Increase Your Infolinks Earnings with Related Tags

Perhaps you are using Infolinks in your blog inline with your Google Adsense.
Infolinks is one of the best choices of In-Text ads programs, but for some publishers – they don’t like Infolinks much. Why? It’s because they are not making good earnings out of it. Whether you are making a decent income from Infolinks or not, there’s good news for you as publisher. Infolinks is rolling out another feature to better monetize your website. The new feature is called Infolinks Related Tags and is now available to all publishers.

The Related Tags use the Infolinks smart algorithm to find the best keywords on your site and display them as informational tags within a cloud on your website’s content. The Related Tags function similar to the standard In Text ads, so when a visitor hovers over the tags, an Infolinks ad bubble appears, and when they click on the ad you get paid.

According to the metrics study conducted by Infolinks to selected websites or blogs, Related Tags allows publishers to increase their monthly earnings by 30%. Using Related Tags is very easy. Just copy the HTML tag below, and paste it where you want the related tags cloud to appear on your webpage.

<input name=”IL_RELATED_TAGS” type=”hidden” value=”1″ />

I am now using Related Tags on this blog. You can see it below the header. Let’s see if I can also increase my Infolinks earnings with this new feature. What do you think of this new feature? Are you already implementing it on your blog? Let’s talk in the comment section below.

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Bert Padilla

Founding-Editor of Cebu Tech Blogger where he shares insights in eCommerce, Digital Marketing, Ad Ops, Tech, Startups, Technopreneurship, Life Goals and Hacks. He's the brainchild and ninja of a Cebu-based digital agency, TekWorx.Digital, with ventures TekWorx, (eCommerce and Digital Marketing), AdWorx (Outsourced Ad Ops for Publishers) and BlogWorx (full-fledged Blog Development service). Read his Full Curriculum Vitae. For training and consultancy, services, speaking engagements, blog partnerships or media invites, click here. Alternatively, get in touch with him on Messenger.

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