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October 15, 2014, 11:13:54 AM
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Even though using Anonymous Ads services on a small website and with very little visitors, I can say I'm satisfied enough.
I'm pretty much new to advertisement networks, so it took me some days to understand the related terminology and how it works.

Anyways, both this topic and the information provided on the website/blog helped me get along with it.
I personally thought it would have been cool if someone had created a beginner guide to help starters understand how a-ads works, instead of having to waste time going around trying to assemble pieces.

As I said I'm not a guru to the business (nor am I associated to a-ads), actually I'm a newbie but.. I decided to create that tutorial I had thought about anyways. Took me few hours of work but I finally published it on my blog - http://bitcoinz.altervista.org/blog/anonymous-ads-review/
I would appreciate if you could check it out and forward me any improvement that could be done to the article - feedback is always welcome

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October 15, 2014, 04:02:20 PM
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Even though using Anonymous Ads services on a small website and with very little visitors, I can say I'm satisfied enough.
I'm pretty much new to advertisement networks, so it took me some days to understand the related terminology and how it works.

Anyways, both this topic and the information provided on the website/blog helped me get along with it.
I personally thought it would have been cool if someone had created a beginner guide to help starters understand how a-ads works, instead of having to waste time going around trying to assemble pieces.

As I said I'm not a guru to the business (nor am I associated to a-ads), actually I'm a newbie but.. I decided to create that tutorial I had thought about anyways. Took me few hours of work but I finally published it on my blog - http://bitcoinz.altervista.org/blog/anonymous-ads-review/
I would appreciate if you could check it out and forward me any improvement that could be done to the article - feedback is always welcome

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Thank for precious feedback and manual. There is a minor inaccuracy there:

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But paying Advertisers can also show interest in your Unit – in this case you will earn 50% of the fees collected from them.

You earn 50% from advertisers attracted by you, it doesn't depend on whether they advertise on your particular ad unit or not. Each ad unit is our affiliate, so if someone comes though your affiliate link (that is present in ad unit code) and creates an ad, you get 50% of fees collected from campaigns of that ad.

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October 15, 2014, 04:31:31 PM
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Even though using Anonymous Ads services on a small website and with very little visitors, I can say I'm satisfied enough.
I'm pretty much new to advertisement networks, so it took me some days to understand the related terminology and how it works.

Anyways, both this topic and the information provided on the website/blog helped me get along with it.
I personally thought it would have been cool if someone had created a beginner guide to help starters understand how a-ads works, instead of having to waste time going around trying to assemble pieces.

As I said I'm not a guru to the business (nor am I associated to a-ads), actually I'm a newbie but.. I decided to create that tutorial I had thought about anyways. Took me few hours of work but I finally published it on my blog - http://bitcoinz.altervista.org/blog/anonymous-ads-review/
I would appreciate if you could check it out and forward me any improvement that could be done to the article - feedback is always welcome

Hope I helped Smiley
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Thank for precious feedback and manual. There is a minor inaccuracy there:

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But paying Advertisers can also show interest in your Unit – in this case you will earn 50% of the fees collected from them.

You earn 50% from advertisers attracted by you, it doesn't depend on whether they advertise on your particular ad unit or not. Each ad unit is our affiliate, so if someone comes though your affiliate link (that is present in ad unit code) and creates an ad, you get 50% of fees collected from campaigns of that ad.
You're welcome and thanks for the clarification, I definitely chose the wrong wording there.
The article should be fixed and updated already.
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October 20, 2014, 08:13:45 AM
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This website is under heavy load

please fix it

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October 20, 2014, 08:45:20 AM
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This website is under heavy load

please fix it

Thanks for your message.

Someone generated too much traffic to our main site. I think it is fixed now.

Ad rotation not affected.

Update: hm, looks like there is still a problem with the main site. Working on it. done

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October 20, 2014, 01:04:15 PM
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We are having temporary SSL-related problems on our front end, working to fix it. Ad rotation is not affected. fixed

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October 22, 2014, 10:54:54 PM
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New feature: publishers can ban ads

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October 25, 2014, 10:22:23 AM
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Hmm, I don't see a way to see where you got traffic from.

There is Traffic Sources -> Exclude, but this list ins't sorted, so it's pretty much impossible to get useful information out of it.

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October 25, 2014, 10:45:30 AM
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It's weird, nobody used this feature so far. Either we do a good job moderating ads and publishers don't want to ban them, or they just didn't notice this feature.

Hmm, I don't see a way to see where you got traffic from.

There is Traffic Sources -> Exclude, but this list ins't sorted, so it's pretty much impossible to get useful information out of it.

Thanks for your feedback!

It is sorted by clicks so that you can ban ad units that generate too much useless traffic for your site.

Here are the current means for advertiser to get to know where his traffic comes from:

1. If you enable "Goal tracking" option in the "Info" tab of your campaign then you will get ID of traffic source with every visitor (so you can track on your side which traffic sources attract useful traffic).

2. In the advertiser's "Targeting" tab you can see the categories and quality range of ad units for your campaign. You can check catalog to check what's inside.

3. You can just visit any ad unit and see if your ad is there and what's the percentage of its traffic you get. E. g. here is the list of advertisers for ad unit #1: http://a-ads.com/ad_units/1/campaigns

If you have a specific use case/interface in mind, please describe it, we plan to improve it.

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November 07, 2014, 11:27:32 PM
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Deployed few new servers to better handle the load (~100M impressions from over 1.3M IPs served daily).

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November 09, 2014, 11:08:14 PM
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It is sorted by clicks so that you can ban ad units that generate too much useless traffic for your site.

It isn't. http://i.imgur.com/7uDvnWp.png

Looks kinda random.

Also, for freebitmoney.com statistics shows 181 impressions, while impressions column shows 921. Which is right?

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November 10, 2014, 09:42:58 AM
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It is sorted by clicks so that you can ban ad units that generate too much useless traffic for your site.

It isn't. http://i.imgur.com/7uDvnWp.png

Looks kinda random.

Also, for freebitmoney.com statistics shows 181 impressions, while impressions column shows 921. Which is right?

Thanks for your question.

If you hover column names, you'll notice that Clicks and Impressions columns show non-unique clicks and impressions, whereas Statistics columns shows charts for unique clicks and impressions.

Clicks/impressions columns represent amounts of clicks/impressions during a month, but the table is sorted by amount of clicks during a day (it allows to quickly identify and block main sources of recent load on your site).

We'll work to improve the interface, I've added the feature request about custom sorting to our issue tracker.

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November 17, 2014, 08:17:56 PM
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According to my data our ad delivery service is pretty reliable. But one of our publishers is complaining that our ads are often "down". Is there anybody else who is experiencing similar problems?

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November 18, 2014, 09:26:10 PM
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Creation of advertising campaign became easier.

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November 19, 2014, 08:11:08 AM
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The network cpm drops quickly. anything wrong?

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November 19, 2014, 08:32:47 AM
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The network cpm drops quickly. anything wrong?

Everything seems to be fine except deficit of paying advertisers.

Advertisers, this is a business opportunity for you, cheap traffic right now!

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November 25, 2014, 10:54:55 PM
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Our clicks stats from 21st to 25th of November are invalid: due to a recently introduced bug (that was fixed today) we didn't count clicks correctly during that period. Shouldn't be a serious problem since we are not pay-per-click service, but sorry for inconvenience.

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December 04, 2014, 04:30:15 AM
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This looks like a good service. Nice and unique implementation OP. I wish you success.

Look forward to promote and use your service.

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December 10, 2014, 02:41:24 PM
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Thanks.

Due to a bug we displayed errors instead of recently activated ads. The bug has already been fixed. We'll fund affected campaigns to compensate it. Sorry for inconvenience.

Update: deposited funds to affected campaigns https://blockchain.info/tx/1ffb4d8acf6c890f4854d5c1e3004eb3465cdc37f18e08ca0f15f739c6c84c6e

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December 12, 2014, 05:27:56 AM
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How do we login? What do we fill into Signature spot? o.O https://a-ads.com/profile/sign_in my Bitcoin address wont work ...Yes I created an ad unit.

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