Where to buy banner ads?

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Hi,

So far I know of 1 site buysellads, not enough. Are there any other sites like it?

I also wish to know how you folks find sites to place your banners, I know I can try using Google.

I want to start cheap so sites like advertise.com or bonadza with some $500 min deposit aren't for me yet.

I have a copywriting software I want to sell.

Thanks,
Jack
#ads #banner #buy
  • Profile picture of the author dariusdarius
    Try SiteScout

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  • Profile picture of the author John Pagulayan
    Contacting site owners for advertising is certainly a good option.

    Or you can try the following:

    Google Display Network
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  • Profile picture of the author razorz18
    Buyandsellads.com one of the best
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  • Profile picture of the author anynewsbd
    Search in Google search engine hope you will find your goal.
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  • Profile picture of the author qqsnail
    sitescout is expensive,you can buy from buysellads
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  • Profile picture of the author Davids22
    I disagree that BuyAndSellAds is the best. There are many sites on BASA with outrageous CPM's...

    If you have a small budget I'd suggest Google Content Network, though clearly you already know this.

    On the other side... I wouldn't suggest Media Buying until you have a larger budget (much bigger than just $500).

    If you still decide to continue the media buying path - Go with google/bing Content. It's stupid cheap CPC's (usually) - and it's pretty well targeted.

    Another option is to find Copywriting forums/blogs and contact them directly.

    EDIT: There are a lot more places to buy ad spots - those above are just my 2c.
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    • Profile picture of the author mitchelthedog
      Originally Posted by Davids22 View Post

      On the other side... I wouldn't suggest Media Buying until you have a larger budget (much bigger than just $500).

      If you still decide to continue the media buying path - Go with google/bing Content. It's stupid cheap CPC's (usually) - and it's pretty well targeted.
      Completely agree about the budget.. with $500 you'll get eaten alive.. From your experience, do you really believe Google's cpc is cheap? at least compared to what you'll get with media buying?
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      • Profile picture of the author Davids22
        Originally Posted by mitchelthedog View Post

        Completely agree about the budget.. with $500 you'll get eaten alive.. From your experience, do you really believe Google's cpc is cheap? at least compared to what you'll get with media buying?
        Google Content Networks' CPC**

        And it depends on the industry, keywords, country, and a few other factors. But yes, if you own the product it's a good place to start IMO.

        Google Adwords Search CPC's are usually outrageous IMO, but the quality is there.

        If you know what you're doing you can get super cheap CPC's elsewhere. You just need to test a lot of ads and find the ones that get amazing CTR's for that cheap CPC, as opposed to paying a flat CPC from the get go (more stable for us affiliate marketers).

        NOTE: Whenever ANYONE talks about Media Buying, take it with a grain of salt, there are 100s of possible scenarios on how a campaign can do well and can go wrong, and what you personally experience may be very different.
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        • Profile picture of the author mitchelthedog
          Originally Posted by Davids22 View Post

          Google Content Networks' CPC**

          And it depends on the industry, keywords, country, and a few other factors. But yes, if you own the product it's a good place to start IMO.

          Google Adwords Search CPC's are usually outrageous IMO, but the quality is there.
          Thanks for the info mate. Never really took the time to research Google's content networks, im guessing I should give it a look.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Trujillo
    You can go somewhere to a place like "BuySellAds" where they are basically a middleman between you and other active sites looking for ads. OR You can go to the blog serving your niche, and contact the website owner. It is always good to do you own research first of all to see if it is a good deal. You don't want to be advertising somewhere not relevant to your offer, or somewhere with no traffic. And a key thing to remember is to always send traffic to your landing page, if not what you are doing is just wasting your money, which would be a waste.
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  • Profile picture of the author Franklynn
    Project Wonderful is one of my favorites. You determine how much you want to pay, and you can start for really cheap. They mainly cater to small "indie" type advertisers, so be sure to check out their terms of service if you are advertising affiliate products.
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