Most AdSense publishers only use the “AdSense for Content” products when monetizing their site. But did you know that there’s a hidden goldmine?! Stop and think about the Firefox referral program that pays $1 per successful install?! Yes $1, that’s more than a click on an AdSense ad! Well, anyway. Many have tried to make money through it yet, many failed.
Why did they fail?! Maybe they don’t know this cool techniques that I often use. But now, I’m leaking it to you. So, check these out!
1. The Evil Way
I underestimated this technique before, but when you actually try it, You’ll be surprised why tons of referral $$$ are swarming your AdSense account! This maybe a little evil, but heck?! If you want to earn money the “fast” way. Check this out:
First, go to http://explorerdestroyer.com/ and follow the instructions given. Check out the site a little bit and read. You will need to install a code for this to work.
The idea is simple, a certain page will show (That tells the IE user to switch to Firefox) if the visitor is using Internet Explorer. Of course, in that page, you’ll put your referral button.
You can also choose the “evil” level of this cool script.
- Gentle – Only shows on top of the page, not evil at all
- Semi-serious – It covers the whole screen but you can still continue without Firefox by clicking a link.
- Dead-serious – Yep, if you’re really that dead-serious, you might want to use this especially if your site breaks down on IE 6. This level will NOT allow an IE user to enter your site. He’s only choice is to download. Cool eh?!
Actually the above technique combines with this because on the splash page that will appear there will be a space for you to add some texts and list all the cool things that Firefox does and IE don’t. (Yipee!)
Just brag them away, and tadaa! A quick $1 for you!
3. Use your 2 unit allowance
You might want to add 2 referral buttons to your site because Google now allows you to do so, but be sure to be wise when positioning the referral buttons or Try the text link cause believe me or not, Text Link has higher conversions! Maybe because loads of readers are ads blinded nowadays.
Oh yea, if you’re not using Firefox, you know what to do: