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Case Study: How One Website Doubled Its Ad Revenue

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Contact: Noah Anderson, President and CEO
Location: Costa Mesa, Calif.
Industry: Online Publishing
Annual revenue: $5,000,000
Number of employees: 10

Quick Read President and CEO Noah Anderson knew his site offered a strong value proposition for advertisers, but convincing them to advertise on his site on a cost-per-thousand (CPM) basis, without any guarantee of clicks... in this economy? Well, that was another story.

So Anderson introduced a new performance-based program: Advertisers pay only for the real leads they receive, thereby diminishing the risk of advertising on his site.

This approach allowed PlanningFamily to connect with a new advertiser base, and over the past year the company's ad revenues have doubled as a result.


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  • by Jean Nadeau Tue Aug 25, 2009 via web

    How the CPL introduction program did not cannibalize the actual CPM program? What was the incentive to move an happy CPL advertiser to a CPM based cost model?

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