AdvertiseSpace Online Adverstising works more or less like BSA (Buy Sell Ads). You register, put up the code given and wait for advertiser to advertise on your blog. The difference, while BSA gives you 75% sharing revenue, AdvertiseSpace gives you only 60%
Here’s what AdvertiseSpace has to say about itself: “AdvertiseSpace simplifies the process of buying and selling banner advertising. AdvertiseSpace fully automates this process, keeping it simple for buyers while allowing site owners to focus on other aspects of their business.”
If you’re interested, or just curious to try, sign-up here.
Google launches Google Affiliate Network which will supplement Google AdSense. Google Affiliate Network is Pay Per Action / Cost Per Action (PPA / CPA) ad program. Meaning, you will get paid for every time your are driving a sale or other conversion. For example, someone buy a book from the link you refer, you’ll get a commission for it. The Adsense official blog has more:
Many AdSense publishers have already started using Google Affiliate Network to complement their AdSense ads and earn additional revenue.
Here’s how to get started:
1. Sign up for a Google Affiliate Network account with your AdSense Publisher ID.
2. As you soon as you’re approved for Google Affiliate Network, sign in and apply for advertiser programs.
3. Follow the instructions to start displaying cost-per-action ads.
Check out our Beginner’s Guide to help you through the process of becoming a successful affiliate publisher and continue reading for the answers to our frequently asked questions.
PPA / CPA affiliate ad has never been a good idea to make money online particularly if your visitors are from non-US country since online purchasing are not part of a habit for people outside the US (and/or European country).
Thus, forget this Google affiliate program thing if your targeting visitors are outside US.