Monetize Images in Your Blog post for Extra Income

I hope you now the importance of adding images to blog posts to make it both attractive and for traffic from image search engines. Today I’m going to explain you some of the unexplored way of monetizing your blog through Images. Either if you are a professional blogger or a part time blogger, mostly why bloggers blog is to make money and  “Blog is a duck laying a golden egg”. If you are smart enough, you can make the most of your blog. There are many source of income from a blog. Today I’m going to share some tips on how to monetize images and earn extra income.

I recently realized the importance of images and started adding meaningful and beautiful images to most of my posts. And I came through an Idea of monetizing images in my blog posts. That is when I found Image Space Media to make the most from images in my blog post. Image Space Media’s transparent In-Image ads pay you for your site’s unique visual identity.

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Image Space Media is the leading provider of In-Image advertising for the Internet, reaching over 55 million unique users worldwide each month. And it is really a best way for additional revenue from blogs.

Monetize Picture Blog using Image Space Media

Some may still don’t like it saying that it is not suitable for images with tutorials and steps. But In-image ads only appear when you hover on the image, so it is not  annoying like pop-under ads. Since I can’t show you the demo here in Shoutmeloud, you can check the demo here

1. Hightlights

  • Sophisticated keyword matching is based on your metadata to ensure all ads are targeted and relevant.
  • Ads only appear when hovered over the image.
  • Doesn’t conflict with other revenue sources
  • Simple snippet of JavaScript code which you can insert into your site’s code.
  • Payment via PayPal once a $25 minimum payout is reached.

You can signup and check it yourself here. It takes 24 hours for approval. And there are no restrictions on minimum traffic to get your account approved.

What do you think about monetizing images for extra income and will you start using In-Image ads in your blog?

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COMMENTs ( 11 )

  1. Olamosh says

    whoa thanks for this info, will definetly try them out. I have two blogs with nice traffic. Anticipating your next guest post on shoutmeloud.

  2. gazzan says


    I made more than $50 from Image Space Media,
    I will add my payment proof to my blog as soon as possible.
    just observed your web-site when i google something and wonder what hosting do you use for your blog,the speed is more faster than my wordpress, i really need it.

  3. Suneel says

    Hmmm this is a new info for me. Thanks for sharing Sree. I get decent amount of traffic from Google Images. I have applied for this program and let me check whether they would let me in or not.

    I am concerned about the load time of the ad script. At times, we tend to place a hi-res image to clarify some things in a picture format. I hope the script would not block the image from loading first.

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  5. Mukundan Srinivasan says

    After reading this post I surfed Image Space Media website and I feel its really good to make money. In one of my blogs I am getting good traffic from Google Images but I didn’t know such way of monetizing is there. That’s great info man.

  6. Sarang Dravid says

    Talking about In-image ads, and as from many post from Harsh regarding In-Line Ads from Infolinks, let me tell you, you can also monetize videos in your blog using spotxchange ^_^ …
    well, with all these stuff together, I got a question and i.e. is it worth trying In-image and In-videos ads? dOo they really pay well? I use infolinks, and am satisfied from their payouts..
    dont know much about In-Image and In-Video ads !!
    any comments regd. this??

    • TechGyo says

      Hmmm… As I wrote on the article. I just came through in-Image ads few days back. So I can’t comment on the payment. But many who have used it say that they were satisfied with the payments. But don’t expect too high :)

      I’m using it, lets see how it goes.

  7. Melvin says

    Looks like a new way… I don’t know but I really don’t trust javascript codes eespecially for new and startup sites like these..