Skimlinks does exactly what its name implies — skims your blog’s links for affiliate marketing opportunities — but it can do so much more. The Skimwords feature turns merchant names or product names into affiliate links for you, and the SkimRSS feature means you can earn affiliate commissions even if your readers get your content through an RSS feed. Skimlinks wants to take the work out of affiliate marketing, so you can concentrate on creating fabulous content and building community.
Google AdSense is a free, simple way to earn money by displaying targeted ads next to your online content. Bloggers can struggle with the idea of adding advertising to their site, but with Google AdSense, you can show relevant and engaging ads to your site visitors. Customize the look and feel of the ads to match your website, your content and your readers’ interests.
VigLink knows one of the toughest parts of affiliate advertising is combining your content for links that fit. Sign up with their affiliate advertising network, and VigLink will automatically affiliate your links with from their network — which includes more than 35,000 retailers and advertisers. Boasting over 500 million clicks each month, VigLink is able to negotiate sky-high commissions for their affiliates.
Buy Sell Ads connects advertisers and publishers in a powerful ad network. Advertisers want their ads to be seen by relevant customers, and publishers want to include ads their readers want to see. Buy Sell Ads leverages their network to make the right connections between advertisers and content creators, so advertisers and bloggers are both happy with where and what sort of ads are being shown.
Amobee works to make your media smarter. Using both real-time and historical data, Amobee Brand Intelligience monitors brand position. Formerly Kontera, Amobee analyzes consumer interest trends so you can better understand the people visiting and engaging with your site and your brand. The heatmap view and content stream view help users see the data represented visually, so users can easily interpret what’s working and what isn’t between their content and their visitors.