Hyperbidder Exceeds 5 Billion Page Views Milestone
Hyperbidder reaches another milestone by exceeding 5 billion page views per month for its combined publishers in its Ad Network
Porterville, CA (PRWEB) September 4, 2006 -- Hyperbidder, Inc., an Advertising Exchange Portal, and one of the leading Ad Networks on the Internet, today announced that it achieved another milestone by reaching the 5 Billion combined publishers page views per month with its publishers in its Ad Network.
Hyperbidder founder, and CEO Galip Talegon believes the reason to why Hyperbidder has a good traction with Publishers is due to its unique technology. Galip Talegon says “Hyperbidder constantly attracts new Publishers because just like Google, Hyperbidder also is able to pay higher eCPMs to its Publishers on the long run”. With Hyperbidder, advertisers are allowed to enter a bid for CPM, and also for CPC, which in return means higher eCPMs for the Publishers. Hyperbidder first reached the 1 Billion combined publishers monthly page views in December of 2005 in just six months. This year, more impressively, Hyperbidder was able to go from 1 Billion to 5 Billion monthly page views in only seven months as it reached the 5 Billion mark in the month of July. Hyperbidder has already reached its year-end goal of 4 Billion combined page views back in May of this year. “With this remarkable growth, I believe Hyperbidder will start making a big name for itself soon among our ever growing Internet Advertising industry” says Galip Talegon. He also adds, “There is so much more demand for the Internet Advertising on the foreign countries nowadays, it is a global market now, and it continues to grow.”
Hyperbidder empowers the advertisers by letting them determine how much they should pay for an ad space on a specific web site. Ad sellers post their available ad space on Hyperbidder where advertisers find and place a bid to receive placement for their ad media, usually a banner or a button advertisement. Hyperbidder differs when it comes to all known auction sites, such as Ebay, as with Hyperbidder, not just the highest bidder, but also all bidders win when it comes to advertising. Advertisers bid on ad campaigns to receive the higher percentages on the ad rotation to a specific ad campaign. The higher the bid amount, the higher percentage the advertiser’s ad is displayed on the publisher’s (ad seller’s) web site. This way, advertisers determine a specific web site’s real ad value. With Hyperbidder, all available ad space on a given site can be posted for bidding. http://www.hyperbidder.com.
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