My AD Fun Experiment


Today I got a mail from lakequincy.com, saying:


“Hi Bill,



I noticed that you were never able to plug the Lake Quincy Media ad tags into your site. Are you still interested in earning revenue from displaying ads targeted to Microsoft developers? If so, you can get your tags from here: <certain link> 


Let me know if you have any questions or if you’ve decided against running the ads and I’ll set your account to inactive for you.”


I even forgot that I resgistered in their site. To encourage such great customer service, I go ahead to try how the AD really works for me; finally decide to put a small square in the side bar. You can easily find it now if you scroll down a bit and pay attention to the left side bar. Let us see how many dollars I can make after one or two quarters. By putting an AD to the blog, it looks more of-the-business, doesn’t it? Of course, you can bid for that AD position. :- )


Update(2/26/2009)


The AD is disabled temporarily due to security alert.

Comments (2)
  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi.

    I’m launching a PPC content distribution technology that you can use for ads, blog articles, etc) in a 100% customizable format of text, video and images.

    Unlike the others, you’d no longer need to design your pages around boxed banner ads. It’s so flexible with the content blending in with your design- that we’d expect it would attract a higher rate from all kinds of providers (advertisers, subject matter experts and bloggers, etc.) and better content for your audience.

    Thank you

    Calvin

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