obtain versions like:

While it is a good thing to protect your business, however this is an unproductive and pricy task. The first aim for your business should be to build it and bring in more customers, then to protect its identity.

What is Internet Marketing?

What is internet marketing? Why everyone is talking about this and what is this secret language? Is it marketing?
I want to help you understand what internet marketing is in easy words. I believe after reading this article you will know what internet marketing is and how you can implement it for your own benefit.

Before we go ahead and learn internet marketing, let’s see what “Marketing” is.

Marketing is the combination of all the actions we take in order to sell the product or service to the end customer. It’s as simple as that.
These actions include:
·         Manufacturing
·         Branding
·         Packaging
·         Advertisement
·         Funding
·         Selling
So in a nutshell everything that a marketer does in order to sell their product is called marketing.

Now you will get a small hint about internet marketing. Internet marketing is the same marketing but done in the internet, for the internet and of the internet.
Internet is nothing much more than a medium, like newspaper, radio or television. But what makes internet so versatile and powerful because internet is worldwide.
Using the internet, some guy from Nigeria can reach a business lead in the USA. A website can be setup and take orders online from around the world, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 So in simple terms, internet marketing is all about promoting and selling something.

But internet marketing is not just limited to promoting and selling. It’s also about,
·         Building a community
·         Doing market research
·         Building authority
·         Self promotion
Internet marketing has so many sub branches of marketing. These are, 

Website Marketing: Setting up a website itself is a marketing vehicle. Internet sites are built for information, communication and product promotion. E-Commerce sites takes order from customers on auto pilot. Digital products like eBooks and online courses are delivered automatically to the customer
Social Media Marketing: Social media websites such as Facebook, twitter, google plus, linkedin are the networks where people spend the most of their time online. There is a community for nearly every topic or interest in these websites. Social media marketing is done for scoring new customers and spreading your marketing message.

Search Engine Marketing: Now day’s people use search engines (google, yahoo, bing, facebook) to find information they want. Optimizing your own website, so that it will appear on top when people search is beneficial for your business. This type for marketing is called search engine optimization.

Email Marketing: On the internet everyone has the access to emails/web mails. Email account is required to open a new account in almost every membership websites. Email is the #1 communication tool since the beginning of the internet. Email addresses are collected or bought by marketers through various sources. Then they auto email their product related information, newsletters, offers to sell their product. This is called email marketing.

Banner Marketing: Banner marketing is also called media buys. There are popular websites & web portals where lots of qualified buyers visit every day. An internet marketer will pay the site for a banner advertisement. This type of marketing is the internet counterpart of traditional banners & billboards. Using the internet, a marketer can pay for a lead, pay for action or just pay per view which is not available in traditional banner ads we see in the streets.

Mobile Marketing: More and more people have access to the internet and smartphones. Mobile users are now accessing web content using their phones. Mobile marketing includes building websites for mobile devices, creating application for mobile users & using mobile commerce. Traditional SMS marketing and email marketing has also taken place in the mobile user base.

Blog Marketing: Blogging is the new way of journalism. Now people can express their opinions using blogs or online news sites. Opinions matters and it influences other people to make a decision. An internet marketer will write their own blog and create their own community of loyal fans. The marketer can also write on other blogs as a guest author or can buy reviews in exchange for money.

Press Release Marketing: Press release websites or news wire sites are online news agencies. Internet marketers will write news worthy articles about their product and submits to various online PR sites. Then if the article is news worthy enough, then it gets picked up by a major news outlet. This brings in extra publicity and promotion for the offer they are promoting.

Forum & Discussion Board Marketing: There are forums and online communities on the internet for every given topic or interest. An internet marketer can take advantage of these communities to spread their message. Each forum has different type of members and rules, so the marketer will have to fully understand that specific community prior taking advantage of it.

So there you go, internet marketing defined for you in easy words. 

Sep 14, 2013

Top Blog Directories to List Your Blog for Free Traffic

People need to know that you have a blog and they should be able to find you. In the early days of blogging where your blog is like a desert, no one is really visiting your site, you need to submit your site to top directories.
Now I went high and low on this matter, I spent time on over hundreds of different blog directories. Finally I have come up with just a handful of sites that you really should have your blogs listed in them.

So please do your best in having your blogs listed in these following reputable blog directories, this will help you get the word out quickly.

Alltop: This is a list of online blogs in category. It has sections and under the sections you can find blog articles. To submit your blog, first sign up for a free account. Then you can submit your site using this form,Upon submission, your blog will be listed on that category and 5 of the latest blog articles will be displayed. Sometimes if you get lucky, one of your blog articles will be featured in your category. This will result in additional flow of visitors.

Bloggers: Is a directory for bloggers. Basically you have to sign up as a blogger and then submit your blog. You have to add their badge in your site to verify your blog. Bloggers has a community of bloggers and it’s a fine way to reach other people who blog and read in the same topic as you do.
Bloggers has a voting system that will help you go up in your category. Just signing up for a bloggers account and submitting my blog has sent me some good amount of traffic over time.

Networked Blogs: This is a very good and old network of blogs. It has a facebook app to read blogs you are following. You can sign up, add your blog and then get votes from your peers. An individual can follow your blog and then they can receive your updates in their dashboard.
I like the feature where you can have facebook publishing and facebook tab to use on your facebook page. This helps to reach some more people over the facebook platform.

BlogCatalog: Is the all in one community for blogs. It has groups, it has forum and it has an active bloggers community. You can sign up and learn a lot about blogging from the members. You can use this community to get new visitors and link partners.
To register your blog you have to add a Meta tag or a badge to verify your blog. After that your blog will be listed on the directory upon approval.

Technorati: The biggest blog directory on the internet. They simply hold up all the blogs that are submitted and rank them in technorati rank. After submitting your blog it will use the tags (called technorati tags) to categorize your blog. Mainly the blogs goes listed in multiple tags. Most people and advertisers go to technorati to find relevant blogs that are looking for.
Here is an article on Technorati and how to add your blog


So that’s a wrap!

Please bookmark this article and come back later as I happen to update this post in the future with more blog directories. Do you recommend any other blog directories I should be including here? Please share them on the comments section.

Choosing The Right Blogging Platform For Your Blog

It is very frequent to see bloggers face dilemma when it comes to selecting the right blog platform. Should you host your blog on its own domain or on a free blogging platform like Unfortunately, there is no fix answer for the question as different bloggers require different blogging features. Some blog platforms are much more suited for the hobby bloggers and others to more professional blogging application. Fact is there are both pros and cons for both. With that being said, I am not going to tell you which blog platform you be supposed to use. Instead, I am going to compare both choices and let you make a decision for yourself.

Blogs are a great way to give your employees a voice and an outlet for them to air grievances and issues.  Most executives and human resources professionals find this a very helpful tool, and it definitely doesn't take a masters degree in organizational leadership to know this. 

Free Blogging Platforms

Free blogging platforms are websites that offer free hosting service that comes with blogging tools. Blog hosted on free blogging platforms normally runs on a third level domain name (something like Many bloggers start out with free blogging platform as they are easy and free to use. It requires minimum IT knowledge to publish web content and there are little web maintenance job to be done. WordPress, Blogger, Blogster, and Bravenet are some of the names that offer free blogging platform.
It’s worth noting that not all hosted blogs (blog hosted by others, on a third level domain) are running free. Blogs on TypePad for example, require monthly subscription fees.

Blog on Its Own Hosting and Domain

The other sort of blog platform is the kind of blog that hosted on its own domain/web server and is run on a stand alone blogging platform. (different from, B2Evolution, Greymatter, and TextPattern are some of the big names for such service. These services normally come free along with your hosting package and can be installed easily.

What’s Good About Free Blogging Platforms?

The biggest advantage of a free blogging platform is that it requires zero operation cost. Blogging platforms like and are totally free of charge. On the other hand, blogs running on its own domain/hosting comes with domain registration and web hosting cost.
Free blogging platforms are often recommended for the hobby bloggers as it requires minimum maintenance. You don’t have to go detail with the hosting as things are all settled by the admin. Database setup, blogging tools installation, server configuration – all these are none of your business when you pick up free blogging platform. All you need to do is select your blog name and start writing.

How About Blog on Its Own Hosting/Domain?

While blog on its own hosting/domain requires extra time and money; there are several advantages that free blogs can’t offer. Generally, these type of blogs work better when it comes to monetization and advance web designs.
Blog running on its own hosting/domain allows advance web designs and developments as server usage is more flexible. For example access of .ht-access enable website redirects; robots.txt enable search engine bots control, and access of cgi bin allows bloggers to install advance web features on their blogs.
Some free blogging platforms ( for example) prohibit their users to monetize their blog. You will not have such problem with blog on its own hosting/domain. Also, a blog with its own hosting/domain is better when it comes to branding and web marketing. A free blog long URL is hard to remember and it gives the image of part-timer. Many advertisers are reluctant to buy ads on a free blog and most webmasters are unwilling to joint venture with free blog owners.

What is The Right Option for You?

Back to our question: which blogging platform should you go with? The answer is in your hand. Are you a hobby blogger? What is the goal of your blog? Do you plan to blog for long term? Do you plan to sell your blog in future? Do you wish to monetize your blog? Do you have extra budget if you wish to host your blog on its own domain? These are the questions to ask before you make up your mind.
Generally, a free blog is best for those who do not wish to spend much time and money; while blog with its own hosting/domain is for those who are more serious about blogging.

Sep 12, 2013

How You Can Benefit From Having Your Own Blog

Hello friends now i want to tell you about benefit of blogging, how you can get benefit from your own blog? The very concept of blogging has come a very long way since its early days as the online journals of web developers. Whether you are thinking about adding a blog to your company’s overall marketing and public relations plan or you are an entrepreneur looking to improve your reach in the online marketplace, a blog can be a fantastic strategy that comes with a great deal of incredible benefits.

Thanks to incredibly advanced yet remarkably simple blogging software, anyone can have a blog. There’s no need for technical expertise, so anyone can reap the benefits of having their own blog. It’s not necessarily about having a place on the Internet to vent your frustrations; it’s much more about building your brand and marketing yourself accordingly.

So, How can you benefit from having your own blog?

One of the greatest benefits is the ability to have your own voice. It is with a blog that you have much more versatility and adaptability, granting you the extra space you need to say what you need to say. In the context of a business, you can address subject matter that may not warrant a press release. You can talk about more casual topics that don’t belong in the main “product page” area on your site. For an entrepreneur, it’s a more personal way to connect with your colleagues and clients. Perhaps even more importantly, a blog helps you build a following of loyal fans. When you have a static company website, there really is little motivation for someone to visit your website on a regular basis. The web user will only head in your direction when he or she is looking for a specific piece of information, like your business hours. This kind of web traffic is helpful, to be sure, but it’s sporadic at best. When you havens blog that is updated regularly and frequently, people will feel compelled to come back time and time again to read your latest updates. They say that content is king and they say this for good reason; if you have compelling content on your blog — and there are all sorts of different blog posts that can draw in the readers — then these people will come back. They’ll become loyal to your brand, you’ll increase your overall site traffic, and you keep your brand at the forefront of their minds. In the past, companies have had to spend thousands or even millions of dollars in an attempt to increase brand presence. They’d expand their advertising budgets to promote their brand and products in newspapers, on the radio, and on television. Thanks to the Internet, the rise of blogging, and the increasing popularity of social media, companies are much better equipped to take these kinds of matters in their own hands and at a fraction of the cost. And you know how else you can benefit from blogging? It gives you a personal connection to your customers, business associates, and other contacts. They’re people, just like you, and a blog allows you to make that connection.

Sep 10, 2013

6 Ways to Optimize AdSense Ads to Increase Revenue

Today, we’ll carry on the idea and talk about Google Adsense. Start thinking about your Adsense campaign, are you making the most out of your ads? Now would  be a good time to review your ad performance, and make changes accordingly so here we'll provide with a checklist of 6 things you can do to optimize adsense and make the most out of your ads.

1. Utilizing your Ad spot
Adsense won't allow adding as many ad units as you like. But are you even utilizing all the ad-spots that it does allow for every page on your websites, Adsense will only let you place three Adsense for content units.

these vary in size, so can utilize the best possible locations your ads can fit in. But you can only place one 300x600 Ad units. Apart from this, can use three text-ad units and two Adsense for search boxes units. Before placing all these ad-units though take some time to consider whether you have sizable quality content to ad unit’s ratio. It’s just doesn't make sense if all the ad spots been used but there is no actual content on that page.

2. Look at your Ad size
Most of wide Ad are better than tall ad for example 728x90, 336x280 and 300x250 are usually highest performers. you should try multiple ad size and find out for yourself What mores best for you. The ad size should also correspond to the placement of your content.

3. Use Text and Images Too

Mostly peoples focus only image ads, and forget others. Adding text ads is a great idea as well because they compete with image ad units for the same space. Using a combination of text and image ads can help you earn a lot of money.

4. Add Search Boxes

Image ads are not only a thing in this world. Adsense will allow you two Adsense for Search boxes units per page as well. They let you place a custom search engine on your site to provide users with web search,and you might earn from relevant ads on the search results page.

5. Make Your Ads Units Accessible

Pay special attention to where you actually place your ad units. They should complement, and fit in with your content. and also a user should be able to easily identify and access them.Generally,ads should be above-the-fold. Google offers a lot of guidelines to help you place your ads.

6. Check out Color Combinations

Color combination plays a big part in your revenue you earn. There are three strategies you can choose from.Blend, Compliment and contrast. Compliment is normal placement, where ad units are used within content and are distinguishable. Blending ad units into content means using the same color, so that it is hard distinguish the ad unit. Contrast means you use contrasting color that scream out an ad unit’s presence. You can follow the guideline from Google.

Google Adsense - Content or Search?

When advertising with pay per click Google gives the advertiser two broad options. Advertising in search results, advertising in websites content or indeed many choose to do both. Advertising in search means that results are displayed in Google under searches, and in its distributors search results. Google content advertising applies to those websites who choose to incorporate “Adsense” into their websites. As adsense rapidly expands, it is now viewable on millions of web pages throughout the web. However, many advertisers are shunning this in favor of merely advertising in search results.

There are several reasons for this, and the first is trust. This has been a result of smaller websites, through to adsense empires choosing to embark on Click Fraud. Although this issue occurs in search it is far less dominant. Those who commit Click Fraud on search are those trying to weaken a competitor’s ROI. With Adsense the same applies, along with the website owner trying to increase his revenues using similar tactics.

Another reason why website owners are choosing to market out with content is the motivation of the buyer when he is on a website. Someone who is on a different website, other than the advertisers might be there for entirely different reasons. For example a website discussing the disadvantages of Adsense, would actually return adverts for those selling “Adsense Websites” for example. People may click on it, but they are unlikely to buy after reading a negative review. The other reason could be that the person on the adsense website was actually looking for what is the best color palette to use. The person therefore would not find the advert relevant, but might click on the advert in a care free manner.

Adsense websites are also often rejected by the advertiser because they feel it involves more administration. Checking through websites to see how relevant they are, and editing their bids to ensure they still appear on a page. With some words having a network of over 500 websites, it is surely a tedious and expensive task. Although this is the case, many also find that their Adwords account returns websites, that don’t even appear to be trying to support their keywords. The example which is ripe, are those advertising under legal phrases who appear on adsense websites “terms and conditions” and “privacy policy” pages.

Although many are rejecting content advertising, there are still those who feel it provides a similar ROI to search. A reason for this can be found through in the fact that more and more advertisers are only choosing search. As this occurs the advertiser has less competition so the price of the word reduces. Advertisers are also finding a good ROI from publisher’s websites who decide to actively promote the advertiser’s services within their content. An example of this can be realized from when someone is discussing printing services, and actually directly recommends the advertiser’s services. This is a positive move for both the publisher and the advertiser, and a good way for publishers to move forward. Despite this, publishers still have to remember, to not be too obvious in doing this, or savvy buyers will definitely calculate the publisher’s intention.

Another reason why advertisers are opting for content is to increase their scale; however this can also be done across other search engines. The fact however still exists that those who choose content advertising should choose the Google Adsense network. It is regulated far and above yahoo’s and others equivalents whilst its superior network of publishers means the advertisers will benefit from being able to spread their message through a diverse range of websites.
Despite Adsense being the best PPC content distributor, it certainly doesn’t compare to search for the advertiser. On search the leads are more qualified, more regulated, and less fraudulent. This has seen advertisers consistently choose search over content. Despite this advertiser’s should always test adsense and see if it can provide the ROI they are looking for. Some advertisers say that content provides a better return for their business than search. This varies, however in general search remains King for PPC advertisers.

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