Have you ever been faced with the problem of having to change affiliate links on your blog? Maybe the folks looking after the affiliate program changed their link format and won’t support the old format (it happens), or maybe you’d prefer to swap a link out for a link to a better product. This isn’t a problem if you only have a couple of links that need changing, but what do you do if you have a load of affiliate links distributed across your posts? Well, there is a simple way to replace links that doesn’t require a lot of time and editing, so here’s what to do:
The question of how much (percentage-wise) Google pays webmasters for clicks on Adsense ads displayed on their websites has always been open to speculation. Google have never revealed what that figure is and speculation among webmasters put the figure at anywhere between 10% and 50% of revenue share.
Personally, I always figured it was around the 50% mark and I think the majority of opinion put it at between 40% and 50%.
Well, it was something of a surprise then when Google recently came out and announced exactly what the revenue share percentage is. The announcement was supposedly made “in the spirit of greater transparency”.
And the percentage?
I’m always looking for new ways to make money online and new ways to get traffic to my sites. After all, internet marketing is an ever-changing business where you can’t afford to stand still for too long.
The other day, in amongst the 100 or so emails I get a day was an invitation from my old astronomy buddy, Todd Gross, to join a marketing course run by someone called Alex Jeffreys.