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Wolfgang Bromberger

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One of the first to introduce affiliate programs to search engines was, but now others have come into the market. Companies are obviously seeing these search affiliate programs (paying Web site owners a small fee for adding a search box to their site) as yet another way to increase their userbase.

Direct Hit and Lycos have recently joined the fray; now you can get two cents for one search or three for other options. Direct Hit also pays 3 cents for a search. Once you have gathered $50, you get a cheque (that equals about 1700 clicks).

A new company in this field is, offering services quite similiar to

This may not be an option to increase your bank account in all cases, but for some (who might already have search engine boxes at their site) it should be of interest.

Wolfgang .wolf Bromberger has been around online since 1996. He started to get into web design after he and some other students developed a concept for the online presence of their home town, Salzburg in Austria, a site Bill Gates used years later as a good example of e-government (as still not nearly all points of the concept have been made reality, .wolf disagrees).
Being interested in search engines and information systems, .wolf specialized in search engine optimization, online promotion and analysis.
.wolf was one of the founding fathers of
He is working for and can also be reached there.
He is always interested in learning new programming or other web related skills, when time permits.

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