We think your website traffic, and the time your viewers spend on your site is worth something. Our opinion is that you should not be giving away over 99% of your advertising content for free, as most online ad networks expect you to.
We have created a revolutionary new ad distribution system where advertisers will compensate you for every second your site is being viewed! Our goal is to forever change the way web publishers approach ad sales and delivery. Gone are the days when some computer algorithm and search index decided what your pages were about, and therefore what ads should appear on them. tagvillage is turning the online advertising industry on its head, and web publishers are benefiting tremendously!
Generate more revenue through ad sales
Deliver better quality ads for viewers
Control advertising delivery and content
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Have you ever been disappointed when you tried to make money online with the content on your website? Have your efforts to monetize your blog fallen short of your expectations? If advertisers pay you to place ads on your site on a Cost per Click basis (CPC) or a Cost per Action basis (CPA) then you are most likely giving away over 99% of your advertising for free! Why are you doing this?
How long do you think most television stations, radio stations, or newspapers would survive if their advertisers only paid for customers who they could prove responded to their ads? Traditional media, such as television, understand the true value of advertising is branding and frequency, not clicks. So, we started asking, why do web publishers have to give away their 'branding' and 'frequency' for free? What if web publishers could earn ad revenue for every single pageview? What if web publishers were paid for the traffic and viewers on their sites, not just the 1% or fewer who click on ads? What if web publishers were earning money every single second their website was being viewed?
In the early 1990's, when the Internet was in its infancy, web publishers had a difficult time convincing advertisers their content was valuable advertising space. Then, along came the concept of Pay per Click advertising. Very soon, web publishers could easily get advertisers to dip their toes in the water because the advertiser did not pay unless they saw results from the ads. In our opinion, the Internet has grown up a little over the past few years. We feel most advertisers understand the validity and value of online advertising and are willing to pay web publishers what they deserve.