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Using In-Image Advertising for Extra Website Income – GumGum Review

Having a blog personally I do know how hard it could be to find the right monetization strategy, sometimes nothing seems to work, except several classic methods, which include affiliate links and earning money with google adsense.

Today I would like to speak about a new way of making money online with a blog or website. Everyone, who has a web property would really like to receive some cash for their efforts and there is nothing wrong about it, bloggers spend hours of their valuable time updating their sites and trying to boost their search engine positions, so they do deserve it.

What is an In-Image ad Network?

GumGum.com is a website, which practices new approaches to making money with blogs, especially portfolios and image blogs. They offer a new way of advertising – in-image advertising. GumGum offers bloggers and webmasters to earn additional revenue with image ads based on CPM basis (sorry for tautology).

After installing their script, all your images will be enhanced with gorgeous ads, shown on the bottom of every image. Users by clicking the ads they like with generate you revenue. As for me, such ads are very user-friendly and they should have a high CTR rate.

GumGum.com - get paid for image ads

I think that this way of advertising should get a lot of fans and is capable of generating an additional income stream for any blogger. I do support new interesting ways of making money with blogs, recently I tried using Infolinks, which is a yet another cool way to get money for blogging (please visit my Infolinks review for more info).

GumGum.com provides both quality and reliability. From their website I found out that they work with thousands of advertisers and provide several million visitors per month to their advertisers. Judging by think we can say that GumGum ads are capable of suiting any website and I think this blog monetization service is really worth giving it a try.

The minimum cashout at GumGum is equal to $50, which should be a bit hard to reach, if you don’t have a high-traffic website. All payments are completed via PayPal, but if you don’t have an account, you can contact support and find a way around and solve this problem.

Personally I will be looking forward to the latest news connected with GumGum.com and will try this network myself. If you have any experience with this website, please leave your comments or ideas below. Don’t forget to subscribe to my blog, it is totally free and takes just several seconds to do.

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