Are you using Google Adsense and Google Toolbar Affiliate referral in your site? Well I think you have to test also the latest affiliate system by adsense.
Many of you already use referrals to direct users to your favorite Google products. Now, with our new referrals beta, you can select products and services from our base of AdWords advertisers. This is good news for those of you who have wanted to use referrals in the past, but couldn’t find a product to match your site’s content. With the referrals beta, you can search for products that match up directly with your site’s content. And you can customize your referral units to match the look and feel of your site, making it easier than ever to find a referral ad that fits in seamlessly with your site’s design and content.
What’s more, Google can help make sure you find and display the most relevant, best-performing referral ads on your site. Simply provide a few keywords to describe your site and your users’ interests, and you’ll see ads automatically displayed that perform best for your site. No more constant updating, rotating products, or guesswork.
As with our current Google referrals, you’ll generate earnings when your visitors click through to an advertiser’s site and complete an action defined by your advertisers, such as a sale or sign-up. Because these actions are often more involved than a simple click or impression, advertisers pay more for these referrals, which can translate into higher earnings for your site.
While we plan to open this up to all publishers in the near future, this update is currently only available on a limited basis as part of our beta test. If you are interested in being one of our beta testers, please visit the referrals beta site and sign up.
Here is the process shown Google Adsense Referral Beta
You select the ads you want to appear on your site
Leverage your knowledge of your users to choose ads that will interest them and perform well.
Start-up Guide >>
Users click on ads and perform a specified action
Specified actions may be a purchase/sale, a lead, a signup or some other advertiser-defined action.
Frequently Asked Questions >>
You get paid once the user completes the action.
As soon as the user completes the action, your AdSense account will be credited. Easy as that.