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FAQs - Monetization

Last Updated: Aug 02, 2017 04:01PM CDT

Every publisher is different, which is why we have multiple plans to maximize your revenue. If you're a smaller publisher that uses mostly ad networks, we can bring the ad network to you, and share the profits. If you're a larger publisher, you can simply license our technology and make money on directly selling ad space, as well as selling sponsored SquareOffs to your partners.

No! If you have less than 100,000 page views per month, you can use SquareOffs totally free. If you have more, there will be a simple monthly fee to use the technology, with no advertisements attached.

If we’re bringing the network, you’ll be working with our own SquareOffs Click Network. This is an aggregate of our partner ad servers, along with any direct ad sales our team or your team sells. If you want to provide house ads to display in the SquareOffs, we can do that too!

Absolutely! If you want to provide house ads to display in the SquareOffs, we can do that, if you have direct selling partnerships, we can simply plug in those ad tags. If you’re on the sponsored plan, we’ll continue to do a revenue share on the ads. If you have the enterprise plan, we can plug in your ad tags and you’ll continue to see all the revenue!

CPMs are an objective number, depending on traffic and interaction. If you’re currently using an ad network, you’ll see similar CPMs with similar units, for example if you are serving 300x250 display ads on your article template, you will see similar CPMs on the 300x250 SquareOff. If you use wide groups and Polls Pages, you’ll see even higher CPMs with our larger, dynamic ad units. As long as you’re driving engaging traffic to a page, you’ll get the return you’re looking for.

SquareOffs supports display ads in the following sizes: 300x250 on the small article embed, 468x60 on the wide article embed, as well as responsive ads within Groups that start at a maximum size of 300x600 (right rail) and 728x90 (below). In addition, if using SquareOffs enterprise plan, you can use your own ads.

We can! If we’re bringing the network, you’ll be working with our own SquareOffs Click Network. This is an aggregate of our partner ad servers, along with any direct ad sales our team or your team sells. If you want to provide house ads to display in the SquareOffs, we can do that too! If you want to provide your own ad tags, or have direct selling partnerships, we can simply plug in those ad tags to our server. If you’re on the sponsored plan, we’ll continue to do a revenue share on the ads. If you have the enterprise plan, you keep all the dough!

You make a little money, we make a little money - we all win! When you use SquareOffs sponsored plan, we share the profits on advertising revenue generated directly from SquareOffs. We power a dashboard within your account, so you can see CPC, CPM, and total earnings. We pay out our partners via Dwolla at Net 45 terms.

No biggie! Our enterprise plan allows you to pay a simple licensing fee and use the technology however you see fit, and keep all of the advertising revenue you sell.

Absolutely! All we have to do is plug your ad tags into the SquareOffs Click Network and you’re good to go.

If using a sponsored SquareOffs plan, the Dashboard in Admin section displays your revenue by date.

Sponsored SquareOffs are SquareOffs that are specifically paid for and promoted by a brand.

Sponsored SquareOffs allows your brand to start a conversation around trending topics, such as a new product feature or offering. It is a great way to gain new fans and keep the old, by allowing people to share their voice with your company. In addition to valuable opinion data, you can collect in-depth demographics and more in order to make future campaign decisions.

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