Online advertising models show up on websites in three important forms — cost per click (CPC), cost per thousand (CPM) and cost per acquisition (CPA).
Publishers and advertisers should know and consider all three depending on the situation. (more…)
Affiliate marketing has been a popular online subject because of its potential to generate big revenue for anyone who masters it.
But few people actually master it. Part of the challenge lies in the fact that millions are trying it. (more…)
Online advertising rates are set through a combination of ad size, ad location, ad performance and market demand.
Optimizing this key ad sales tactic results in higher revenue, increased advertiser acquisition and increased advertiser retention. (more…)
Newspaper websites with dedicated online account executives have 87 percent higher online revenue than papers that rely solely on print AEs.
In addition, 59 percent of the total revenue came from online-only ads, according to the former Newspaper Association of America. The association’s data came from a Borrell Associates study. (more…)
CPM advertising is a pricing model based on cost per thousand ad impressions.
It places a consistent payment rate on the number of times the ad is distributed, whether online or through traditional media. (more…)
Websites large and small benefit greatly from a good online sales report. It’s a high-yield tactic that requires little time and effort.
Even the smallest Web site will find useful insights from a simple report tracking sales performance. (more…)
Many publishers reach a point where they wonder if they should sell ads on their own websites.
They often already make money by displaying ads from Google AdSense, Media.net and other vendors on their sites. (more…)