Be Careful with InfoLinks

by jverner 1 replies
I installed InfoLinks onto my AdSense supported website, thinking I might pick up a few extra bucks. Instead, my AdSense revenues plummeted. At first, I didn't know why. Then it hit me: InfoLinks was having a full-width ad rise from the bottom of the screen just a few second after the page appeared. (There's a name for these, I just can't remember what.). So of course I clicked on the ad - never to return to my page! No wonder my AdSense revenue was down. So be careful with how you use InfoLinks.
#main internet marketing discussion forum #careful #infolinks
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    Hi Jimmy, this is Pamela from Infolinks. The product you're referring to is called InSearch, which is one of the best search advertising products on the market. I can understand your comment about it taking you away from your website, but out advertisers pay for these clicks and in return they'd like for the viewer to land on their page. Also, you can opt out of InSearch. In fact, we have four products to choose from and you can use whichever ones you like at any time to best suit your site's needs. Many of our publishers use both Infolinks and AdSense together and report positive earnings from both sides. It's a great way to boost your earnings. Maybe try again without InSearch if it wasn't a good match for your site. Otherwise, best of luck and thanks for giving us a try!
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