How GamesCampaign.com works for you
- An advertiser can choose to create a Targeted Ad Campaign, which will allow
them to create 1 ad, which will show on many websites at once.
The Run Of Network Ads feature is based on the Pay Per Click model.
The advertiser will create their ad, and they will also have the option to target
certain websites, based on things like, location, language, category and
keywords. They will then need to set the ad budgets, which includes the total
amount they want to spend, the maximum Cost Per Click they are willing to
spend, and also their daily budget.
Once their ad campaign has been created, they will be able to keep track of their
campaigns stats by visiting the Live Ad Stats page under the Advertiser
Features header in their account.
- When the advertiser buys an ad, on the order success page, their will be a
conversion code, which the advertiser can copy and then paste onto their very
own website. (This is optional) They may want to post it onto their very own
Order Success page. This means, if someone clicks their ad and then goes onto
to buy something on that advertisers website, the conversion code will be
activated and the advertiser will know that a sale was made from that ad that
they have just purchased.
- The Browse feature allows potential advertisers to search
for publishers websites to advertise on.
The advertiser can filter the results by ad type and ad length.
The advertiser can also select from different Games console or PC categories from the drop down menu.
Video Gamers remain the most sought after for advertising campaigns
- Video Gamers span the lucrative, high-spending, key 15 to 40 age group. The average age of a gamer lies between 25 and 35 depending on the region.
- Video Gamers are technophiles keen on gadgets, cell/mobile phones, MP3 players, television, flash games, casino games, film and general entertainment.
- Video Gamers are typically hard to reach outside of their game playing and web browsing.
- Video Games are typically into social media and social networks such as MySpace, FaceBook and Twitter as well as actively using forums and blogs.
Xbox, 360, Wii, PC, PS, PlayStation, PS2, PSP and the Games Companies' logos and publishing media are registered Trademarks of their respective owners. Games Campaign has no association with the Copyright holders and is an independent company offering a platform bringing together advertisers and website owners within the Video Gaming industry.