Review – Infolinks [In-Text ads]

Here is an appealing offer from Infolinks, one of the most popular In-Text advertising network (PPC ads) worldwide. You just need to share your infolinksexperience with Infolinks by writing an original review about them on your blog.

My Experience with Infolinks

To be frank, I’ve recently implemented Infolinks ads on this blog, though I had its account before. I always felt that inline text ads can irritate my readers but that’s not the case with Infolinks. They are attractive, fast and pay the highest in comparison to other In-Text ad networks.

Infolinks In text ads

Infolinks shows ads related to your content and it’s very easy to integrate them on any site or blog. They provide effective support to their customers. Nowadays, we can see lot of publishers quitting Kontera and moving over to Infolinks. They are precise in making timely payments and don’t charge anything when we cashout via PayPal.

At last, I want to say that ‘Infolinks is the best way to monetize your blog and earn higher revenue from In Text Ads’.


On January 31st deadline, the top review will win the new Google phone – Nexus One. The second and third best reviews will win a  Nintendo Wii console. The first 10 posts to be published will automatically win cool Infolinks mugs.

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Hurry up: Just publish your review about Infolinks and make sure to include the video below: See more information here.


Hope I can win any of the prizes described above 😀


Mayur Agarwal is the founder and editor-in-chief of WebTrickz. As a Technology enthusiast and an Internet addict, he loves sharing useful How To’s and Tips & Tricks. Follow him @mayurjango on Twitter.

8 Responses

  1. Murphy says:

    Good luck !
    Best regards !

  2. Ravi singh says:


    Thanks for your review.I recently switched to Infolinks as my earning were very less with Kontera. And I must tell you earning has been increased, Also its installation,customization and reports are very easy to operate.

  3. Hi Mayur,

    My name is Jonathan Cohen and I’m the Community Manager at Kontera.

    If you like Infolinks, I think you’ll Kontera. The most recent trend is a lot of publishers are going from Infolinks back to Kontera, thanks to a slew of great offerings.

    First of all Kontera is now offering a 70% revenue share, which is the best rate in the industry. We’re also offering a $50 bonus to any new publisher who gets at least 25,000 U.S. page views during their first 30 days on the network. Additionally, and I know this issue concerns you, Kontera has better payout terms. While Infolinks only allows a $50 payout for certain payment methods, Kontera has a $50 payout threshold across all payment methods.

    Kontera also has more attractive ads than Infolinks. While Infolinks relies solely on generic ads feeds, Kontera has an exclusive ad inventory from such globally recognized brands as Dove, Microsoft, Volvo, Blackberry, Quaker, and L’Oreal. These premium, often Rich-Media ads offer the best CPC and can only be found from Kontera.

    We also feature the most relevant results. Kontera’s contextual technology can understand the meaning of webpages, leading to more higher CTR In-Text ads appearing on your content. Infolinks on the other hand, can only scan webpages for keywords, leading to more unrelated ads, which turn off your visitors and offer lower CTR.

    If you’d like to learn more about Kontera, you can either contact me at or browse or Publishers Page:


    – Jonathan

  4. Shekhar says:

    I invite you to read about my experience with in-yext advertising. It is published at

  5. 'jake says:

    I find “Infolinks” or any other in-text ad annoying and always find a way to disable them.

  6. Arif Bhat says:

    I am using infolinks from 2 months now. First month went smooth with infolinks with good eCPM and less clicks and i was satisfied with it. In second month my clicks have doubled but eCPM has declined sharply and earnings are even not the 50% of the first month. I know you will experience this too. I will surely shift to kontera. I have written to infolinks about the trend they are using to lure new users and then cutting the earnings as the time passes.

  7. A. Roberts says:

    Thank your for the post. I have been thinking about text ads and really needed the info.

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