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    Full Member ADesertRose's Avatar
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    My first IntelliTXT experience...
    Just visited the first site I have ever seen IntelliTXT on...underlined green links had me all worried that I was gonna get a nasty, but upon research it is a publisher opted advertising program, so the site owner opted for this. Seems like it could be a potential revenue leak for serious affiliates who promote products, as the click off is probably much lower paying than a commission would be, or that is my 2 cents worth, at least.

    Anyone here use Vibrant Media advertising on their site? How has your experience been with it?

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    Seems to be better for forum and content/article based sites, rather than product-based sites. But that's just my opinion.

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    I use them and wuv em

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    A hobbyist forum I belong to has started using them. Some members have been objecting to them but they seem pretty non-intrusive to me.

    They are a little confusing to some people who would prefer that all advertising is clearly marked as such.

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    It is clearly marked when you hover them. But I just display them to guest on my forum once they login bye bye links.

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    for those of you interested. Vibrantmedia is also planning on Bringing a CPM style program with banner ads etc.

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    Dayum, their requirements have gone up!

    (From the requirements linked to from their signup page) Your website must receive a minimum of 500,000 content rich page views to qualify for IntelliTXT. “Content rich” is defined as a page containing more than 50 words.
    I never thought I'd have less trouble satisfying a "content rich" requirement than a traffic requirement!
    Interestingly, though, they don't say what period of time those 500,000 PVs are supposed to take place over. A month? A year? I'm guessing a month...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leader
    Dayum, their requirements have gone up!


    I never thought I'd have less trouble satisfying a "content rich" requirement than a traffic requirement!
    Interestingly, though, they don't say what period of time those 500,000 PVs are supposed to take place over. A month? A year? I'm guessing a month...
    the 500,000 is Monthly

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