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Should You Offer Revenue Sharing?
By: KC Morgan
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    Table of Contents:
  • Should You Offer Revenue Sharing?
  • Benefits of Revenue Sharing
  • Revenue Sharing Options
  • Content for Sale

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    Should You Offer Revenue Sharing? - Revenue Sharing Options

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    Still want to give revenue sharing a try? There are many different programs you might want to consider for your site. Using an Internet search, you will find several advertising options. Learn about some of the more popular revenue sharing options out there:

    Google AdSense

    It's hard to spend time online and not see links for Google AdSense, one of the most popular forms of revenue sharing on the Internet. Google AdSense is a type of pay per click program anyone can join. Google uses the words on your site to place ads, and you earn money. It really is that simple. AdSense offers quick sign up and revenue-tracking features that will make it easy for your writers to see what they're earning at any time.

    Content Match

    Content Match is Yahoo's profit sharing program which matches ads to content on your site. This program is very similar to AdSense in that it places links based upon the keywords offered in your content. You'll have to provide Yahoo with information about the amount of traffic you receive and some personal particulars, but after sign up you'll be ready to start reaping revenue.


    A service offered by Chitika, AdPro boasts that you are allowed to keep 100 percent of your ad revenue when signing up for service. When you sign up, you'll include information about your site so that your information is on file. AdPro touts itself as best used by high-traffic sites. This program might be better for well-established sites.

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