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Top 5 Best Web Advertising Companies

October 19th, 2007 posted by · 3 Comments

I’ve dealt with a lot of internet ad companies over the years, but there are a select few that stand out to me.  A good company will offer you the best products, change with the times, pay out its members when they promise to and always listen to their customers.  They will also be readily available should you require assistance with their campaigns.  I’ve compiled a list of my personal top 5 ad companies below.  Feel free to add your own thoughts or share your experience with my selections in the comments.

  • TTZ Media
    TTZ MediaTTZ Media was created by famous blogger John Chow and just went live to the public last week.  TTZ Media is known for showcasing ads relevent to the technology and shopping niche.  You’ll find offers for digital cameras, computers, mp3 players and iPhones from TTZ.  You can also specify your own keywords to have ads tailored to your market.
  • AzoogleAds
    Azoogle AdsAzoogleAds is a company with a very personal touch.  Upon being approved, you’ll be assigned an individual account manager who will work with you to help promote the best products possible to your target audience.  AzoogleAds will provide you with their top picks of offers to promote based on your niche.  Most of their campaigns are cost-per-action (CPA).
  • NeverblueAds
    NeverblueAdsNeverblueAds is similar to Azoogle, in which they will work along with you on a personal level to make sure you achive your goals.  NeverBlueAds also offers cost-per-lead (CPL) campaigns and they’re constantly adding new advertisers to their list.
  • Copeac
    CopeacCopeac is a great ad company if you want to promote incentivizable products on your site, such as gift cards or ring tones.  They offer a cost-per-lead (CPL) option for most of their offers, which means you could be paid $1.50 if a visitor were to enter their ZIP code to obtain one of the displayed offers for example.
  • Millnic Media
    Millnic MediaMillnic Media is similar to Copeac, in which they promote a lot of cost-per-lead (CPL) advertisers.  The one thing I noticed with Millic is that the payouts are very high for leads.  You can earn up to $150/lead for promoting their highest ranked Forex program.

Best Integrated Ad Companies

  • Text Link Ads
    Text Link AdsText Link Ads (TLA) are paid links that you sell on your site based on an advertiser’s demand.  TLA evaluates your site and determines how much a link on it would be worth to the advertiser.  Your site is then advertised inside the TLA marketplace for potential ad space.  Once an advertiser decides to purchase a link on your site, you will get 50% of the cost and TLA keeps the other 50%.  The entire process is automated and you don’t need to update your HTML code every time a link is bought.  You only need to insert a small piece of code the first time you sign up and you’re ready to go.
  • Kontera
    KonteraKontera creates text links that are based on certain keywords you display throughout your site.  You may notice on this page alone there are a few links that are double underlined.  These are all provided by Kontera and lead to an advertiser’s site that relates to that certain keyword.  Kontera earns you money on a pay-per-click based system.

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3 Comments so far
  1. Ryan MyAvatars 0.2

    Nice picks. I use most of those… I really like TTZ Media though.

  2. shy guy MyAvatars 0.2

    Good tips.. I’ve never used it..
    Maybe after this i will try

  3. Wayne Liew MyAvatars 0.2

    I don’t really had tried making money out of affiliate networks. I just started blogging and I need guides on it.

    Anyway, I am making money through Kontera and a little through Text-Link-Ads because I have stop selling paid links inside my sidebar due to Google penalisation.