Any advice on how to find websites for small direct media buys?

by sean83
5 replies
I'm looking to make a direct media buy from a decent small website that gets atleast 2,500/day uniques, i've looked through Alexa, compete, quantcast, google ad planner, and emailed quite a few web owners.

I'm looking to get either a flat rate monthly buy of about $200 or a cpm below $1.

So far I've had no luck, does anyone have any advice? besides what I've already been doing.

Thanks Anyone
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  • Profile picture of the author Brandon Tanner
    This is a pretty good resource...

    Buy Ads | BuySellAds

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  • Profile picture of the author mobileteksters
    this has worked, but hit or miss, can find cheap deald
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  • Profile picture of the author regulardan
    Most sites will not give you cheap deals. Think about it. If you were a site with 2500 uniques a day
    you would just grab adsense/sitescout and call it a day. Cheap deals come from sites with little or no traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author AleksanderSuave
      depends on the niche.

      Your best bet is to find local sites easily that have no clue what theyre doing and just make them an offer.

      I sit on a nonprofit board for a gun org, they cant advertise in most traditional ways. we have one large annual contract with an adexchange that serves our primary ads, and before I joined the board, they sold local banner ad spots for like 100 bucks a month, and they see 110,000 UV's per month.
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  • Profile picture of the author erob
    You may want to check a site called project wonderful, it could be useful. It has a large network of websites and blogs
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