Friday, March 24, 2006

Cubekbreak ad on Revver


Thanks, Revver. Love the ad.

7 Comments:

At 3/24/2006 3:52 PM, Blogger Get Paid For Your Videos said...

Nalts,

Just curious..I'm thinking about advertising on Revver...How does it work ? Just call them ?

 
At 3/24/2006 5:36 PM, Anonymous Joe S said...

I know that Revver pays, but by my calculations you're making 4 cents an hour to create & post your videos. You could offshore the talent & labor to India for 2 cents an hour and add to your already hefty profits.

 
At 3/24/2006 5:46 PM, Blogger Marquisdejolie said...

Holy crap! You're making 4 cents an hour!? Can you let me in on your secret!?

And, uh ... psst, hey, ya got that number to India?

 
At 3/25/2006 3:36 AM, Blogger Nalts said...

Just e-mail advertise@revver.com. Traffic to Revverberation and CubeBreak.com went up dramatically during my short campaign experiments.

When you think about it, the performance of the ads for your site (Revverberate.com) would be high since your audience is almost exactly alligned with Revver's. And since you're an affiliate your cost per click might be less than an e-commerce site... Revver will continue to make money if your ad takes the viewer off Revver.com.

That said, I've had a few industry experts (one guy who started his own internet advertising firm in Philadelphia before there was such thing as a banner) caution me about buying ads if my site is ad revenue dependent. Think about it- your average visitor is worth what? That's the most you can pay for a visitor. Chances are if you're making 20% of 4 percent of how many videos they watch... it will be hard to justify a lot of paid ads.

For CubeBreak, I'm expecting the bulk of traffic to come from viral and word of mouth... it's way cheaper.

 
At 3/25/2006 3:39 AM, Blogger Nalts said...

By the way, Revver is only charging per click so it's totally low risk. If you like the price of a click relative to the worth of a visitor, you're not at risk.

I've told Revver that they're leaving money on the table by not charging for impressions (people seeing an ad because the ad frame loaded, but they don't click).

What's it worth to Sony that its logo is "burned on our retina"* even if we didn't click away?


* (C) JamesJoyce

 
At 3/25/2006 3:57 AM, Blogger Get Paid For Your Videos said...

Thanks for the great info, Nalts

Fuzzy

 
At 3/25/2006 12:28 PM, Anonymous Rob said...

We are also going to be adding the ability to transfer your click-profits directly over to Revver ads, to make it really simple to aquire ad-space.

Keep posting.

Rob

 

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