Thursday, June 4, 2009

Allocation of Nuffnang Advertisements

What is the allocation of Nuffnang ads on your blog? How does the advertisement allocation work?

i serve nuffnang badge button

Here's how. Brief explanation by Nuffnang crew - Robb.


Allocations for Nuffnang ads are counted based on the number of impressions or clicks the advertiser purchase divided by the number of days the advertiser intends to run the campaign. Take for an example, an advertiser purchases 700 ad impressions on your blog for a week's period. That means, it will be divided into 7 days and each day the ad will only be served to the first 100 visitors to your blog.

As each day begins anew at 12.00am, the ads will start showing from that time till the allocation of 100 impressions are used up for that day. That's why at times, ads don't show anymore once it reaches the late evening due to the fact that the impressions purchased for the day has all been used up.

If anyone doesn't understand anything, it's totally fine. You are free to ask Nuffnang about their services and they'll be glad to assist with their helpdesk system. :)


P/S: Thanks to Robb for the explanation and clarification.

P/S: I Love Nuffnang has been changed to Simple Blogger Tips to accommodate more tricks and tips for Blogspot bloggers - no longer limited to the world of Nuffnang!

Stay tuned for more tips and tricks!

10 comments:

Admin said...

gud info

Tian Chad @ 永遇乐 said...

Thanks for sharing!

a@ron said...

Comprehensive explanation by Robb. Thanks!

Ewin Ee said...

ah. now i know!

goingkookies said...

good explanation. simple and concise =)

i wondered what happened to "i love nuffnang"..

oktant said...

Now I understood how it works. Many thanks for this explanation too. :)

Simon Seow said...

Oh. Then it means I'm not selling enough impression lah lol.

Ville Nor ism said...

Very informative !!! Thanks

http://www.polychromespen.blogspot.com

Esther said...

interesting...

Dragon City said...

Good explanation. Thanks alot!!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Follow Me on Twitter