More NewsBanner-Co-Op.com Sets Drawing for a Million Impressions

Banner-Co-Op.com Sets Drawing for a Million Impressions

Walled Lake, MI-based banner ad exchange BannerCo-Op.com launched a promo campaignthat will award 1 million banner ad impressions to the winner of a drawing atthe site.

Walled Lake, MI-based banner ad exchange BannerCo-Op.com launched a promo campaign that will award 1 million banner ad impressions to the winner of a drawing at the site.

The BannerCo-op offers free membership and lets members earn a full one to one credit (instead of two to one). And as an added incentive, the company says, any time a visitor clicks on any paid ad appearing on your site, you get 10 cents.

“We needed something to draw attention. Even though our program is the hottest thing going, with all the clutter out there not everyone knows about it yet,” said Michael T. Glaspie, co-founder and director of BannerCo-Op Inc. “Now they will.”

Each month until the grand prize One Million Banner Drawing on July 1, 1999, the Co-Op has a mini-drawing for 25,000 banner ads. Details are available here.

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