Use your PayPal account in Text Link Ads

Now that your PayPal Philippines account can accept payments, why not use it in Text Link Ads (TLA) — an advertising system that pays you to place advertisers' links in your sites?

Previously if you opted to be paid via check in TLA, it may take more than a month after the payout date before you actually receive the check. But with PayPal, funds are credited to your account on the payment date itself, every first day of the month. No more waiting period!

How does Text Link Ads (TLA) work? 

Once you have signed up, TLA will provide you with a small ad code that you have to place on your site. TLA then sells the ad space to advertisers. TLA splits with you the final sale price of any ads sold 50/50. Ads on a site are priced based on an algorithm that factors in the traffic of a website, site theme, and link popularity.

What are the ways to earn from TLA?

There are three ways from which you can earn in TLA:

  • Publishing text link advertisements 

Submit your site to TLA. Once approved, add the publisher ad code to your site and wait for TLA to sell your ad space to advertisers. Text link ads automatically appear in your site (where you placed the code) once an advertiser is found. You can check your earnings in your TLA account. Payments are sent out on the 1st of every month. The minimum payment to be sent out via check is $25. There is no minimum for PayPal payments.

  • Feedvertising 

Feedvertising is TLA's RSS ad technology. It allows you to place text link ads at the bottom of your blog's RSS feeds. Just install the TLA WordPress plugin to your WordPress blog and you're all set. No need to tinker with complicated codes.

  • Affiliate Marketing 

Refer a new paid client or new publisher and earn $25.00. Payments are sent out on the 1st of every month. The minimum payment to be sent out via check is $25. There is no minimum for PayPal payments.

How do I start?

Visit the Text Link Ads website and sign up for an account. In the Member's Page, you will see a user-friendly menu that will help you set up your site to accommodate TLA. Should you need help, TLA has a comprehensive FAQ page and an active Customer Support that you can use.

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