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esearing
05-16-2006, 03:07 PM
Anyone using adbrite as an advertiser or seller?

The advertiser rates for some sites look astronomical to me. Example $3.50 per click for a small business site with less than 50 users per day. Or $50 per week. Most of the sites are little more than bad directories or other advertising sites.

As a ad space seller I am finding most of the ads are not small business ads even though that is what I specified. Instead I am getting 1 biz ad, and 4 pop culture ads.

BusinessMan
05-16-2006, 04:01 PM
You will see the ads on the right are from Adbrite.

We are largely experimenting, so it is probably too early for us to comment. Advertisers can pay weekly, monthly or as part of the 'network' (by clicks). We currently have one weekly subscriber and the rest are PPC. I would expect the other slots to be taken by subscribers, rather than PPC, in due course.

Whether this will be our long term solution remains to be seen, but unlike Adsense, at least we known what is going on in terms of finance.

I will report back when we have more experience.

gadgetised
02-19-2014, 09:23 AM
I look forward to hearing more about Adbrite. I have been sussing it out as a viable Adsense alternative but am too comfortable to make the move. I am thinking of starting up a new site and comparing the two.

VivaLa
02-20-2014, 07:40 AM
I used adbrite a few years ago as an alternative when my adsense account got suspended. In the end I lasted about 3 months with them before switching most of my sites to affiliate links as I felt it would be more beneficial to most of my sites as they didn't really have ads which targeted my audience.

OhioTom76
02-24-2014, 10:04 PM
AdBrite has been out of business since last year. There is no option to use them anymore. They were an interesting concept when they first launched, but they never really built out their core functionality to accommodate advertisers and publishers. It was essentially a very stripped down version of AdSense that sold ad units for flat rates and in time blocks. This resulted in a lot of wasted impressions on the same users, since you essentially bought permanent spots on certain sites/pages. Whereas Google has very much built out their former "Content Network" into what it is now, their "Display Network" and given advertisers much more control over the quality of the traffic they are receiving from it (even though that traffic still doesn't convert well, it's better than it was). The other down side to AdBrite, was if you bought a poorly converting slot, you were stuck with it. So shady publishers could show up on there and send bogus traffic and get your money without much recourse. Their quality control was very much lacking.

delusional
02-25-2014, 12:17 PM
I have never heard about adbrite. Whenever I want to get some more visitors, I use Google AdWords. The service is impeccable and the visitors are always targeted right.

Vash
02-25-2014, 09:24 PM
You don't need to hear about Adbrite any more. They shut themselves down over a year ago with only a 3-day notice. I was using their publisher side of the platform at the time, and I was just starting to get used to their interfaces etc. Then there came the 3-day shut down notice, but in just 2 days their we could no longer log into our accounts. And a few days later, their web site was gone too with no way to contact them whatsoever. The good thing was, they only owe me a few dollars at the time. I wonder how many bigger publishers and advertisers they have burnt on their existing. It was a bad business practice on their side. I remember when Yahoo Publishers was shut down for the first time, they paid everyone who still had money in their accounts.

eppie
03-04-2014, 05:05 AM
This topic should be locked by now as it was originally posted way back in 2006. Also the subject company is not relevant anymore considering that it is already closed. :-?

foduu1
03-06-2014, 12:36 AM
I've never ever learned about adbrite. Each time I would like to get some good a lot more website visitors, I use Yahoo AdWords. This program is usually impeccable plus the website visitors tend to be constantly specific proper.

TomRalphio
03-28-2014, 11:43 PM
I honestly was under the impression they shut down a while ago. And I wasn't surprised to be honest, considering they were competing against Adsense. It's a hard business to get into right now. Tons of competition fro several smaller independent ad agencies. Google's got the non-intrusive text ads covered. Clickthrough rates are up, cost per click is down, and that means a new business can't survive on a handful of clicks alone. They need to build engagement, and they're going up against guys who've studied what shade of blue makes text most appealing to users.

Competition won't come out of nowhere. And it's not really Google's fault that the industry went the way it did when it was overrun with ad agencies. I just don't think anyone is capable of competing in every arena. Sure, Facebook can sell ads to their audience and maybe on some other sites, but they won't get the same engagement, or rates, etc.

cameronpalte
03-30-2014, 08:29 PM
I personally used to use Adbrite before they shut down. It is a hard business to get into but the they had been into it for a while. I thing the problem is no one has the reputation of Adsense so they can't charge the rates of Adsense which means they also can't pay out the same amount as Adsense so they are rarely the first choice for publishers. I personally think facebook should get into this industry as a decent alternative to adsense. I've been looking for a very good alternative to adsense for years now and have yet to find one.

mikelouis
03-30-2014, 11:33 PM
Now that Adesense conversation rate is really going low, then am sure people will move to check out this new ad network. That seems to be a great way to make more money from your blog or forum.

fredkawig
03-31-2014, 01:35 AM
I haven't heard of Adbrite before. Some websites who offer advertising are good some are bad so experimenting with a lot of websites are the best way to determine what works best for you.

Vash
03-31-2014, 03:20 AM
I personally used to use Adbrite before they shut down. It is a hard business to get into but the they had been into it for a while. I thing the problem is no one has the reputation of Adsense so they can't charge the rates of Adsense which means they also can't pay out the same amount as Adsense so they are rarely the first choice for publishers. I personally think facebook should get into this industry as a decent alternative to adsense. I've been looking for a very good alternative to adsense for years now and have yet to find one.

The closet ad network in term of how it works and comparable payment is Yahoo/Bing ads served through media.net
Some people report higher earning from Yahoo/bing ads compare to Adsense on the same web pages, but of course it might depend on the niches. So what works the best for others might not be the best for you.

There are other ad networks you can get into. Some of them do pay more than Adsense.
For example, CPM leader TribalFusion pays on average $2 per 1000 impressions. This rate is way higher than what you can earn from Adsense.
Buysellads is a platform to allow you to sell ad space to advertisers directly. I have also earned way more from BSA from the same amount of traffic compare to Adsense. The earning from BSA is 3 times more than Adsense for me on the same pages. However, I use Adsense as backfill for BSA now.

amayajace
08-16-2019, 07:02 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

AarushiAashi
10-24-2019, 01:42 PM
adBrite is the biggest free publicizing trade. adBrite first began taking publicizing for outside destinations in 2003, and brought $4 million up in funding from Sequoia in 2004. In 2006, adBrite raised another $8 million from Sequoia and Artis Capital, a similar pair that put together in YouTube.

Jason Hedge
10-28-2019, 04:41 AM
Adbrite was a company that provides the facility of online exchange which is based in San Fransico, California, USA.

aliadil961
11-05-2019, 03:47 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

jacksonsamy2
11-11-2020, 04:39 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange

Saravanan12
11-16-2020, 07:24 AM
I've never ever learned about adbrite. Each time I would like to get some good a lot more website visitors, I use Yahoo AdWords. This program is usually impeccable plus the website visitors tend to be constantly specific proper.

Geethan
11-17-2020, 12:20 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

Saravanan12
12-07-2020, 06:04 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

Bigil
12-08-2020, 12:33 AM
I look forward to hearing more about Adbrite. I have been sussing it out as a viable Adsense alternative but am too comfortable to make the move. I am thinking of starting up a new site and comparing the two.

Geetha john
12-08-2020, 12:56 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

Geethan
12-10-2020, 11:50 PM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

Bigil
12-14-2020, 01:47 AM
I look forward to hearing more about Adbrite. I have been sussing it out as a viable Adsense alternative but am too comfortable to make the move. I am thinking of starting up a new site and comparing the two.

Geetha john
12-16-2020, 12:49 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

Bigil
12-16-2020, 11:57 PM
I look forward to hearing more about Adbrite. I have been sussing it out as a viable Adsense alternative but am too comfortable to make the move. I am thinking of starting up a new site and comparing the two.

jayam12
12-22-2020, 09:54 AM
adBrite, an advertising exchange platform, provides site-level transparency, display, and video capabilities for advertisers and publishers.

mithu
12-22-2020, 09:59 AM
AdBrite, Inc. provides online advertising exchange platform. The Company offers direct access to campaign data and analytics. AdBrite serves advertising agencies, real time bidders, and publishers in the United States.

Geetha john
12-23-2020, 12:03 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

Geetha john
12-26-2020, 02:09 AM
adBrite, an advertising exchange platform, provides site-level transparency, display, and video capabilities for advertisers and publishers.

Bigil
12-28-2020, 01:42 AM
AdBrite has been out of business since last year. There is no option to use them anymore. They were an interesting concept when they first launched, but they never really built out their core functionality to accommodate advertisers and publishers. It was essentially a very stripped down version of AdSense that sold ad units for flat rates and in time blocks.

jayam12
01-07-2021, 07:47 AM
adBrite, an advertising exchange platform, provides site-level transparency, display, and video capabilities for advertisers and publishers.

mithu
01-07-2021, 07:51 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002.

valluri
01-07-2021, 07:56 AM
AdBrite is the largest independent advertising exchange, reaching more than 160 million U.S. unique visitors each month.

master007
01-07-2021, 11:39 PM
I have been sussing it out as a viable Adsense alternative but am too comfortable to make the move. I am thinking of starting up a new site and comparing the two.

debora
01-08-2021, 12:05 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange. adBrite, an advertising exchange platform, provides site-level transparency, display, and video capabilities for advertisers and publishers.

MASTERO
01-19-2021, 12:52 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

jayam12
01-20-2021, 08:12 AM
adBrite, an advertising exchange platform, provides site-level transparency, display, and video capabilities for advertisers and publishers.

mithu
01-20-2021, 08:20 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

valluri
01-20-2021, 08:24 AM
AdBrite is the largest independent advertising exchange, reaching more than 160 million U.S. unique visitors each month.

Geetha
01-20-2021, 11:39 PM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

master007
01-30-2021, 07:10 AM
I look forward to hearing more about Adbrite. I have been sussing it out as a viable Adsense alternative but am too comfortable to make the move. I am thinking of starting up a new site and comparing the two.

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Geetha
02-02-2021, 12:35 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

jayam12
02-08-2021, 08:52 AM
adBrite, an advertising exchange platform, provides site-level transparency, display, and video capabilities for advertisers and publishers.

mithu
02-08-2021, 09:00 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

valluri
02-08-2021, 09:02 AM
AdBrite is the largest independent advertising exchange, reaching more than 160 million U.S. unique visitors each month.

Geetha
02-12-2021, 01:13 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

master007
02-13-2021, 04:36 AM
I look forward to hearing more about Adbrite. I have been sussing it out as a viable Adsense alternative but am too comfortable to make the move. I am thinking of starting up a new site and comparing the two.

notty667
02-16-2021, 02:06 AM
adBrite, an advertising exchange platform, provides site-level transparency, display, and video capabilities for advertisers and publishers.

master007
03-13-2021, 12:36 AM
adbrite. Each time I would like to get some good a lot more website visitors, I use Yahoo AdWords. This program is usually impeccable plus the website visitors tend to be constantly specific proper.

MASTERO
07-29-2021, 01:34 AM
AdBrite, Inc. was an online ad exchange, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 as an advertising network and then in 2008 as an ad exchange.

Bigil
08-01-2021, 09:58 AM
adbrite. Each time I would like to get some good a lot more website visitors, I use Yahoo AdWords. This program is usually impeccable plus the website visitors tend to be constantly specific proper.