and newspapers. I use to run campaigns and I had an ad broker that worked to get me
the best advertising deals in business magazines and major newspapers like the wall
street, new york, etc.
There is ad brokers such as the one I had that also designed the ad displays for magazines.
I'd give him the jest of what I wanted and he would send me a couple of drafts to look at.
I could then suggest changes or ok it.
You don't want to use the company urls tho in print media ads. Use redirects or rotator
Actually I was looking at free ads like Craigs List. When you say to not use the company urls, does that include the urls we use from Clixsense for our referrals? Is a redirect url a url that would lead to, for example, my Facebook page? I don't know what a rotator url is. And why wouldn't you use the company url? All this is a bit new to me.
You don't want to use company urls on Craigslist, especially. In fact, if you do decide
to do something over there, it would be smart to allow ClixSense admin approval of it.
Not using company urls protect you from spam accusations, at least to an extent.
Example: Charlie says she spammed me with that program ClixSense! I saw the url!
Here is her spamming ad copy! Someone call ClixSense right now and show them!
Call their hosting company!
Example: It's a short redirect url Charlie. You can't contact their hosting because
the short redirect is not ClixSenses url.....it is the short redirect companies url.
You're barking up a dead horses butt, Charlie.
A rotator url is a url that rotates more than one url.
Celestial_Maiden_08 wrote: Just wondering if ads displayed depends on the country we lived in whether you are premium member or not, thanks to anyone who will answer
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