Latest News from NetAudioAds
As you all know on 2/1/2008 NetAudioAds will begin pushing live ads out to their audio ad distribution network (you).
Unlike typical launches where everything opens at once, this launch will be different. Audio ads will NOT begin playing everywhere at the same time. This will be a slow, methodical ramp up until NaetAudioAds is playing ads to the complete network.
This will take time… 30 - 60 days to get up to full speed.
Why is it being done this way?
Because NetAudioAds must protect their (our) advertisers at all costs. They need to open the throttle slowly to ensure system integrity as things ramp up. Opening up full throttle could be disastrous. Slow calculated moves are best.
Do not panic if you are not hearing audio ads right away. We are on course for what NetAudioAds is calling a soft launch. As the days progress after launch tomorrow, more and more ads will begin playing covering a wider and wider percentage of the distribution network.
My best advice for you is to be patient. By launching slowly and methodically NetAudioAds is ensuring the integrity of the system so that we can create an atmosphere of quality for our advertisers, without them this opportunity would not be possible. We all need to understand this and protect our advertisers at all costs.
We still have a few rogues out there that are trying to game the system. These people would rather destroy the PPP program in favor of a short term payoff. This is ignorance in its purest form. Destroy the system and you destroy the residual income.
NetAudioAds is adding a function where you can opt out from running certain kinds of audio ads on your website such as competitor ads. You will be able to do this by specifying the name or keyword of competitors (or ads) that you DO NOT want running on individual pages of your website.
You can also include keywords of ads that you DO want running on your site. This is all very preliminary and will develop over time. For now you can get more information about this development by logging in to your member’s area (back office).