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Performancing Partners Ads

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October 18th, 2006
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Performancing has quietly released their ad network called Performancing Parters that lets bloggers to put up 125×125 graphical ads on their blogs on a revenue share basis. They give the blogger 70% of the revenue share and a very high 5% lifetime revenue share of any bloggers that you refer (which is quite nice really). Installation and setup is very simple and this can potentially create another method for bloggers to make some extra video game money. I have decided to give them a shot. They only support vertical ads for the time being but I am told that that will change in the future. I am thinking of reducing the presence of AdSense, which does not do very well. If the people that run a project can be any indication of its future performance, I would say that Performancing Partners is going to do really well.
None of the above links are partner/affiliate links. However, if you use the following link to visit Performancing Partners (affiliate link) I will get 5% of any future revenue generated through your blog (that does not come out of your payment, it comes out of theirs). [EDIT] All links are affiliate links, I am told

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  1. Jessica Doyle (4 comments.) says:

    I signed up yesterday for this. What I like best is the ability to review an advertiser before one accepts the ad to go on one’s site.

  2. David Russell (32 comments.) says:

    There’s a typo in the post title – it is (as you call it in the article itself) ‘performancing’, not ‘performacing’. That’s not the reason for my comment though – more serious is that you have repeated in the typo in your links, which takes people to ‘performacing.com’, a spamsite, rather than ‘performancing.com’, the site you want people to go to.

  3. Mark (118 comments.) says:

    Ouch!!!!! And no-one mentioned this?? Thanks David!!



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