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What ad products does Infolinks offer?

Infolinks offers a variety of ad solutions to monetize websites of all levels. Each product is backed by In³, the Infolinks platform, which delivers relevant and high-quality ads. The unique ad placement and maximized relevance empowers Infolinks to overcome the common obstacle of banner blindness which was born out of conventional ad placement and irrelevant messaging. It is completely free and simple to implement Infolinks ads onto websites and blogs.

Join Infolinks today to mix and match these fully customizable ad units and discover the best ad blend for your site:

InFold – Targets only your search traffic with ads relevant to their searched terms in non-disruptive footer ads. InFold adds navigational value and another SEO layer to your site while delivering ads pertaining to exactly what your search traffic is looking for.

InText – Double underline your best keywords to monetize your written content. A simple hover of a mouse opens an ad bubble containing an ad matched to the context of your keywords. Fully customize the look and volume of InText ads on your website pages.

InTag – Presents a range of keywords relevant to the context of your site. Choose between one or two rows of links that open a relevant ad bubble upon a mouse hover. InTag manages to capture a spectrum of users’ interests and invite engagement with its range of keywords.

InFrame – Attractive skyscraper display banners placed in the extra real estate in the margins of widescreen monitors only. These ads are matched to your website’s category and are intelligently revealed only on traffic originating from wide screen monitors and customized to fit perfectly, without disturbing your site’s layout at all.

InScreen– an interstitial ad, functions as an ‘ad intermission’ between page views. This results in well-timed display ads, driven both by user intent and website content. InScreen can be activated by three different triggers: When a user enters your site, when a user switches from one page to another inside your site and when a user leaves your site via an external link.

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