Like hundreds of other bloggers, I’ve implemented Entrecard into my site to help promote it better. It’s been over a month since I originally signed up and I have nothing but positive remarks for this site. I love it! Plain and simple.
To advertise on some of the big sites like ProBlogger.net and JohnChow.com would cost a few hundred dollars, if not more. Entrecard lets you place your ad on these sites for free, among others.
Here is the detailed statistic information from my Entrecard account within the last 48 hours.
898 credits in your account
18 credits to advertise on your blog
503 cards you dropped
639 cards dropped on you
368 clicks via ads you placed
164 clicks from your blog to others
10 ads you bought
9 ads bought from you
378 clicks from entrecard.com to you
Some of the biggest names in blogging use Entrecard as well. My highest traffic spikes occurred when I bought an ad (using credits) on JohnChow.com and TylerCruz.com. From having my ad on John’s site for only 24 hours, I received 212 clicks. ProBlogger.net is a very hard site to get advertised on (even with Entrecard). Darren’s ad que is always full and the wait time can be over two weeks. Jeremy Schoemaker from ShoeMoney.com had Entrecard on his site for a few days after he came back from BlogWorld, but later removed it. I’m not sure why, but there must have been a reason.
You can earn credits with Entrecard by having others advertise on your site and by dropping your own card on other sites within the program. When I’m not feeling lazy I may drop about 200 cards a day, which would buy about one day’s worth of advertising on John Chow’s site. I should also mention that the more popular a site is, the more amount of credits it takes to advertise on it. 😎
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