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April 6th, 2009, 12:10 AM #1[article] A Pricing Revolution Looms in Online Advertising
Changing models in online advertising and fluctuating budgets affect publishers in more ways than one.
Demographic profiling and behavioral targeting by such companies as Google, Quantcast, and ValueClick is slashing ad costs and threatening Web publishers
So hope remains for online publishers: Find unsold segments of your readers and sell them to advertisers that previously couldn't access them. Use data on past reader "click streams" from other Web sites to help advertisers reach the consumers who are most interested in their products.
Publishers, your audience data is waiting. Advertisers want it. But you'd better hurry, because the price of your old online business model is falling fast.
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April 6th, 2009, 09:54 AM #2
From the article:Congratulations! You just used behavioral targeting to reduce your ad costs from $60 to $3 CPM, a 95% savings. (And yes, those cost quotes are based on real client experience.)
April 6th, 2009, 11:41 PM #3
The online ad market will continue to be immature as long as an ad in a newspaper is more expensive compared to an online ad.
You can't click and find more information or make a purchase from a newspaper ad.
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