What is Pay-Per-Play Media?
NetAudioAds Pay-Per-Play (PPP) is an online media channel that plays 5 second audio advertisements like the one you just heard on websites that place the PPP code on their web pages.
Audio ads are only heard on web pages where the website owner has placed PPP code and is only heard once on the page. The visitor may hear another ad if they visit another page (that has placed the PPP code) only after at least 3 minutes have elapsed.
Audio ads do not take up any physical space on your website because they are only heard and not seen.
PPP audio ads will are contextually related to the text content (readable content) of any web page where the PPP code is placed. The advertisement you just heard is just a sample ad.
When placing PPP audio ads on your website you have the option to disallow competitor ads or ads that you just do not want your website visitors to hear. They human review every audio ad before it is aired on their network (our websites). They do not allow porn, hate, crime or ads that are questionable in nature. They screen the ads so we don't have to and comply with our specific "no ad" requests.
Pay-Per-Play is now in huge demand by major branding advertisers as well as small businesses all over the world. As of 2/29/2008 the Pay-Per-Play network has grown to over 25 million websites. They are a strong community and welcome you to join us at no cost.
How Does Pay-Per-Play Work?
PPP audio ads play as soon as a visitor arrives on a web page where the PPP code is inserted. The audio advertisement is only heard and not seen and requires no action from a website visitor.
One of the main benefits of running PPP ads on your website is the fact that you never send visitors away from your site. This allows you the opportunity to continue to earn from your visitors.
PPP audio ads play automatically for 5 seconds so website owners need to choose specific pages of their website where it is appropriate for their visitors to hear a single 5 second audio advertisement.
You should be aware that PPP audio ads are not appropriate for all web pages. It is up to the website owner (you) where they (you) will place audio ads.
More and more advertisers are adopting the 5 second audio adlet. 5 seconds is long enough to leave an impression on the listener and short enough to "not annoy" the visitor.
The Power of a 5 Second Audio Ad...
Imagine that you are sitting at your computer in Brooklyn, NY it's 11:00am and you surf to a website that has the PPP code placed and a short commercial plays while you wait for the web page to load that says:
"Stop by Luigi's Pizza for lunch buy one pizza get another free see us at 3rd and main"
It's 11:00am, you're hungry and thinking about lunch. Luigi over at Luigi's Pizza (fictitious example) called in a 5 second ad, chose to have his ad run to only the Brooklyn, NY area between 10:30am and 11:30am, Monday - Friday.
At the time of this writing we have the ability to serve a 5 second ad to an average of 30,000 people per day in just Brooklyn, NY.
At the time of this writing they have the ability to serve 5 second ads to more than 600 million people per month. That's 20 million people per day... worldwide.
They also have large national and worldwide advertisers that are seeking to brand their name. The uses of 5 second audio ads for large fortune 100 companies on down to Luigi's Pizza are wide and varied. The bottom line is that the ads are extremely effective as opposed to radio and television advertising.
WHY?
Because radio and TV tend to play in the background much of the time and people are tired of 15, 20 and 30 second ads. We all hate them so they tend to tune them out. On the contrary a 5 second audio ad is new and fascinating, we have the visitor's undivided attention while they wait for your webpage to load or your video to play, etc, etc, etc.
You can place the PPP audio ad code on any page(s) you desire on your website. We like to leave it to your imagination... You're in complete control. Every time an ad is heard by your website visitors, you get paid.
Our Coverage is Enormous but We Need More...
They need more coverage because the demand by advertisers for these extremely powerful 5 second audio ads is in big demand. They need to double our coverage from 600 million to 1.2 billion and they need your help. They will pay you to host PPP ads on your website and pay you weekly on Friday's for the business the week prior.
Get Paid On 3 Tiers...
NetAudioAds Pay-Per-Play (PPP) offers a generous (RESIDUAL) compensation plan that is designed to pay you in several ways:
TIER 1:
Get paid 25% of what the advertiser spends "per play" on audio ads that you serve on your website(s). You get paid for every visitor that remains on any web page (where you place your PPP code) for more than 2 seconds.
20% of Internet users do not have their audio system turned on but you will be paid for 100% of your traffic where an audio ad is served whether it is heard or not. The price that our advertisers pay already takes into account that only 80% of their ads will actually be heard.
TIER 2:
Get paid 5% of what the advertiser spends "per play" on audio ads that are served on the websites of those that you personally refer to the Pay-Per-Play opportunity.
TIER 3:
Get paid 5% of what the advertiser spends "per play" on audio ads that are served on the websites of those that your direct referrals bring on board.
Competitive Commission Structure...
Because you are paid on 100% of your traffic, that hears an audio ad you have the opportunity to earn additional revenue with your own website as well as by referring other website owners to do the same.
Pay-Per-Play does not require any "clicking" by your visitors. The industry average click through rate on Pay-Per-Click programs is typically 5%. You should clearly see that a 25% commission on 100% of your web traffic (that is exposed to PPP audio ads) is a superior way to add revenue to what you are already doing.
Best of all PPP audio ads do not interfere with other advertising that you may run on your website(s). In short, PPP is "found revenue" requiring no action from you other than placing PPP code on your web pages where you want visitors to hear 5 second audio ads from respected advertisers.
Weekly Pay...
NetAudioAds Pay-Per-Play pays all affiliates on a weekly basis. The more websites that you refer to this opportunity the more you will make.
How Much Can I Earn?
NetAudioAds charges advertisers on a CPM basis. In other words we charge in units of 1000 ads. Each 1000 ads currently costs the advertiser anywhere from $20 CPM (per thousand) to $26 CPM depending on targeting options they may select.
25% (your cut) of the $20 CPM is a $3.50 CPM which is well above industry standard CPM rates. There is no other form of advertising that compares to this commission structure except for per impression banner advertising. The revenue you receive from banner ads compared to audio ads is significant.
As an affiliate running ads on your website you will earn your 25%. So let's say that you get 100,000 visitors a month that hear a 5 second ad then you would earn $350 in found money.
The true power of this program lies in referring other websites and every website owner wants more revenue so this is an easy sell. Imaging referring 10 websites that total 1 million ad plays. This is not hard to do (read the forum) 1 million ad plays at your 5% is $1000 in residual income per month. Since we pay weekly, you'll get paid $250 per week.
Now imagine stepping it up to 2 million or 10 million and you can see how quickly the numbers add up.
We have a full line of training materials available to you after sign up as well as a full support forum. We need you to get as many people as possible to sign up right away. In exchange we are offering you lifetime residual income off of the effort of others.
Weekly payments have already begun, claim your share now...
No other advertising media network comes close to offering this kind of compensation structure. Sign up today...

1 comments

  1. Troy // May 24, 2008 at 7:30 PM  

    Some people may find audio ads annoying and intrusive, at least from what I've heard on forums. However, it seems like an excellent way to generate revenue from all the click-through traffic that a site gets.