How to Generate In-Image Ad Revenue from Your Website

April 1, 2010 | By | 15 Replies More

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We all know that embedding images on your individual posts reasonably adds value and interaction on your site more than just aesthetically bringing out the finest on an article, it also adds clarity to the whole idea being shared.

If you think that images are unlikely to get you revenue other than traffic from Google image search results, think again. This time, in-image ads are more than a thing of the past.

Image Space Media has gone above and beyond in making this thing a reality. Publishers can now gain revenues from embed images on their sites with user-initiated transparent looking ads that appears only when a reader mouse over an image which can be implemented by placing one snippet of JavaScript or installing a WordPress plugin.

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A truly intelligent approach that is non-obtrusive therefore keeping your online real estate user-friendly without compromising your priceless content.

The fact that it uses sophisticated keyword matching technology based on your metadata, it therefore ensure that all ads are targeted and relevant considerate of your site’s audience while bringing in revenue through higher CTR compared to banner ads.

To give you more reasons to rave about Image Space Media’s In-Image Ad network, an attractive $25 minimum payout is waiting for you normally payable (via Paypal or check) in seven days after each month once the threshold is reached. Not only that, its irresistible referral program will give you $5 for each referral that earns $5 within 180 days after signing-up, and up to $250 when your referral earns $100 within 180 days after joining.

So, what are you waiting for? Sign-up now with Image Space Media to start monetizing your image impressions! By the way, referrals can only be invited through email so there are no affiliate links here or whatsoever and if you don’t mind signing up under me, I’d appreciate it. Just let me know if you want me to send you an invite via the comments section.

Like I always do on this blog, my reader’s privacy is very important to me and I don’t want to bombard my newsletter subscribers either with something they didn’t want. I leave it all up to you.

I have just signed-up with them yesterday hoping that in return, my visual online real estate would generate additional stream of revenue. I’m still waiting for some clicks thou.

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  1. Sire says:

    I reckon this would be perfect for my photo blogs, so yes I’m interested.
    .-= Sire´s last blog ..Getting More Than Just Money For Doing The Xomba =-.

  2. Mathdelane says:

    I’m sure that you’ll get more out of your photo blogs from this. Email sent. Thanks, Sire!

  3. Sire says:

    I’m all about helping bloggers out when I can, and if that means joining as an affiliate or buying a product I need from their site, then I will.
    .-= Sire´s last blog ..The Lighter Side Of Blogging =-.

  4. Mathdelane says:

    It’s nice to know that there are those few selfless bloggers out there still thriving in the blogosphere. I hope you reach 100 in 180 days! 🙂

  5. I love to get an account via you, though I’m not sure I’m going to use it or not as this may slow down page speed. But, I want to have an account for future. 🙂
    .-= Arafat Hossain Piyada´s last blog ..Qmmander: Free Split Screen File Manager =-.

  6. Mathdelane says:

    Hi Arafat,
    Thanks for your interest, dude! I know that you’re concerned about page speed but based on my observation, it doesn’t affect it at all. Adding a small piece of javascript or a plugin won’t matter (in this case) although it may add another “HTTP” request on your server, it’s just almost undetectable.

  7. Sire says:

    Just checking to see if you’ve sent me that email? Noting in my inbox yet?
    .-= Sire´s last blog ..Interview With Maddy Cuttsworth Over PR Update =-.

  8. Mathdelane says:

    Hello Sire,
    I’ve sent you another email and hopefully you’ll get it this time. You might want to check your Spam folder if it didn’t went through your Inbox. Referral emails normally come from no-reply [at] imagespacemedia [dot] com.
    Thanks for the heads-up!

  9. Ching Ya says:

    Looks attractive. I just love how you and Sire are feeding us with these money-making info. 🙂 If I ever going to try it out I know who I should look for. Probably on other blogs I’m working on. Thanks for the heads up!

    @wchingya
    Social/Blogging Tracker
    .-= Ching Ya´s last blog ..How to Optimize Google Buzz for Social Network Benefits =-.

  10. Charles says:

    I’m curious as to the click through rate you are seeing on these ads compared to regular text links. @Arafat I would think the impact would be minimal on page speed.
    .-= Charles´s last blog ..A Rise in the Condo Market =-.

  11. Mathdelane says:

    @Charles
    It’s nice to see you back. Actually, the CTR is broken down per image wherein there are images that have high click-through compared to other images. The interface doesn’t compute the CTR of all your images as an average instead its reporting analytics is designed per image which means you can determine which among your images get more attraction.

  12. I like your post. I have a random question, sorry to be off topic, but I was wondering how do you write to get your site found on Google like I found yours?

  13. Mathdelane says:

    Hi Ria,
    You simply need to write unique content and must have the right set of tools to make your articles SEO-friendly. Let me know if you need some assistance.

  14. Wen Au says:

    Strange that your sample image is a screenshot instead of an actual ad link sample.

    Please invite me to join. Thank you, Math!

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