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Should Google be the Blogosphere’s Ad Agency?
8th of February 2005 Darren Rowse 1

Should Google be the Blogosphere’s Ad Agency?

Jeff Jarvis has an interesting post titled Should Google be the citizens’ ad agency? where he questions whether Google is the best ‘ad agency’ for citizens media and writes: ‘But it makes me wonder whether we’re foolish letting Google be our ad sales agent. For Google undersells the value of ...more
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Blogkits Announce 7 new Banner Ad Sizes
2nd of February 2005 Darren Rowse 1

Blogkits Announce 7 new Banner Ad Sizes

Blog Kits have just released 7 new sizes of banner advertising – designed specifically for bloggers. Whilst I’m surprised that they haven’t gone for some more standard sizes (eg 468 x 60) which would allow them to be used as alternative ads for Adsense, there are a few nice sized ...more
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Bloggers Sell Advertising Space on Ebay
29th of January 2005 Darren Rowse 1

Bloggers Sell Advertising Space on Ebay

The Mobile Technology Weblog is another blog that is using Ebay to help them earn an income from their blog by selling advertising space on it. They are currently up to $41 for a 120 x 90 banner (for a month) after a couple of days of the auction. I’m ...more
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Estimating what the Big bloggers earn from Blogads
26th of January 2005 Darren Rowse

Estimating what the Big bloggers earn from Blogads

Right Wing News has done some estimates on what they think some of the bigger blogs are making from Blogads on a weekly basis. The estimates are rough and they admit they are probably over estimates as Blogads do take 20% in commissions and it doesn’t take into consideration advertisers ...more
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BlogMine -Content, Clicks, Cash!
18th of January 2005 Darren Rowse 2

BlogMine -Content, Clicks, Cash!

Another blog revenue stream has been announced – this time its BlogMine.com whose motto is ‘Content, Clicks Cash!’ Their main service is ‘GoldRush’. ‘GoldRush makes you money. It analyzes the blog’s content and provides text ads targeted to your content and your audience. No need to worry about irrelevant ads ...more
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Chitika Contextual Advertising Launched
12th of January 2005 Darren Rowse 1

Chitika Contextual Advertising Launched

It seems that there is yet another contextual advertising system being launched that is specifically targetted at bloggers. It is called Chitika and promises to motetize your blogs and your feeds using contextual ads. They offer all the main formats of ads and seem pretty sstandard in terms of design ...more
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BlogKits BlogMatch Network
6th of January 2005 Darren Rowse 1

BlogKits BlogMatch Network

I’m interested in the launch of a new program that will attempt to match bloggers with adertisers – BlogKits. It seems to be what I’ve been suggesting is needed from what they write in their News Release: ‘“Until today, bloggers primarily embraced tools such as Google Adsense or Henry Copeland’s ...more
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Online Advertising to Grow 30 Percent in 2005
22nd of December 2004 Darren Rowse

Online Advertising to Grow 30 Percent in 2005

ClickZ has another good article with a prediction about Online Advertising that should warm the hearts of ProBloggers everywhere. ‘Online advertising will grow by 30 percent next year from $7.8 billion in 2004 to $10.2 billion in 2005, a rate reminiscent of the late nineties when the medium was in ...more
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RSS and Blog Advertising Network – CrispAds
19th of December 2004 Darren Rowse 6

RSS and Blog Advertising Network – CrispAds

Just stumbled upon another Advertising program that has been designed specifically for RSS and Blogs called CrispAds. They promote it to bloggers as follows: – Place ads in your blog articles when you want – Ads also appear in your RSS or ATOM feed! – 95% of advertiser click-thru revenues ...more
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