Microsoft Undeterred By Yahoo's Rejection

Tuesday, February 12, 2008 by Mistlee

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Pay Per Play (Audio) Advertising

Received an email this morning offering to buy 100% of our ad space on our blog Girlz Night Magazine.

The guy was from this site Net Audio Ads, which provides "pay per play" audio advertising. First I've heard of this, but it looks like when someone visits your site they hear a 5 second audio advert and you get paid for them hearing it.

It seems a strange one this, for a start I would imagine a lot of people have their sound turned off when browsing the web? I don't think it is something I would consider adding to my site as I think it would quickly irritate my customers, but for a blog designed purely to earn ad revenue perhaps it could work?

It looks like you get paid every time someone visits your page for more than 5 seconds, which could obviously earn a lot of revenue. No idea if the ads are contextual or what sort of advertisers are on board, but I will investigate further.

Anyone know anything more about this?

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