As I’m dusting off this website and taking a harder look at content strategies and the potential for advertising revenue, I simply cannot believe that it seems like absolutely nothing has changed in traditional online advertising in 10 years.
Part three of this series will deal specifically with an important issue that had come up in part one: Some users, albeit a tiny percentage of overall users, were encountering a malware warning on pages where SocialCash ads are being served.
In part one of this series, we talked about your options – and possible concessions you may have to make if you opt to advertise on Facebook applications. Part two will discuss the returns I have seen so far based on my own applications, and the ad network’s payout schedule.
I have a Facebook application that seems to be doing rather well – over 100k monthly active users after just two months, and gaining by about 1.5k every day. I’ve been toying with trying to monetize that in some way, and the most obvious way (that requires the least amount
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