Well I guess the Yahoo! Publisher Program is ahead of Google Adsense with one minor thing and that is payment options. Perhaps they could be opening the option after the beta is over for other countries to receive payments faster and easier. I’m for one happy that they have added this option although I prefer direct deposit because there are no fees involved at all. With a business Paypal account a percentage is deducted every time that your receive any type of payments. If you have low standing you might want to opt in the paypal option to receive your payment faster but with a small fee!

Here is how you activate it in your account:

So it is with PayPal, which, we wanted to remind you, is now a payment option for publishers in our network. There are a number of bennies to using PayPal:

* Payment requires a minimum balance of just $50, as opposed to $100 for checks
* Same-day payment—whereas check payments are made seven to ten days after we receive the request (payments will still be issued on pre-determined days)
* No-fee transfers to your PayPal account, so you don’t pay more for the convenience

To add PayPal to your account, go to the “Payment Options” page under the Account Information tab, check the PayPal radio button, and click “Submit.”

Auction ads to put it simple is very awesome. I like it because its easy to add to any site and ebay has a truck load of items ranging from weird to luxury. My total is far from something to brag about but placing the ads on websites that hardly get much traffic has done pretty decent.

I average about 300 impressions a day which is very low. Total revenue earned 15 including $11.56 from May 13th. Not too bad and the minimum to receive a check is $10 by paypal.

A good offer is going around by Text Link Ads who are offering their customers that join AuctionAds $5.00 deposited into your new auction ads account. Pretty good stuff considering the minimum for a check is $10 you’re almost halfway there 🙂

So go over to TLA to sign up for a free account there and then sign up for Auction Ads!

Good luck


Finally a year later, after “testing” Kontera, I will get my first check 🙂 I finally put Kontera into second gear in the last quarter of 2006. I like that it doesn’t interfere with Google Adsense. Last month went well also, so I look forward to thinking of more ways to implement the ads into my sites. Anyone who is thinking about joining, you’d better go ahead.