Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Great New Ads are Running

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Pay Per Play News

here is the latest email from David Jones ( NetAudioAds) :

Hi Everyone,

I wanted to give you all an update and the great news of the large ad campaign we are currently running. We started the track and test on this campaign on Sunday evening and after two short days of testing, we are already exceeding our initial expectations on the key through ratios; this is not only great news for us, it is great news for all of you publishers who will be running these ads on your websites.

What this also means is that if we continue to be successful throughout the track and test period, this advertiser will commit to a very large number of ads for a period of six months which will also continue to benefit all of our publishers.

The advertiser's campaign supports a very good cause and will undoubtedly benefit all of us at some point in the future. I thought it might interest some of you and thought that some of you might actually want to participate in this project. I would like to invite you to check out the advertiser's website at:

If you decide to check it out, please note that it won't cost you anything; they would simply like to get people to sign up to be on their petition which will in turn allow them to propose the "Pickens Plan" for alternative energy sources to government officials.

Many of you have probably already heard of T. Boone Pickens, the billionaire who is interested in wind power and alternative energy sources. He has launched an all out, no holes barred advertising campaign via television, radio and now, NetAudioAds, to get the word out to the world. By helping to support his cause, we can not only benefit individually, we can also help to ensure future business from this advertiser which will in turn be beneficial to all of you publishers.

So make sure the code is on your websites and is working properly so you don't miss out on any commissions that would be due you.

Remember...every winning campaign for an advertiser equates to a winning campaign for the publishers.

Let's see what does it mean for me. of cause, I am going to check that web site , which david is suggesting.

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