Monday, October 6, 2008

Project Wonderful

I've recently started using Project Wonderful for my advertising needs so if you've happened by before and you're now seeing ads where there used to be empty spaces then that's why!

Here's the scoop: I'm currently trying to ramp up my advertising for my pet project, my shop so that I can continue to make it grow and flourish and blossom into the beautiful, majestic flower that I know it can be. (*cough--cheesy*) In order to do this I've decided to participate in Project Wonderful by placing these ad spaces on my site and whatever pennies I pull in will be thrown back into the pot so that I can advertise my own shop on other people's sites. There's a little bit of give and take here and it seems really nice so far.
I've been seeking an advertising option that's completely self sustaining since I don't have a whole lot of money to invest back into my business at this point and this seems ideal.

With Project Wonderful I've made enough to launch a small ad campaign so I'm quite happy with the results so far!

As a small and completely unexpected side effect of using Project Wonderful I've been exposed to some webcomics and other sites that I probably wouldn't have found otherwise and since I'm a netjunkie I've been enjoying having the cool sites come straight to where I roost! Don't worry, I won't get too lazy because I'm still obsessively crawling the web to find a lot of other fun, geeky, crafty, arty, design goodies to share (because you know I love sharing).

I have to admit that if the content of the advertisers' sites was 90% junk, I would probably wipe the ads from the site and explore other options but at this point I'm seeing some pretty quality stuff and that's quite reassuring!

Would I recommend Project Wonderful to others who want to promote their sites and pet projects? Absolutely! It's actually been a lot of fun for me and those with an adventurous advertising spirit might just fall in love with it too!

(I hate making posts that are text only so I'm including the awesome photo below that was taken by Wade Griffith. I'm kind of in love with it and you can buy prints of it here!)


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