Re: Banner exchange software
GLEN GOWER WROTE:
>We've been running a successful banner exchange program
>based in our city for the past couple of months.
>Up to this point, we have been using a regular ad serving
>program to display the ads, and calculating free credits
>We'd like to upgrade to an ad program that's designed to
>handle a banner exchange program.
Have you looked at SmartAge? They have a raft of services
for small businesses, including a big banner exchange
network of their own, a la LinkExchange. I recently noticed,
however, that they have also started to offer their banner
exchange platform for other customers, including
theglobe.com, as a private label solution. I don't think
they licence the software outright, but rather they run it
as a privately branded (e.g., OttawaStart) service that they
host and manage on clients' behalf.
Rick E. Bruner, Vice President
IMT Strategies http://www.imtstrategies.com
Research and advice about sales and marketing technology strategies
Author, "Net Results: Web Marketing That Works"
(415) 351-2489 rick_at_imtstrategies.com
Received on Tue Aug 31 1999 - 11:28:57 CDT
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