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Trying Out Adbrite

I’ve been hearing about Adbrite for a few years and decided to give them a try.  Adbrite can help publishers such as myself generate revenue for their website. A plus is that Adbrite also allows publishers to sell their own ad inventory on their website and set the prices.

I recently put the Adbrite code on a few of my websites pages (and deleted Adsense as they are not compatible).  Apparently I signed up in 2008 (don’t remember) but never added the code to my website.  I am now waiting for the ads to appear in the 3 zones that I selected. I chose one 728×90 ad block at the top of all of my web template preview pages and a 300×250 ad block at the top left of the template preview pages and template search engine page. I am anxious to see how relevant the ads are and how much the payouts are.

While I am waiting for the ads to appear, the ad blocks are blank and read “Advertise on this site”. Yes, I make $0 money while the zones are not showing ads. I read that it could take up to 24 hours for the ads to appear.

ad brite ad blocks 

I thought it would be less but It doesn’t look like it.  I’m not happy that it takes so long to see what the ads will be but will remain open minded. I hope that I set up the zones correctly and added enough keywords. I won’t know anything for sure until the ads Network appear. Hopefully by Saturday there will be ads in the zones.

If you want to join Adbrite with me here’s the join button:



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June 19th, 2009 at 3:52 pm

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