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Subject: RE: UKNM: Battleship JWT
From: Damian Jennings
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 10:37:58 +0100


Not sure if you're joking or not.

Either way, although I was willy-waving to a certain degree, I wanted to
let the list know that their is now an alternative to the usual methods
of online advertising.

You don't have to buy in '000s or '000,000s.

With bepaid.com you receive the most targeted medium available using
Memphis and Prizm.

You also only pay per person that actively agrees to watch your full
screen animated stereo Flash ad.

As the advertisers pay the consumers for their time spent watching the
ad, as the ad is targeted to the right people (using Prizm and Memphis)
we can produce unrivaled CTRs.

Our T&Cs currently offer no guarantees. But if you use common sense,
it's clear to see how we can produce such results.

We will be carrying out more test studies soon and commissioning market
research to gauge consumer reaction about banners vs. superstitials vs.

Soft launch this week, hard launch October.

Anyway, Ray, maybe we can use the Jobpilot campaign as a case study?



Damian Jennings
PR & Marketing Manager UK
bepaid.com - the future of online advertising

-----Original Message-----
From: Ray Taylor [mailto:
Sent: Thursday, June 29, 2000 9:27 AM
To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com
Subject: Re: UKNM: Battleship JWT

From: Damian Jennings <damian [dot] jenningsatbepaid [dot] com>

> Who'd be interested in 76% click-through?


Should we book any media with you I will expect to see the Ts&Cs include a
guaranteeed minimum CTR of 76% - or our (client's) money back.

Ray Taylor

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