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How many money can i ask to put a banner on my Sandwiches Blog ?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by link0038, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. link0038

    link0038 Newbie

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    Hi, first of all, sorry for my horrible english, i'm french :)

    I just start 3 weeks ago a blog on blogger for american's Sandwiches whith a "french touch"
    i have 1500 - 3000 visits a day ( the more stange is my blog is in french but 95 % of my visitors are americans! ( i put the translator tool) i hope ther will be much more soon ( i work for this)

    Since yesterday a american restaurant for sandwiches delivery ask me tu put a banner on my blog.
    I'm a noob, i have no idea how many money i can ask from him ?
    and how he can give me the money ? (paypal ? payza ?)

    If a BHm could help me, i will give his/her name to a recipe of Sandwich !

    Thank's a lot
    "Bonne Journée" from France
     
  2. TheRealRazzy

    TheRealRazzy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you're averaging 2250 uniques per day then you could sell an ad spot for an average price. But it's hard to determine exactly what you can sell it for since we don't know the website that is wanting to pay you for an ad. Now if you're getting an average of 67,500 uniques per month, then you could sell your ad spot for a decent amount. But I'm assuming that these aren't 30 day uniques.

    Don't go too high because you'll scare off the potential advertiser. Just remember that they need to profit or at least break even with your ad spot. So if you charge $100 a month for the ad spot, they should make at least $100 per month. Now a lot of people will say that breaking even might not be good. I'll buy an ad spot an monitor it for 3 months. If the ad spot shows multiple people are becoming recurring customers then it's definitely worth keeping.

    Think of how much the potential advertiser is profiting per meal/sandwich/etc. Then estimate what the CTR of your ad is. For a new ad spot I'll base the potential off of a 1% CTR and then 1% conversion rate. If I am still profiting with those metrics then I buy the ad right away.
     
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  3. Asif WILSON Khan

    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Premium Member

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    As the blog is new, ask for $10 per week and payable in advance, tell the guy you will run the banner for the month as trial and that if both parties are happy then you will continue but reserve the right to increase your charge after the 1st month.

    Also if you tell us which company is making the offer, we might be able to gauge what they may be willing to spend.
     
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