Text Link Ads has a free tool called "Text Links Ads Calculator". Here you enter your url, choose a website category, ..., and choose an area of the site where the text link would be shown. Then this tool calculates the value of the link.
Can anybody tell if the value one gets there is for real? Or is it there simply to entice the visitor?
Msg#: 3337290 posted 5:01 pm on May 15, 2007 (gmt 0)
Why would there be such a large differential?
All sorts of factors at play. How many links on the page. What page(s) is/are the link(s) on? Where in the html do the link references appear? What is the surrounding text environment like? All sorts of things to consider.
I would think a PR7 .org site offering a few select text links could easily garner $1,000+ per month. It is all relative to value. What value does that link provide to the purchaser?
If the .org is sitting at PR7, that's something to consider. PR7 is a whole nuther' playing field. But remember, it shouldn't be the sole determining factor. It just tells you that the site "may" be trusted and anything sitting at PR7 is going to have plenty of eyes!