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by Tomer Treves

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As an online marketer, I was interested to learn more about contextual advertising. I haven't used these In-Text ads on my sites before, but this book has really educated me about the evolution of contextual advertising and how to integrate it properly.

Infolinks’ CMO, Tomer Treves condenses the wealth of information found on his blog Online Siesta, about online marketing, digital advertising and website monetization. I've visited his blog before, but this book really dug into the nitty gritty.

It's well written and only 101 pages. I recommend anyone serious about website monetization to pick up a copy today. I bought mine on Barnes and Noble and also received a free coupon for Infolinks. Nice touch!
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