AuctionAds - Monetize with eBay ads

Posted on May 11, 2007
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auctionads.gifCreated by ShoeMoney and MediaWhiz, owners of leading online advertising company Text Link Ads, AuctionAds allow website and blog publishers yet another way to make money by displaying live ads of auctions on eBay. This is a Click-Per-Action programme, so you need to have some decent traffic to convert a few into paying customers.

How It Works
1. AuctionAds run ads which are based on your keyword selection.
2. You keep 100% of your eBay earnings. AuctionAds takes a cut of the eBay affiliate programme.
3. You can also join in AuctionAds’ affiliate programme where you earn 2% of your referrals’ earnings for 6 months.
4.AuctionAds are location-specific, meaning that users from US will see eBay US, while Singapore users for example will see eBay Singapore.
5. The image below is an example of an AuctionAd live ad.


1. You can run AuctionAds alongside Google Adsense.
2. You can run as many sites as you want under a single AuctionAds account.
3. International members are welcome.
4. There is no limit to the number of ads to display.
Payments are made monthly through PayPal with minimum USD10.00 earnings.

If your site is product or consumer based, such as a camera review site, AuctionAds would be suitable as visitors are lookng for information and products, so there is a higher chance that they would be interested in joing an auction. However, you would still need some substantial traffic to see any conversions.

As an added incentive, members will get a USD5.00 bonus added to their account when they sign up, so they’re already halfway to payout.

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