So far I had no problem selling 120K+ banner impressions on my site to private advertisers, but at the moment I have a large (100K-150K/month) unsold button inventory.
Does anybody knows a CPC agency with rates 15c+/click who accept 88x31 sizes and do not require a SSN?
Or what could I do with this inventory?
I don't know if you can get all those features without an SSN...
Advertising.com is good...havn't looked into them specifically but everything I hear about them is basically good...so you can probably throw reservations about your Social Security Number of the wind if you go with them.
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I agree, Chris, advertising.com is good - I would use them, however, if you don't make the minimum payout in one month, you lose ALL your earnings and start over. I hate that!
I currently use www.websitesponsors.com - they have the HIGHEST CPC rate I've come across at 17 cents/click minimum, and up to 20 cents/click are possible for high traffic sites. They let you carry your revenue over to the next month and their tech support is great. You can talk directly with the owner right over ICQ anytime you need help!
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You are not allowed to use referral links at these forums. I am sure a moderator will edit your post if you don't.
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advertising.com does hold over payments!
Correct me if I'm wrong but he didn't post the link with his referral ID, so I don't think he is breaking the rules. I know he asked anyone who wants to join to use him as his referrer but is that illegal in these forums?
I know this is not part of the forums but in the resources section of Webmaster Base Matt M. asks visitors to use him as their referrer with services such as Topica mailing lists.
As long as he didn't use the link with his ref ID I think his post is ok but then again I am probably wrong.
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I reviewed the different options at http://www.clickquick.com. They evaluate and are pretty thorough. I found ClearBlueMedia which has a per click that's higher than you mentioned (.20 per click) and also has pay per impressions that it cycles through whenever possible. I just started using them, so I don't have more information than that.