For those who want to become affiliates of KeywordSpy, you should by now be aware of the ads it offers for you to post on your website.
And while they may not be the most glamorous of ads, they are catchy enough to get the message across. The designs are clearly well in tune with the color scheme of the KeywordSpy website, and they describe the site’s usability with some of the most concise copies around.
But how exactly do we blend these into our site and help draw attention to the keyword research tool we are hawking? Not only that, how do we avoid being tacky and too straightforward in doing it? We give you some techniques on how to go about making KeywordSpy a part of your site.
We all know that your blog already has a designated length for the banners. But with a variety of choices of ad from KeywordSpy, you can be sure that there will be something that would blend into you prized spot on the Web.
Basically, the long banner ads are recommended to be placed at the top, middle or bottom parts of the text part of the blog. If you plan to make KeywordSpy instantly noticeable on your site, the topmost left part of your text space in the blog is where you should put the ad.
On the other hand, the box-type ads are more suited for sidebar designs on the blog. Use these tips as a guide and you will find that KeywordSpy ads do have a special spot on the site.
Maybe with the appearance of the KeywordSpy paraphernalia, this may come off a little limited. But there are ways to mix and match the ads so that it could still be a perfect fit in your site.
It’s as simple as determining the tone of the ad as it matches your site. For blogs rich in dark colors, you may want to try the dark colored ads. Same thing goes for light-colored ads for light-color dominant blogs. Give your ad just the right amount of exposure color-wise on your site.
Also, some ads have splotches of gray, while others have splotches of red. These color differences should also be considered when setting them up on your page.
We at KeywordSpy are aggressive when it comes to our marketing, but we wouldn’t want to be an odd staple on a site whose concept may be too far removed from the product we are selling. If you have to include it on, say, a lingerie site; or more so, a hardware-selling site, exert just the right amount of effort to make the ad subtle in its appearance. And in the process, have the ad still effectively endorse a product a site visitor would seriously consider trying out for himself.
With all this in mind, you must now really be grooved to become a partner in selling one of the best keyword research tools this side of town. So if you are interested in becoming an affiliate of KeywordSpy and want to know how to plan your ad campaign all out, follow this link: http://affiliate.keywordspy.com
Once you’re in the Affiliate section, get the ads. Copy the corresponding HTML code of your choice ad, and embed it on your site, and wait till the clicks come pouring in!
With these tips, we hope you will be able to choose the appropriate KeywordSpy ad/ads for your site.