I’m dealing with this question, both on a few of my own blogs and for some of my clients, so I found this how-to + philosophy post pretty helpful.
This looks like a good supplement to direct ad sales and Adsense.
I don’t have a product that would make sense for this kind of advertising, but I’m fascinated by the marriage of environmentalism and marketing represented here.
I’ve been very impressed with StumbleUpon’s ability to deliver free traffic, and would certainly consider paying them for more targeted results.
I’m testing the “tag ads” here and can’t ever seem to remember the name/address to edit my ads. 🙂
I’m glad Robyn pointed out this deal. I’ve signed up and now just need to decide which site(s) to advertise.
A very handy site to help filter useless Adsense ads and focus on ads that will add value to the site.
Very useful rundown of great Adsense tools.
I’m fascinated by this idea. I’m wondering if it’s just a short term thing and whether it would be worth it to get a block or if it would just up my traffic for a couple of days until the market’s saturated.