Articler.com Shares Ad Revenue Through Article Submissions

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With Google Adsense leading the market in pay-per-click ads, many alternatives have appeared as to how to gain more exposure and income. Now, you don't have to own a website in order to earn through Adsense. Websites have started to share their Adsense earnings through participation to the site.

With Google Adsense leading the market in pay-per-click ads, many alternatives have appeared as to how to gain more exposure and income. Now, you don't have to own a website in order to earn through Adsense. Websites have started to share their Adsense earnings through participation to the site.

Through combined marketing techniques, websites can now boost their traffic, improve their content, and offer users additional income.

One such example is related to article submission sites. Through article submissions, submitters create more exposure to their site and the submission site itself receives new content on a regular basis. It's a win-win situation. The article is submitted free to a site, with a linkback to the writer's website. If visitors to the site that read the article find it interesting, they will visit the writer’s website and this generates more traffic to that site.

Now, http://www.articler.com has taken this concept to the next level, which is to share their AdSense revenues with the article submitters.

Where most article submission sites show ads to increase their revenue, http://www.articler.com shares ad revenue among all active members of the website. Through Google Adsense, relevant ads are automatically served for the content of the page. All users subscribed to the site that have an AdSense account will receive part of the earnings each time a visitor clicks on an ad displayed for the article submitted.

Why share AdSense revenue?

Due to the fact that users and original content are two main elements for any website, http://www.articler.com shares Adsense revenue in order to receive better content and more users, giving them more than just a linkback. They also receive part of the earnings from AdSense. The result is a site where visitors will find continuous fresh content, submitters receive linkback and part of the AdSense revenues of their articles, and the site itself receives original content and more users.

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