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  1. ion Leap
    July 10, 2012

    One thing your bloggers might consider is learning more about mobile ad networks. This was new to me, but I got very interested when I learned that 28% of all website visits are happening via a mobile device of some sort. Yet, a very low percentage of advertisers are taking advantage of that. 
    So this makes the mobile ad networks more eager to offer good deals to blog owners. One I’ve been looking at is Mobicow.com  They offer 60% of net ad revenue. They also have a more interruptive technique of displaying the ads, so your site will generate more clicks = more $$. 
    Your bloggers will have to re-read your point 5 again and decide how much of an interruption they want in front of their content, but the typical banners appear too small on mobile devices to get clicks. 
    Great information Heidi. I’ll be sharing this with my social network.

  2. ion Leap
    July 10, 2012

    One thing your bloggers might consider is learning more about mobile ad networks. This was new to me, but I got very interested when I learned that 28% of all website visits are happening via a mobile device of some sort. Yet, a very low percentage of advertisers are taking advantage of that. 
    So this makes the mobile ad networks more eager to offer good deals to blog owners. One I’ve been looking at is Mobicow.com  They offer 60% of net ad revenue. They also have a more interruptive technique of displaying the ads, so your site will generate more clicks = more $$. 
    Your bloggers will have to re-read your point 5 again and decide how much of an interruption they want in front of their content, but the typical banners appear too small on mobile devices to get clicks. 
    Great information Heidi. I’ll be sharing this with my social network.

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