On The Unstoppable Social Media & The Dawn Of The Mobile Age

  • written by Anca Rusu
  • Friday, February 10th, 2012

Our weekly roundup of developments in marketing, social media, dev, design, advertising and the like. This week we came across even more confirmations that social media is getting bigger and that the growth of smartphones leads to a constant need … Continued

Cranking Away At BSA HQ

  • written by Todd Garland
  • Thursday, February 9th, 2012

We’ve been busy at the BSA office. There is a lot of great new stuff on its way and we’ve been working to finalize some flows for our new products. We can’t wait to show you all what we have … Continued

Meet Up With BuySellAds At SXSW March 9 – 12

  • written by Todd Garland
  • Saturday, February 4th, 2012

Have questions about our products, services, and marketplace? Want to talk shop about online advertising in general? Want to spy on us for our competitors? Want to learn more about the new products we’re working on? We’d love to meet … Continued

Publishers: Important Update To International PayPal Fees

  • written by Todd Garland
  • Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

If you cashout from BuySellAds via PayPal AND you have an international PayPal account, they have made big changes to their fee structure. So, if you do not cashout via PayPal OR you have a US based PayPal account, this … Continued

Advertisers: Continuously Test New Creative Each Month. Please.

  • written by Todd Garland
  • Sunday, January 29th, 2012

Yes, producing great creative is hard and time consuming, but that’s not a good reason to let your campaigns go stale. If you’re not experimenting with new creatives each month you are wasting money. Guaranteed. The advertisers who do best … Continued

Advertising In Uncommon Places

  • written by Todd Garland
  • Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

I was delighted to see a nice example of someone doing an ad buy outside the “normal” places. Gabriel Weinberg of DuckDuckGo did a test buy with reddit’s self-serve ad system for 13 days and shared his (amazing) results: My … Continued

Adaptive Web-Design & Advertising

  • written by Jon Phillips
  • Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

The web is becoming an increasingly busy and complex space. It’s constantly evolving and advertising has to evolve too—at least how we display advertising on our sites. It seems like all we hear about these days in the world of … Continued

Three Ways Publishers Make More Money

  • written by Matthew
  • Friday, January 6th, 2012

So far 2012 is off to a wonderful start. Over the last two days I’ve issued just over to $200,000 in cashouts to our publishers – and the requests keep coming in. Our publishers are on fire, but the fire … Continued

Twitter’s biggest monetization problem is that they don’t control the content

  • written by Todd Garland
  • Friday, December 30th, 2011

We have been on the dawn of social media monetization for a long time now. I’m sure saying “social media” and “monetization” together like that will piss-off a lot of people. But hey, something’s gotta pay the bills. I also … Continued

Looks like TechCrunch invented the 125 x 125

  • written by Todd Garland
  • Thursday, December 29th, 2011

My first thought was, “what, Al Gore?”. After doing a little research, I can’t seem to find anyone else laying claim to inventing the infamous 125 x 125. So, the crown goes to Nik Cubrilovic who was with TechCrunch at … Continued

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