Friday, March 31, 2006

PlaceMEANT---A New Form Of Internet Advertising--- A Better Way

Current methods of Internet advertising are inefficient, for both products and services. There is a better way, it’s called PlaceMEANT.

Advertisers are finding more ways to place their brand in all mediums, that is product placement. There is a huge opportunity that awaits advertisers.

It is product PlaceMEANT.

It completely changes the model of "pay-per-click".

After I found myself saying “wouldn’t it be great if I could” and “what they should do” so many times, I put together an idea and a business model that solves this.

PlaceMEANT capitalizes on this huge opportunity.

--No risk, or upfront investment for advertisers (could even be cash-free)
--Click fraud is virtually eliminated
--Traffic unlimited
--Capture the impulse with placement
--Solves one of the biggest obstacles for local advertising
--Eliminates a key component of search engine optimization
--Content providers work for you
--Easily implemented

Who should or could implement this application?

Google, Amazon, PayPal or Visionary Innovations

If you have the ability to implement advertising on the Internet, and are interested in a revolutionary idea, email me.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I keep thinking back to the Target logo on the building roof. With Google Earth (on the mobile phone?!) could you drill down (automatically?) to your current location (based on GPS/Wi-Fi?) and see what businesses are nearby? Just some pondering....

Anonymous said...

I keep thinking back to the Target logo on the building roof. With Google Earth (on the mobile phone?!) could you drill down (automatically?) to your current location (based on GPS/Wi-Fi?) and see what businesses are nearby? Just some pondering....

Scott Shaffer said...

PlaceMeant is a new type of ad for Internet advertising.

The "pay-per-click" concept is made efficient.

It also solves the problem advertisers have with RSS feeds.

Internet advertising is not efficient, there is a better way.

I'm pretty excited about it and hope it can get launched.