Hey All! I have started a company similar to Google Adsense, but using a slightly different concept and keeping a lower commission. My company, TextAdMarket
, targets a niche advertising market we call (CPD) "Cost Per Day". Basically, as an advertiser you pay a flat rate of $x.xx per day to advertise on the websites you want. You choose how many days you want to advertise for, and are locked in at the rate you bought at, even if the price rises later. As a publisher, you set the initial CPD price, but after that, the price is controlled by the market. Meaning, if your ad space is selling, the price goes up. And, if your ad space is NOT selling, the price goes down. Kinda like the stock market. Furthermore, while publishers are waiting for an advertiser to come along and buy their ad space, PPC ads will be shown so your ads are not blank!
-Prices dictated by supply & demand
-Choice of PPC or CPD advertising
(PPC guaranteed results, CPD is more risky, but could lead to higher returns if you know how to pick good sites)
-Higher Earnings through CPD
-PPC revenue when ad space is unsold
I started this company back in April, so we are established, but still small. If you run a reputable website, I invite you to give TextAdMarket a try. And, if you are looking to advertise your site or business, check out our marketplace CPD listings or consider a PPC campaign with us!
I'd be happy to answer any questions!
Text Ad Market, LLC