Monday, March 19, 2007

Advertlets Bahasa Malaysia taglines

Just thinking out loud, what do you think?

Majulah Bloggers Untuk Negara
Untuk Kebaikan Si Pengiklan dan Si Blogger
Pengiklan + Blogger = Wang + Gembira!
Cinta Blogging, Suka Blogging
Alang Alang Menulis Blog, Biar Sampai Menjana Wang

Sunday, March 18, 2007

Advertlets and Mispellings

The name for Advertlets, the asian blog advertising network is the combination of two words - Advertisements (adverts) and the "lets" suffix which denotes "smaller" or more compact - (like applets, couplets, piglets, etc). Which makes sense, considering we specialize in unintrusive (no need to be big!), intelligent advertisements.

Sometimes, people mispell Advertlets as: advertlest, adverlest, adverlets, advertles, advertlet, adverlet, or aardvark.

Google asks whether you mean "advert let's" when you search for "Advertlets". Hence, it's kind of cool. Yes, let's Advertise :)

Monday, March 5, 2007

Advertlets - Asia's Better Blog Advertising Network

Advertisers make their message count.
Bloggers make money doing what they love.
It all makes sense on
Asia's Better Blog Advertising Network

Advertlets™ is an Asian blog/weblog advertising network that offers the remarkably sensible proposition of targeted, unintrusive advertising that benefits the online advertising and blogger community, as well as their readers.

Bloggers get better advertising that is relevant to their readers, and advertisers make their advertising dollars and their message count.

Through a system that allows the collection of real-time demographics, and even allows the bloggers to make their own custom polls, we are different from anything out there, at least until our competitors start copying us.

And for site visitors: Web 2.0 convenience ensures that visitors don't have to leave the blog currently viewed to take any poll. Our blog widget allows for multiple polls questions within a limited space - no long load times or reloading needed.

And with functions to rotate the ads being shown (ever saw an ad you wanted to click, but it refreshed and disappeared before you could click it?) , as well as the ability to voice opinions on ads (tell the advertiser what you like - and what you don't), users have control over their online blog advertising experience that wasn't possible before.

Did we mention, the system looks really good too? If you like our logo, you'll love our system. All will be revealed very soon.™ - Putting the 'bling' in 'blogging'.