Showing posts from February, 2022

AdFreeway Social - Pointers

  Over the past few weeks we've been excited to work with the first approved users. Every day they enthusiastically uploaded content, voted regularly and increased their individual earnings. We learned some important things from this first group and applied our learning. We have now opened it to all registered users.  AdFreeway Social is supported by advertisers and agencies whose ad campaigns benefit from the important data our Social users generate. With increased advertiser support comes our ability to payout more rewards. There are several ways AdFreeway users earn including; voting, uploading, votes received on uploaded content and performance-rewards from data applied to ads. There are a few key rules for AdFreeway Social worth noting; 1. Vote once earn once. Earnings per vote rises of falls based on a users uploads to votes ratio. To maximize earnings a user must keep uploading. 2. Upload once, earn many times. Rewards for votes received on each upload can vary considerably.

Advertising - The Gift That Keeps Giving

Adfreeway has simplified cookiless user clustering and reduced overly invasive practises to collect large amounts of data at great expense to user privacy. This reflects the double edged benefit of AdFreeway's effective approach, which is best summed up by the comment  Carlos Alija at MullenLowe US made after  the recent Australian Open Tennis mens championship final.  The quest for data to predict your every next move and the competition to get it right, just in time is overwhelming, yet the output continues to fail us. Alternatively the speed at which a willing participant can inform content (advertising) distribution is faster and more accurate. This is why AdFreeway innovated its user-driven platform to address advertisings first problem, finding the advertisers audience and growing it.  AdFreeway's platform delivers on two essential requirements, user opinions that produce advertising identifiers at a speed beyond predictive computations. When we first discovered this, we