Archive for February, 2010

Update: Payments in India Reversed by PayPal

Update: Good News for Publishers in India!

Following our post below, we have tried again today to issue payment via PayPal to Indian Publishers  for  December 2009 earnings.

PayPal confirmed “all (mass) payments being issued to India through PayPal are being declined”.

We strive to make our publishers happy so even before PayPal’s fixes, we are the first ad-network to re-pay you.

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Feb 9, 2010

We have just completed issuing payments for December 2009.

However, the recent Infolinks Payment round was reversed by PayPal for Publishers in India.

We are aware of the problem and are working with PayPal to solve this issue as soon as possible.

The issue is related to a change in policy done by PayPal, which should not have affected  Infolinks payments.

In order for us to send your payment again, we need PayPal to fix a technical problem on their systems first, and we are waiting for the fix to be done. As soon as the problem will be resolved we will re-send all reversed payments.

In the meantime, we advise you, Indian publishers, not to change your payment method on our Publisher Center, but rather to wait until we pay again.

For any question please don’t hesitate to contact us at support@infolinks.com

Follow us on twitter or visit us on Facebook to get updated regarding this matter and more…

February 9, 2010 at 2:00 pm

Winners Choose Infolinks

Wow, that was an extremely challenging job choosing the best Infolinks Review…

Techbusy.org crowned us as the king of new Contextual Ad arena;

Geekylocker.com shared their fantasy of making love with Infolinks online;

Thirdworldgeek.com found Infolinks’ In text ads to be hypnotic just like a random sight (appearance) of a toilet bowl sitting on a man’s head.

Rajputbrotherhood.com created some magnificent Infolinks wallpapers with our logo on it;

Yad4ever.com gave us a fascinating lecture about Infolinks in a Shakespearean-historical mood;

The decision was almost impossible, so we decided to give away another Google Nexus One and another Wii Console as extra prizes.

The challenge was judged by the Infolinks team who voted for their favorite articles…

And the winners are:

The first Nexus One goes to:

Pinoytutorial.com for his article “Infolinks Review: Why Choose Infolinks?”

The Second Nexus One goes to:

Quierocrearunblog.com for his Spanish article: “Infolinks”.

Wii consoles go to:

Bloggista.com for his article: “Doubling blog revenue as easy as popping a bubble”.

Rajputbrotherhood.com for the article: “Why you should use Infolinks on your blog/website”.

Computingunleashed.com for the article: “Infolinks Review – The best in-text Advertising Program”.

We want to thank all of the participants in the challenge for sharing your Infolinks experience with your readers, we appreciate your hard work and will continue to do our best to provide you the best service with the best revenues.

Meanwhile why don’t you become a fan of Infolinks on Facebook and be the first to know about our next Infolinks challenge.


February 3, 2010 at 2:00 pm


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