Ask the readers: which advertising network do you use?

After building a browsergame, most browsergame creators come up with a way for their game to make money. Typically this takes the form of paid subscriptions, sponsorships, or advertising.

Today, I want to talk to the readers who have created a browsergame that is currently using advertising as a revenue source: which network are you using?

There are a multitude of different advertising networks out there, and many different models: pay-per-impression, pay-per-click, and many more. I would like to talk to the creators of browsergames that are currently serving advertisements, to find out which advertising networks are best suited to being used in a browsergame.

If you are currently the owner or developer of a browsergame that is running advertisements, please send me an e-mail at buildingbrowsergames@gmail.com with which advertising network you’re using, and what your thoughts are on it – I’ll try to compile all of your responses, and post them all here once I know a little more.

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Luke is the primary editor of Building Browsergames, and has written a large portion of the articles that you read here. He generally has no idea what to say when asked to write about himself in the third person.

Monday, August 18th, 2008 advertising, askthereaders
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