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Money for Webmasters: Part Two

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In addition to affiliate agents there are some other programmes which are well worth joining to make some extra cash.

Google Adsense is an excellent programme and free to join. The money is good and they pay on time. You can earn a good income from displaying their contextual ads, which are offered in a wide variety of formats. Plus there are lots of additional ways to make money from AdSense – eg, AdSense for search and AdSense for mobile content. Don’t miss out on this one!

Whilst we don’t do much business with individual affiliate programmes (we prefer to use affiliate agents), there are one or two that really are worth joining.

Currency UK is a good one, with good earnings, excellent support, and prompt payment. All you have to do is place some code on your site and earn commission on transactions referred by you.

Join Currency UK’s programme

Intasure is a great programme, if you have a website for expats in Spain, France, Portugal or any of a number of other EU countries. Again, all you have to do is post a few links to their home insurance products on your site. They sell home insurance for expats in Spain, France and Portugal, and holiday home insurance in these and several other EU countries (including unoccupied property in the UK).

Here’s a link to their B2B site:

Sign up as an Intasure affiliate

From there choose where you’re based. This will take you to a page with all the info you need and a link to the introducer’s application form. Please include our Introducer number: 202848, and recommended by “British Expat”. Thanks, as we get an over-ride commission for introducing you. You’ll also get this on anyone you sign up.

Don’t forget – if you do decide to join any of these, please do so using the links here as we’ll earn a commission.

Part One: Affiliate programmes

PG Author: Kay McMahon

Kay has been an expat for nearly 30 years. She set up the British Expat website back in early 2000, whilst living in London and missing the expat life. These days she spends much of her time lugging computers and cameras around the world. (Dave gets to deal with all the really heavy stuff.)

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