by Paula Neal Mooney
Today there sits $5.45 in my AdBrite account.
That's because after I joined AdBrite and added the AdBrite code to my blog, I was dissatisfied with how slowly the AdBrite ads were earning money, so I took them down.
I hedged my bets that the Amazon ads in the above prime blog real estate space would earn more. They have. Join Amazon Associates for details.
But today I have new reason to urge bloggers to join AdBrite, if they haven't already.
It's because I got an email about the new AdBrite InVideo ads.
AdBrite InVideo lets you upload your own videos (that I'm sure you have to own the copyright for), splashed with your brand across the AdBrite InVideos.
AdBrite InVideo says they'll pay you (don't know how much) when people click on the AdBrite InVideos -- with non-obtrusive ads -- and you'll get paid when people share the AdBrite InVideo ads, too.
When your AdBrite InVideos go viral, let's hope AdBrite coughs up mucho deniro.
(I'll let you know once I finally upload and edit the videos from my 30-minute version of this 60-minute Point-and-Shoot Camcorder that I proclaimed was mine in Jesus' Name that He blest me with. )
YouTube finally got hip to this and began offering pay, too, for certain videos.
I like this AdBrite InVideo concept, because I believe people will watch personal videos over ads.
So watch the new AdBrite InVideo ads promo, which is also embedded below.
(Add a less-than sign, forward slash, the word "embed" and a greater-than sign at the end of the AdBrite InVideo HTML code given if you're getting errors trying to embed the AdBrite InVideo ads promo on your blog.)
Think it's time for me to finally give AdBrite InVideo a try...
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