Pixel advertising market is already saturated, the hype is falling, and although pixel-selling websites are everywhere they are not receiving enough clicks let alone making sales. If you see those pixel pages you'll agree with me that they look extremely pathetic. If you are lucky enough to find one of those pages with traffic statistics, you'll notice how poor their traffic is, scattered visitors, less than 5 seconds visit length, very low returning visitors, etc. There is a website tough, which may be recognized as "new system", their idea is unique but also incorporates effective elements from other successful websites.
Shoot 4 First Place. The name suggests gaming, and although the website is not game related, you may wish to try a shoot for the first place for good, maybe you can manage to stay at the top for more than a few days. Visitors are going to see who the first place is, to see, who paid the most to be at the top. It makes sense to try to be at the top, since the 10 top places are the most successful click-thru generators.
"Although my own website is still under construction, more than 100 weekly visitors are coming from shoot4firstplace.com, it's impressive!" said Michael, web designer and programmer from Alienware Corp.
A friend of mine who introduced me to this system said "Any time you can pay a onetime fee and get your ad on the web for life, it's a good deal".
Yes, they promise to keep your ad for a lifetime and the price is the lowest I have ever found on the internet, a mere 5 cents over one dollar. Thinking its enough value for the money right? Wrong! They also manually classify your ads and put it up in a categorized directory, that way customers can browse the directory to more quickly find the information they want.
Ariel de Llano, 32, of Miami, FL who launched http://www.shoot4firstplace.com and is the author of this idea.
"It was a late night of December last year when I first saw the million dollar homepage website and I realized I can do something better, half hour later shoot4firstplace.com was born" said Ariel.
If his site succeeds, he should reach the $1 million mark when he sells around 6000 links.
All this explosion of pixel/links advertising is due in part to the original pixel-selling idea authored by Alex Tew, 21, of Cricklade, Wiltshire, who is going to Nottingham University since October to study business management.