Revenue Solved is all about helping you make money online. But there is more to it than that.
Type “make money online” into Google, and you’ll get 16,600,000 results. That was easy!
The problem is, you now have to wade through all of those websites, and translate their unintelligible jargon, to find the right solution for your particular case.
Revenue Solved does this hard work for you. We have already waded through the options, and translated the jargon.
All you have to do is fill in some details about your online venture, and we can point you in the right direction.
That said, it will help you long term if you learn some of the jargon yourself. That way you’ll know for sure we helped you in the right way.
Here are translations of some of the most common terms you’ll see from advertising networks:
Targeting - showing the right ads to the right people. This can be done through demographic profiling (location, age, gender, income bracket etc) or behavioral profiling (what they are interested in, what websites they visit, what they buy etc) or both.
CPM (Cost per thousand impressions) - The amount you would earn for every thousand times an ad is shown on your site. It’s an M because that is the roman numeral for one thousand.
CPA (Cost Per Action) - Otherwise known as “performance“. This is how much you earn for every action taken by a user. The action might be clicking, providing contact details, downloading a file or making a purchase. Keep in mind, it is harder to make someone click on an ad than it is to show it to them. In this sense, CPM campaigns are often a better option for publishers than CPA.
These are some of the first questions you might ask. Stay tuned for more…
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