With more and more bloggers wanting to find better alternatives to BuySellAds and Google Adsense, Ad Taily comes to the rescue. I started using Ad Taily as an experiment back in December 2011 and wasn’t at all impressed. I got no advertisers and the impressions Ad Taily said I was achieving was more than half what I was actually achieving. Nevertheless, I have tried them again to monetize my website and let’s hope for better!
Ad Taily, when I first found out about them, seemed as if they created a niche out of nowhere. How can you create a niche in a saturated market such as online advertising? I don’t know, but Ad Taily do. Here are some reasons I think Ad Taily have revolutionised online advertising:
- The Advertiser Never Leaves Your Site – That is Ad Taily’s unique selling point. The fact anyone can buy advertising direct from your site is pretty amazing.
- No Restricted ’30 Day’ Adverts – The problem with banner advertising is that most of the time, advertisers have to pay for 30 days: that is the only option. What if the advertiser wants to try out the website for one day and then purchase 30 days? What if he wanted to advertise for just a week? Ad Taily let’s you do this through giving advertisers the decision of how long to advertise for. It can be from 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 30 or a huge 60 days! You choose how long to advertise for. You are in control.
- Text and Image – Ad Taily give advertisers the possibility to have a text advert, image advert or a text/image advert. Again, it’s entirely your choice.
- All the Information You Want – Ad Taily make it possible to show you all the information you need about a website an advertiser wants to advertise from. This is from a description of the site to how many pageviews it gets, it all makes buying adverts that bit more easier and trustworthy.
- Control – This relates to all my points. Ad Taily like to give advertisers and publishers alike the control they deserve. After all, it is the advertiser that pays for the adverts and the publisher that shows the adverts on their site – not Ad Taily.