Frequently Asked Questions:
1 - Getting Started
One sure fired way is to offer FREE ads for a week from scanned in Business Cards to get your system filled. After that FREE week it becomes a numbers game until you get the number of clients you need for great income monthly.
2 - Set Up
The Ad Server will remember the last Ads in the system but will not update expired and new ads until the Internet come back.
The Ad Server PC communicates over the Internet so you can control your ads from home or anyplace in the world.
We think TV's are better to use than monitors for and size availability. Just make sure that the TV you buy as a display is not a Plasma and has a PC or RGB connection. You will also need to get a monitor cable to connect your Ad Server with.
3 - Ad Creation
Adding one of these codes to your ads will allow a person to scan the screen to have interaction with the ads. Some great applications you can use it for, but not limited to are below:
- SMS Text Messages
- Website Links
- YouTube Videos
- PDF and other file downloads
- Google Map links
- Social Media Profiles
- App Downloads
- Dropbox links
- Skype Calls
- Email Links
- WIFI logins
- PayPal Payment buttons
- Feedback Forms
There really is no best software but we use Photo Impact which cost $29. You can also Paint that comes free with windows.
You make your own ads if the clients does not supply it for you. We suggest you charge a small fee if the client needs an add created.
The Left side of the screen uses jpg images at 960 x 615 in pixels and any other size will be stretched or reduced to fit. The right side uses gif files only at 320 x 615 and can be animated.
Original information found at: http://converg.com/more-advertisers-turning-to-internet/
More Advertisers Turning To Internet
… and relying less on print.
The majority (92%) of advertisers are using Internet advertising in their media campaigns followed by print advertising at 88 percent, according to a new LinkedIn Research Network/Harris Poll.
At the same time, less than half are using radio advertising (46%), television advertising (46%) and mobile advertising (39%). The Harris Poll found there is a regional difference as advertisers in the South are more likely to use radio advertising (57%) and television advertising (56%) while those in the West are least likely to use both (39% each).
Among those advertisers who are using each of these types of media, there is a difference in the level of usage since last year. Three-quarters of those who use Internet advertising (74%) say they are incorporating it more often while 69 percent of those who use mobile advertising are using it more often compared to a year ago. Unsurprisingly, the largest drop is with print advertising as half (49%) of those who use it are using it less often compared to a year ago while 41 percent are using it the same amount.
Of those who use Internet advertising just 14 percent say they use it in a standalone campaign, while 54 percent say the use it in an integrated campaign with other media and 33 percent use Internet advertising in both types of campaigns equally.
Four out of five advertisers who use Internet advertising use it as a branding device (79%) and two- thirds use it to drive information gathering for an offline transaction (65%). Slightly less than three in five advertisers (58%) use Internet advertising to drive online transactions while 57 percent say the use it to promote community around their brand.
Internet users find many aspects of online advertising very annoying. The majority (80%) say they find ads that expand on the page and cover the content very frustrating while 79 percent say ads where they can’t find the close or skip button are very frustrating.
Three-quarters of consumers (76%) find Internet ads that automatically pop up very frustrating while two-thirds (66%) say ads that open if they are “moused over” are very frustrating. Three in five consumers find both animated ads that automatically start playing and ads that play music and/or have loud soundtracks to be very frustrating (60% for both).
“Although the trend among advertisers is clearly towards the Internet, advertisers have to walk a fine line,” the study concludes.
At least three in five consumers are very frustrated with six of the main Internet advertising characteristics, and there is the potential to see a backlash forming. To be successful, those that advertise on the Internet will need to come up with more engaging ways to connect with consumers. This is where Converg Media comes in, we bring the convergance of different media type into your advertising campaigns.
The Client side of the screen on the left can handle 1000 ads but we recomend 200 or less for the best performance for your customers. The Sponsor side on the right can handle 50 max.
A to Z uses the Lenovo Q-150 as a 1st choice but any Windows based PC will work.
The Ad Server is the small PC used to control your digital display. You can use your own PC or buy one from us pre-programmed and ready to go.
$1,000 to $5,000 a month is normal from one system in a good location.
Realistic earnings from a standard location would be $1,500 a month and higher keeping your ad prices low like $25 to $100 a month. The system can hold 1000 ads but 50 to 100 ads would be better for your clients and you to manage.
Also selling the right side to a sponsor or more than one sponsor will increase your income also.
The location is the key to large income from 1 system. If that location is very popular you can really make some great money from one system.