More NewsValueClick Online Advertising Network Tops 10,000 Members

ValueClick Online Advertising Network Tops 10,000 Members

ValueClick said that its cost-per-clicknetwork of Web publishers has grown to 10,000 Web sites.

ValueClick said that its cost-per-click network of Web publishers has grown to 10,000 Web sites.

The company said it is serving seven million banners per day and has a growth rate, both in terms of network expansion and revenue growth, which has averaged 30 percent per month.

“The growth of the ValueClick network is tied to the trend of advertisers and publishers demanding results and returns on investment,” said Brian Coryat, founder and CEO of ValueClick. “Our cost-per-click model allows advertisers to run campaigns on a pay-for-results basis, and it provides a guaranteed revenue source for Web publishers.”

The network’s channels cover a variety of interests such as computers and technology, shopping, sports and recreation, women, arts and humanities, home and family, travel, health, finance, education and science, games and automotive.

Since November, the network has been offering Web publishers $0.12 per click- through up to $0.16 per click and more for higher volume sites.

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