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Friday, June 29, 2007

Google Checkout and Apps as Adsense Referrals

Google has recently introduced two more options for referrals. Now you can add code for "Google Checkout" and "Google Apps" inside your blog or website. Same time Google removed the referral for Picasa (no guess ;) ).

Google Checkout

Google Checkout is a faster, safer, and more convenient way to shop online. Checkout enables users to quickly and easily buy from stores across the web and track all their orders and shipping in one place.

Earnings with Google Checkout

When a user you refer to Google Checkout has an account in good standing and completes a transaction of at least $10 (before tax and shipping) within 90 days of sign-up, we'll credit your AdSense account with US $1. To ensure new Google Checkout users are in good standing, your earnings may be delayed up to 7 days.

Google Apps

Google Apps lets business, schools and organizations offer customized email, instant messaging, document collaboration and calendar services to all of their users, so they can share ideas and work more effectively. These services are all unified by the start page, a unique, dynamic place where users can preview their inboxes and calendars, browse content and links chosen by the organization, and search the web. Organizations can also design and publish web pages with Google Apps. Best of all, everything is hosted by Google, so there's no hardware or software to download, install or maintain.

Earning with Google Apps

You will earn $5 when someone clicks your referral and signs up for Google Apps with a domain that has not already been signed up for the service. The domain must then have one or more Google Apps email accounts in use for four consecutive weeks.


Mark Thien said...

are you guys out of your freaking mind? earn just $1 from google checkout and $5 from google app? give me a freaking break dude .... pathetic pay ! google is freaking stingy ! do larry and sergey aware about this?

Mark Thien said...

give me a break .... $1 ? $5 ? pathetic ! do larry and serget aware of this?