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How to Profit with Pixel ads

Friday, March 10, 2006

Today is the day of pixel ads for me cos today when I wrote the post, The Million Dollar Homepage of Alex Tew, As soon I got reply from Ken Chapman who must be the owner of www.profitwithpixelads.com.


How to Profit with Pixel ads?

Just in case you never heard of Pixel ads, let me give you a lil internet history. There is a guy name Alex who started a web site called milliondollarhomepage.com. He split the home page into 1,000 blocks of 100 Pixels each for a dollar a pixel. ( A pixel is about the size of a period ) The original site has spawned a lot of interest. He sold all of his ads in five months but the idea is still alive. When you visit a pixel ad site, you will be curious about the ads. You see info about each ad in the form of text when you place your mouse over the ad. Web site owner’s display there logos, images and text for you to click their ad. This in turn takes you to the site of the ad in question. Any web site owner wants more traffic and here is the latest way of doing so.

Thus more pixel ad sites. New designers tried to make their sites unique. One great example is http://www.profitwithpixelads.com/ ( pwpa ) and it’s FLASH design. I’m sure if Alex knew how to, he would have used Flash. You see with a Flash site, you can Zoom-in and Zoom-out by right clicking. Many sites ( like the original ) have a feature to zoom but can’t compare to this one. If you have a web site, you need traffic. This is why you may want a Pixel ad. At pwpa the ads will stay for 5 years. Your logo and a link to your site will be working 24/7 for five years. Not too many advertisers will keep your ad going for so long. Online that is a long time. So if you have a web site and want traffic, there is a new way for you to profit.

You can go to a web site and pay for an ad per click ( every time someone clicks your ad ). Or you can pay buy the day, week, month. Or you can go to pwpa and get an ad that will still be bringing traffic to your site five years from now. Another reason you may want to use pwpa is due to the fact that 50% of all income will go to promoting this site. If you get an ad for $100, $50 will go to promote the site. Where else would you want your ad to be? With the craze for pixel ads, the Flash design, the 50% re-invested, that should at least give you a reason to visit the site. There you have it, the pixel ad craze. Get your logo in front of the traffic. There will be some hot promotions going on real soon so you may want to bookmark it.

Ken Chapman

ken@profitwithpixelads.com

For more detail see www.profitwithpixelads.com/faq

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The ad rates of most cheap pixel advertising web sites range in the five to ten cents per pixel area. Such sites try to make money not by quality, but by quantity. Although the pixel ad craze is still going strong, many fear that it is just a fad and do not consider it a good investment. The cheap pixel advertising rates we see today are a consequence of the mistrust showed by many advertisers who want to make sure they do not spend much on an investment that has a very unstable ROI promise. On the other hand, we have the advertisers that were among the first to buy pixel ads. For them, the high traffic received from the pixel ad website meant an increase in their business profits by 100%, 200% or even more.

Regards,

Michael Rad
Web2earn.com – online moneymaking opportunities    


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