Ad Providers

Discussion in 'Internet Marketing' started by hcted, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. hcted

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    I am looking to place ads on my site. Right now I am using AdBright, and it looks pretty good. I like it because it is straight forward and you get statistical information.

    Does anyone have any other good providers of ads besides Google Adsense? (I am a publisher, not advertiser)
     
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    What type of site do you want to run the ads on hcted?

    Have you tried selling the ad space directly yourself?
     
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    It is my Social Network, which is still in beta phase so I am placing an Ad providers ads with space at the bottom to link about advertising if anyone wishes to purchase the space so I will have a constant stream of revenue.

    And thanks kay :) Never noticed that topic, will take a look.
     
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    You're very welcome, hcted. And if you've missed that thread you've missed a real treasure chest of information. It's an excellent resource. :) If you find a good one I'd be interested in hearing about it too for my own site please.
     
  6. John Million

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    look into ad aggregators, while I don't know the name of any, there are companies that have accounts with Adsense, Adbright, and a bunch of others that then choose ads for your site based on who will pay the most. You pay them a percentage, but generally still make more than you would with just one ad provider.
     
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    That's very interesting John Million, I wasn't aware that there were ad aggregation services like that and I'd love to hear more about them.
     

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