ContextWeb Introduces ADSDAQ

We know that there are stock exchanges like KLSE and NASDAQ. It’s a typical market-centric approach to trading, and quite frankly it works. Supply and demand controls the prices of shares and the performance of industries in general.

Ever wondered what could be achieved when you apply a similar model in online advertising? Well, wonder no more! ContextWeb has launched ADSDAQ in early May and it will go into beta soon.

The aim of ADSDAQ is to be the first true online advertising exchange. Frankly, I’m excited at the prospect of such an exchange. It takes the nice things about a capitalistic model and applying it into what’s becoming the major contributor of the Internet’s GDP. A major innovation that ADSDAQ’s introducing is the setting of firm “Bid” and “Ask” prices. In fact, this is one of the things that motivates me to actually sign up to be considered as a beta tester.

Love it or hate it, advertising, especially online advertising is an industry worth billions and will be here to stay. So why not profit from it? I foresee ADSDAQ to be a significant player in this industry.

As mentioned earlier, I haved already signed up to be a potential publisher in ADSDAQ. If you’re interested in having additional online revenue, I’m suggesting that you do the same. Hopefully I and a couple of HTNet’s readers will be invited to join.

Only one response to “ContextWeb Introduces ADSDAQ” so far.

  1. papajoneh Says:

    OK… so this is the one. I’m looking into it then 😀