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Infolinks Monetizes Drupal sites with New Module

infolinks, July 21, 2011

 Drupal users who are looking to convert their traffic into dollars are in luck.  Infolinks Inc, the fastest growing InText advertising provider has just announced the launch of its Infolinks Drupal Module.  This module will allow Drupal users to instantly integrate InText ads to their site.

InText ads are quickly becoming the go to choice for many website owners.  They’ve proven to be a legitimate and significantly profitable method of website advertising. InText ads yield higher CTR than other display ads which attracts more advertisers. This in turn keeps the CPC rates rising allowing them to be more profitable than standard banner ads. 
According to Tomer Treves, Chief Marketing Officer at Infolinks, “The great thing about this module is that it does the installation work for you.  All you need to do is download and follow the simple instructions.  In a matter of moments our InText ads will be displayed on your site.  From here you’ll be able to customize the ads to your liking.  Change the color, quantity, and even where they appear.”
About Drupal
Drupal is a free, community-built website development tool that lets individuals create unique spaces on the web.  Since its establishment in 2001 hundreds of thousands of people have chosen Drupal to easily publish, manage and organize their websites.  Drupal currently supports a wide variety of websites including over 70 well known brands and not-for profit organizations.  Thanks to the Infolinks Drupal module, these sites now have an easy way to monetize.
About Infolinks
Infolinks, established in 2007 and backed by Primera Capital, is the fastest growing provider of InText advertising services.   Since the company’s incorporation thousands of websites worldwide have integrated Infolinks InText ads.  Infolinks utilizes cutting edge technology to ensure its publishers receive the highest revenue, guaranteed.

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