Ad Wave Bigger Than Radio, TV combined
Radio and TV advertising closely followed the Internet because people are spending more and more time on the Internet doing things like surfing, shopping, socializing, watching TV and videos.
NetAudioAds Pay Per Play (PPP) is the new wave in Internet advertising. When a visitor arrives at a participating website, he will hear a 5-second professional audio ad. The audio will be relevant to the content of the website.
This works without having the visitor click anything, unlike Pay Per Click advertisement. Thus each and every visitor to a participating site will generate revenue for the website owner just by visiting.
The advertisers will bid for ad placement in the websites and the highest bidder will have his audio played when there is a visitor. So, a website owner who has more traffic or more pages, more income will be generated.
For the system to work, there must be many sites available for advertisers to bid for placement of the audio ads. PPP is working hard towards the deadline of Feb 1, 2008 to have everything up and running. Thus websites and blogs are being sought after.
Anybody who has a blog or a website is eligible to participate without having to pay anything. They just have to paste some given code on their sites and the audio ads will be activated when someone visits the site. The good thing is that the audio ads will be only 5 seconds, relevant to the website content and they do not take up any visual space on the webpage or blog.
PPP is set to challenge Google Adsense, but they can be used together. So far, there has been no disagreement issues with websites hosting both types of advertisements.
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