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Contextual advertising


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What is C|ON|TEXT?

C|ON|TEXT is contextual advertising system that uses a large pool of web sites to display ads. Based on product or services you advertise, the system selects the appropriate sites and pages for your ads. That ensures your advertising campaigns are shown to audience that is most interested in purchasing your products and/or services.

Displaying the ad is absolutely free. You only pay when a visitor clicks on your ad and comes to your site. That means a lot of free advertisement for your products or services.

You decide what the price of the click will be. C|ON|TEXT then fits your ads in appropriate pages, when your price and daily budget allow it. This ensures you are never overcharged for advertising.

C|ON|TEXT allows you to target your campaign to a specific country, region or city. It also allows you to target only pages written in specific language. That way you avoid paying for advertising on non-relevant markets.

You can measure effectiveness of your campaigns and make changes 24/7; you can monitor campaign stats and change price, daily budget or ads themselves at any point. You can stop and resume your campaigns whenever you like.

Apart from standard inline ads, C|ON|TEXT uses intuitive new ad format. When a word or phrase related to your advertising campaign is detected on a page, it becomes a link. The link is different than other links on the page. When visitor hovers mouse over that link, your ad appears above the text on that page. This ensures you grab the visitor's attention when they are at their highest interest at what you are offering. This type of advertising has proved more successful than traditional ads, as people tend to simply not notice traditional ads.




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