BidVertiser Claim: BidVertiser provides web publishers a way to monetize their websites with an auction based pay per click program. This unique effort pays out based on an advertiser’s bid for your ad space rather than keyword popularity, such as most other PPC programs. Therefore, the popular quality sites earn much more money per click than lower quality sites with the same keywords. This system also allows for flash, little written content, or other application heavy websites that are difficult to crawl easier to monetize. Bidvertiser is one of the few PPC programs that actually have steadily increasing income as your site matures in the system. In addition, Bidvertiser offers a referral program for advertisers and publishers which adds a bit of a commission part to the program.
|BidVertiser at a Glance|
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"I'm making around $600 per month from Adsense...but with bidvertiser, I made $410 in just 15 days. So, that should make around $820 per month for me. An increase of 36% over my adsense earnings."
"While most of you might think BidVertiser is not a good option when a better option like Adsense is around, BidVertiser has some advantages over Adsense."
My Blog Log
"$10 payout...your waiting period from months to weeks. For small time bloggers, this is particularly attractive."
Net Business Blog
"The ROI on my campaigns was always satisfying as well and cheaper than Adwords (hence the lower PPC on the publishing end)."
Some comment reviews
"This site is a totally valid, and fully trustworthy advertising company. They do not spam, they have no bad downloads, and they will always deliver any money you make."
"Bidvertiser excels in every area such as their great control panel and superb level of ad customization."
Search Engine Journal
"Over the past year, I’ve been getting emails saying that there are new bids waiting for approval. The bids generally seem to be getting higher."
Pay Per Click Universe
"Users feel there are too few advertisers to make this a viable network right now, although it has future potential."