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Earn Commission For Life From your Website Traffic

Online advertising is growing in popularity for many businesses to promote their products and services on the internet.  With more and more of the worlds population looking to the internet as their place to get news and information it is no wonder why online advertising is becoming a great place for businesses to advertise.
It is cost effective and allows  businesses a way to give more  information to potential customers than most traditional forms of broadcast and publications.

Online advertising technology advances are being made everyday that enhance what visitors would like to see. 
How do you make money from a website?

In this order you must know very important details about this argument

There are two sides to online advertising, a legitimate one and an illegitimate one. The legitimate side of online advertising includes search engine advertising, desktop advertising, online advertising directories, advertising networks and opt-in e-mail advertising. The illegitimate side is dominated by spamming.

Though the range of advertising options has expanded since in the commercialization of the Internet, the use of rich media and static images is extremely popular.
The ever-increasing audience of online users will likely continue to be a major advertising market.
Potential customers can find what they are looking for through searching keywords, categories, and browsing.
Businesses can now interact with their visitors and make promoting their goods and services an enjoyable experience for potential customers. Businesses can also use the internet to keep in touch with customers through newsletters, chat, and promotions on their websites.

One easy way to earn an income is to join an affiliate affiliate program deliver banner advertisements from your site.  There are many banner-advertising firms in operation today and a number of compensation models in place.  Some firms pay each time an ad is displayed on your website.  Some pay a flat fee when a visitor clicks on an advertisement.  Other banner advertising companies pay based on your sales performance.  For example, if a visitor to your website clicks on a banner ad and then subsequently purchases a product, you will receive a portion of the purchase price.

There are hundreds of banner advertising firms in operation today. It is important to affiliate with a reputable company that pays  reasonable rates and makes prompt payments.  To be accepted as an affiliate, most of the major players in the banner advertising industry will require that your site meet some minimum requirements such as the following:

Your website must not reside on a “free” server.  It must have its own domain name.
Your website content must be original, legal, and socially acceptable.

The payments made monthly or are they held until a minimum threshold is reached.

Payment conventions
Because of the ability to track results of online advertising at a more granular level than what is available through traditional advertising,  varying ways have developed for the advertisers and publishers to do business. The three most common ways in which online advertising is purchased are CPM, CPC, and CPA.

CPM (Cost Per Thousand) is paying for exposure of their message to a specific audience. CPM costs are priced per thousand that is the amount you earn is typically calculated based on the number of thousand impressions of the banner.

CPV (Cost Per Visitor) is paying for the delivery of a Targeted Visitor to the advertisers website.

CPC (Cost Per Click) advertising is also performance based and is common in search marketing, where it is often known as Pay per click (PPC). In this scheme, an advertisement may be displayed (and assumedly viewed) many times, but the advertiser pays based only on the number of user clicks. This system provides an incentive for publishers to target ads correctly (often by keyword), as the payment depends not upon the ad being seen but upon the viewer's responding and following the hyperlink.

CPA (Cost Per Action) or (Cost Per Acquisition) advertising is performance based and is common in the affiliate marketing sector of the business. In this payment scheme, the publisher takes all the risk of running the ad, and the advertiser pays for the media on the basis of only the number of users who complete a transaction, such as a purchase or sign-up. This is the best type of rate to pay for banner advertisements and the worst type of rate to charge.
Similarly, CPL (Cost Per Lead) advertising is identical to CPA advertising and is based on the user completing a form, registering for a newsletter or some other action that the merchant feels will lead to a sale. Also common, CPO (Cost Per Order) advertising is based on each time an order is transacted.

Cost per Conversion describes the cost of acquiring a customer, typically calculated by dividing the total cost of an ad campaign by the number of conversions. The definition of "Conversion" varies depending the situation: it is sometimes considered to be a lead, a sale, or a purchase.

Some advertisers offer multi-tier programs (Affiliate Programs)  that distribute commission into a hierarchical referral network of sign-ups and sub-partners. In practical terms: publisher "A" signs up to the program with an advertiser and gets rewarded for the agreed activity conducted by a referred visitor. If publisher "A" attracts other publishers ("B", "C", etc.) to sign up for the same program using her sign-up code all future activities by the joining publishers "B" and "C" will result in additional, lower commission for publisher "A".

Rich Media advertising
The display advertising portion of online advertising is increasingly dominated by rich media, generally using Adobe Flash. Rich media advertising techniques make overt use of color, imagery, page layout, and other elements in order to attract the reader's attention. Some users might consider these ads as intrusive or obnoxious, because they can distract from the desired content of a webpage. Some examples of common rich media formats and the terms of art used within the industry to describe them:

Banner ad: An advertising graphic  image or animation displayed on a  website, in an application (such as  Eudora), or in an HTML email.  Banner ads come in numerous  standard sizes defined by the IAB,  but originally (in the mid to late 1990's)  were only rectangular GIF images 468  pixels wide by 60 pixels high.  Currently media types and sizes have
since become much more varied.

Interstitial ad: The display of a page of  ads before the requested content.

Floating ad: An ad which moves across  the user's screen or floats above the  content.

Expanding ad: An ad which changes  size and which may alter the contents  of the webpage.

Polite ad: A method by which a large ad will be downloaded in smaller pieces to minimize the disruption of the content being viewed.

Wallpaper ad: An ad which changes the background of the page being viewed.

Trick banner: A banner ad that looks like a dialog box with buttons. It simulates an error message or an alert.

Pop-up: A new window which opens in front of the current one, displaying an advertisement, web page, or entire website.

Pop-under: Similar to a Pop-Up except that the window is loaded or sent behind the current window so that the user does not see it until  hey close one or more active windows.

Pseudo popup: ad version of popup displayed in page like banners which is unblockable.

Video ad: similar to a banner ad, except that instead of a static or animated image, actual moving video clips are displayed.

Map ad: text or graphics linked from, and appearing in or over, a location on an electronic map such as on Google Maps.

Mobile ad: an SMS text or multi-media message sent to a cell phone.

In addition, ads containing streaming video or streaming audio are becoming very popular with advertisers.

Contextual advertising
Many advertising networks display text-only ads that correspond to the keywords of an Internet search or to the content of the page on which the ad is shown. These ads are believed to have a greater chance of attracting a user, because they tend to share a similar context as the user's search query. For example, a search query for "flowers" might return an advertisement for a florist's website.
Another newer technique is embedding keyword hyperlinks in an article which are sponsored by an advertiser. When a user follows the link, they are sent to a sponsor's website.

Ads and malware
There is also class of advertising methods which may be considered unethical and perhaps even illegal. These include external applications which alter system settings (such as a browser's home page), spawn pop-ups, and insert advertisements into non-affiliated webpages. Such applications are usually labeled as spyware or adware. They may mask their questionable activities by performing a simple service, such as displaying the weather or providing a search bar. Some programs are effectively trojans. These applications are commonly designed so as to be difficult to remove or uninstall. The ever-increasing audience of online users, many of which are not computer-savy, frequently lack the knowledge and technical ability to protect themselves from these programs. WWW.TETRASO.COM and WWW.BAMTRADE.COM do not distribue prompt downloads, malicious codes and malware.


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