I was working on some script today, and came up with an idea for putting your cheap-ass ads around premium websites, using frames similar how linkbucks works. For example, say you are advertising bowling leagues. First, take a look at google and find the highest ranked website. 2) Buy a domain with that website spelled almost the same (optional, but a nice touch if you want to go the extra mile). You can also just use any old domain and hope people don't notice they are at a different URL. 3) Create a URL that puts iframes at the top and/or sides with your ads. (see the source code of linkbucks top banner ads pages to get the actual script--I'm not doing all your work for you, well, not for free anyway) 4) Show the content of the actual good website content the main area of the browser. Now, the entire time people are browsing the real website, your ads will be stationary in the peripheral iframes, just waiting to be clicked. I checked around, and there is definitely some gray area with Adsense about doing this, but I did find a response directly from google saying it was OK . I am using adbrite to try it out. You can probably figure out a way to make your iframe ads parse the main content area to get better ads. I haven't played around with that yet. Additional tips: - You can name the browser title bar, so use that to your advantage. - You can cloak your affiliate links and send traffic to your affiliate's actual website, and then display competitor ads on their site. This is a nice win-win for you, since they are your ads, and very targeted (ie. send people to amazon, then put book ads in your iframes....brilliant) - You can add a "Bookmark me now" or Social Bookmarking links in your top iframe, which could get your crappy site repeat business and a few easy backlinks. A little thanks would be appreciated if this is helpful, as always. I'm kind of a thanks whore.