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Sell Advertising with

May 30th, 2008 posted by · 4 Comments

Advertising can be a huge money maker for any blog, so when it comes to selling your precious online real estate, you best do it the right way. is a marketplace that allows site owners to sell advertising directly to perspective buyers in a secure and organized way. While I still personally prefer selling ads myself, those who are new to this would greatly benefit from such a service.

BuySellAds does take a 25% cut of every ad you sell, but if you sell enough, it doesn’t really matter. The site also lists important information advertisers may want to know, such as the Alex rank, Compete score, Google PageRank, Technorati links, Yahoo inbound links and number of bookmarks.

Here’s an example of an ad page for

You can also choose how many ad units you want to sell on your site and in what position. If you’re getting a lot of interest, you can sell more ads than you have space for and display them in rotation. You also have the option of deciding whether an ad is nofollow or not.

The site is still in its early beta stages and it appears they review each site manually before you’re accepted into the program. If you’re looking to sell advertising on your blog, but never knew how to… then I’d highly recommend using BuySellAds.

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4 Comments so far
  1. Pro Blogging MyAvatars 0.2

    one can use some extra money earned from their site/blog to advertise their blog but new blogger like me dont get such benefits

    we have to wait month or to until we get good flow of traffic and achieve some reasonable page rank and technorati authority

  2. Chris Jacobson MyAvatars 0.2

    That’s true. But to help build website credibility and get some free traffic in the mean time, check out this post:

    Once you start getting a flow of traffic and PR, then you should consider

  3. MyAvatars 0.2

    I never like BuySellAds, no offense though.

    Few days back, I wanted to buy this ad on one blog and after seeing the link direct me to BuySellAds, I don’t feel like buying anymore.

    I prefer more personalize system, like buying ads directly from blogger without having to go through things like that.

    It’s just me anyway. 😎

  4. Chris Jacobson MyAvatars 0.2

    GradeMoney: That’s why I sell my ads privately. I have more control. 🙂