We're currently working on a "Project Wonderful" inspired advertising project, called "Adimp".
Site owners can publish their ads on their website and earn money (like Google Adsense).
Advertisers then must bid a certain amount of money per day they want their ad to appear on said site.
This can lead to cheap advertising for advertisers, yet a sure income for the site owners (since you pay per day, not per click)
The main difference with Project Wonderful is our form of "segmentation".
On Project Wonderful you can only bid on American, Canadian, European or "other" traffic.
Adimp lets you bid per country, browser and operating system.
The project is still in a beta phase. It's not possible to add or withdraw funds yet.
Our goal is to gather beta testers who want to put an adspace up on their website.
This way we can work out the kinks with real-live data and go live within a few weeks with a modest offering of available adspaces.
Adimp will take about 14% of the biddings, but this is reduced to 7% for beta testers.
You can take a look at:http://www.adimp.net