Tips On Making Money With AdBrite

So you have joined AdBrite? You may be one of those lucky web-masters or bloggers that will immediately start benefiting from the advertising ads shown on your blog or website. Chances are that you may also be one of many who, after joining AdBrite and placing the necessary codes on your website, will earn pennies per day as weeks and months pass them by. Every forum or website you go to, to find an advise on how to monetize on your website via advertisements, you will read that in order to begin earning any good money with advertisements on your website, you will need traffic and lots of it.

There are few things that you can do to improve your chances on earning better income from AdBrite, even if your website does not have much traffic. Basic understanding on how AdBrite works will help you to set a stage for success with advertising.

Placing Your Website in Correct Category and Choosing the Right Keywords.

Whenever you create a new AdBrite add zone for your website, you are asked to choose a category to which your website belongs. While this may seam as a simple step, placing your website in a wrong category will affect the kind of adds that will be shown on your website. If your website, for example is about cosmetics and you have chosen for your website a category for websites about pets, the future visitors may wonder why the advertisements for animal products are shown on your website.

You may also consider to use wisely the description field for your website. Many web masters use the description that is exact copy of the description they have used when submitting their websites to other directories and search engines. While this kind of description is OK, you will be better off to you use that option to sell your space. You can, for example mention that all AdBrite advertisements are located above the “fold” on your website. Many advertisers know that adds located above the fold have much better click-through.

After choosing the category, you will be asked to provide two sets of keywords. One- to describe the content and nature of your website. The other- to let advertisers know what they can sell via advertisements on your website. Make sure that each group of keywords are related. This will only compliment the content of your website and most likely improve the click-through of your ads.

The above steps of course are not important should you choose to manually approve each and every add. But if you let AdBrite to approve the adds, they will most likely reflect the keywords you have provided in one of the steps while setting an add zone.

Pricing Your Add Zone.

One of the great features available to AdBrite publishers is that they can choose to set their own prices that will be used in direct purchases. Setting the right price is very important. While you may have an ambition of showing an advertising at $100 per day, this will only work for high trafficked websites. On the other hand setting lower then your competitors may result in poor earnings. With time you will be able to adjust prices after you learn what works and what does not. Having the freedom to set your own prices, you may also use it as an incentive feature. Let say you have set the price at $1 per day. You can offer a discount to those advertisers who will choose to place a weekly rate at $5 or a monthly rate at $20.

Developing Relationships With AdBrite Advertisers.

Since you will be able to manually approve all direct purchases, use this opportunity to build a business relationship with your advertisers. Do not be afraid to ask for their feedback even if they do not repurchase the adds on your website in the future. This feedback will provide you with tips on how to improve your efforts.

Upon approval of specific adds for your website send an e-mail to your advertisers reminding them to install tracking code on their website. If they have done so, send them another e-mail to see whether or not their campaign is performing well.

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  • Lian Felani Feb 12, 2008, 1:03 am

    Can we put adsense and adbrite in 1 blog?

  • Lian Felani Feb 12, 2008, 8:03 am

    Can we put adsense and adbrite in 1 blog?

  • Vlad Feb 12, 2008, 10:30 am


    I believe the best solution would be to to alternate AdSense and AdBrite.

  • Vlad Feb 12, 2008, 5:30 pm


    I believe the best solution would be to to alternate AdSense and AdBrite.

  • Ardi, business solution idea Mar 6, 2008, 8:59 am

    I am really new on adbrite. This article make me
    want to learn more about adbrite.Thanks for sharing the tips.

  • Ardi, business solution idea Mar 6, 2008, 3:59 pm

    I am really new on adbrite. This article make me
    want to learn more about adbrite.Thanks for sharing the tips.

  • MyFoot Oct 8, 2008, 11:22 pm

    sure da

  • MyFoot Oct 8, 2008, 11:23 pm

    U can dude

  • Desi Oct 26, 2008, 9:41 am

    I am using adbrite but for some reason i am not earning more than 50 cents on 2,152 adviews per day. 🙁 Really frustrating

  • Vlad Zablotskyy Oct 26, 2008, 2:28 pm

    Adbirte pays much better on per click….. You really need tons of traffic to make anything on CPM. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

  • Desi Nov 18, 2008, 10:23 pm

    I realized that and replaced it with Chitika graphics ads. So far i have earned $10 (unaudited) i do not know how much am i going to earn after audit. Goodluck to me.

    One more reason to replace adbrite was that it was making my page load really slow. I do not know if that was a true case but oh well let me just try something else. If nothing works out i am sure i will go back to adbrite.

  • maleos Dec 4, 2008, 6:04 am

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  • Sean B. Halliday Mar 3, 2009, 3:41 pm

    I believe I will try Adbrite and see how it works.

    I'll post again after I have tried it.

    Sean B. Halliday

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  • Ike Sep 17, 2009, 10:24 am

    How much can one really make with adbrite per month?

  • blog make money Oct 20, 2009, 9:07 am

    Adbrite? Haven’t heard about it yet. I’m going to try it one of these days and I hope it is really worth it. Is it easy to use?

  • Muhammad Danish Apr 5, 2010, 5:21 am

    How to boost earnings through adbrite please help me?

  • Phil Jun 22, 2010, 3:46 am

    Thanks for the tips. I will use them on my website > I have adbrite ads on my website. It worked out good when I interviewed tom green.

  • otaku Jul 2, 2010, 10:27 pm

    I just signed up…hopefully it will work