“It fills the void in the market for a comprehensive handbook that is friendly enough for beginners, yet answers questions raised by the most seasoned of publishers.”
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) June 21, 2011
Infolinks' CMO, Tomer Treves condenses the wealth of information found on his blog Online Siesta in his new book which chronicles his experience and thoughts about online marketing, digital advertising and website monetization. It is currently listed in the Barnes & Noble Rising Star Special Collection on BarnesandNoble.com and will be available through this exclusive boutique through the end of the month of July.
“The Hidden Treasure in your Website,” is one hundred and one pages reviewing the evolution of online content monetization while thoroughly exploring In-Text advertising as a viable monetization option. “Fielding questions from readers of OnlineSiesta.com is really what inspired this book,” shared author Tomer Treves. “It fills the void in the market for a comprehensive handbook that is friendly enough for beginners, yet answers questions raised by the most seasoned of publishers.”
“The Hidden Treasure in your Website” is the first professional guide to In-Text advertising optimization with never before shared industry secrets revealing how to make links visually appealing, where to put In-Text ads and also where to turn them off. It also delves into the interrelations between In-Text ads and Google AdSense, which is a topic of endless interest to website and blog owners.
This book is available at Amazon, where the first chapter is complimentary. As a bonus, Infolinks includes a generous coupon with each book sale to boost publishers’ revenues using Infolinks In-Text ad platform. Infolinks encourages readers to take time to review this book on Amazon.
Infolinks, established in 2007 and backed by Primera Capital, is the fastest growing In-Text advertising network. Since the company’s incorporation, over 50,000 websites worldwide have integrated Infolinks In-Text ads. Infolinks utilizes cutting-edge technology such as Hadoop, HBase and its own algorithm to guarantee its publishers receive the highest revenue.