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    SitePoint Addict klisis's Avatar
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    Most of ad companies sell 400 x 60 or 460 x 60 size banners. I am looking for other size banners. Does anyone know if there are any?

    Thanks.

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    hi klisis it's eva2000 over from ex-webhostintalk

    have you looked at burst, advertising.com, adflight i think

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    Burst has rejected the site I am running, so I guess Burst is not my option.

    If I recall correctly, you already had mentioned adfight and advertising.com. And I had checked them out. They both seem to be fine. However, their ads will not target the contents of the site I am running.

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    yeah burst turned my anime site down too.. they said not enough target advertisers for my site

    have you thought of affiliate programs such as animenation.com, amazon.com, express.com ? they're pretty good.. especially these 3

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    SitePoint Addict klisis's Avatar
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    I will check express.com out. Animenation doesn't offer either CPC or CPM,do they? And I don't think Amazon does ,either.

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    I wouldn't recommend using affiliate programs as your main source of revenue - at least not until you get major traffic. If CPM-based ad companies such as Burst! (my personal favorite) rejects your site, you're best bet is to go with a banner exchange to fill up your ad inventory and build your traffic, or a CPC-based ad company (I recommend WebSiteSponsors.com) to get some lesser profits. Good luck!

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    Originally posted by klisis
    I will check express.com out. Animenation doesn't offer either CPC or CPM,do they? And I don't think Amazon does ,either.
    nope all three are commission based... it's just that stuff directly related to your site's content is alot better... with amazon.com i make 1 sale per day at least on the anime related merchanise i only just started with animenation and express and will see how that goes.. it's better than nothing and at least it's content and something to give visitors/anime fans the excuse to come back and visit

    banner exchanges are great too... linkexchange targetting your ads at the comics and animation channel works wonders... i get a 1.3% CTR and 50 - 70 new visitors/day from linkexchange for one of my sites - not much but it builds up

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    SitePoint Addict klisis's Avatar
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    It's just a serious pain for those who have "anime" content site to find "right" ads.

    I have found many Japanese ad companies that offer the "right" ads but blah.. they rejected the site because it's "english" site. :/

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    why not try everyone.net ad sales.... i am using them for the first time this month for my newest site - a anime discussion forum the rates i am getting are US$0.5 - 0.60 CPM after their 50% cut.... but i am not exclusive so have to wait net 90 days before payment..

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    Ooop. He is looking for other banner size.. but why Burst and advertising.com??

    Usually banner sizes are 468*60 or 400*40.

    Other sizes include

    88*31
    125*125
    120*60
    230*33
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    doh... forgot... oh yeah he already tried those 2

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    She!

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    whoops.. sorry

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    I use CJ.com... they have a lot of advertisers and many different banner sizes.


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