Yesterday during my radio show in the webmasterradio chat room Adbrite Kevin Messaged me that they are testing video ads.

Here is the link

Looks interesting.

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9 thoughts on “Adbrite To Start Doing Video Ads”
  1. That does look interesting.

    I wonder what the video upload process is like, and whether this is being targeted at people who have the occasional video to post, or also to sites aiming to have a whole bunch of user uploaded video content?


  2. I tried Adbrite for a while and have had absolutely no success with them – same with Adster = am in the process of removing them from all of my pages 🙁 Adsense is picking up nicely and between them and Amazon commissions for big ticket A/V gear am starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel 🙂 “The snowball is getting bigger” 😀

  3. Well i think its a very good idea. So many people are posting videos now that something like this could make them alot of cash!

  4. I’m very happy that an ad company is finally doing this. It’s been needed for a long time…

    But I’ll bet there are going to be a LOT of people ripping hundreds of YouTube videos, plastering their logo on them, and putting their ads at the end. That will cause some copyright problems, no?

    If used correctly though, these could be very helpful. I wonder how many advertisers will participate and what the typical rate will be?

  5. […] Shoemoney broke out a news that Adbrite is testing its new video advertising service called InVideo. The idea is to attract video bloggers and help them gain some revenues out of their videos. Usually Video Bloggers use YouTube, Google Video or any other video hosting site to host their video and then embed it on their blogs, InVideo will not host your videos, but it will give you the flash video player, which shows ads in it. […]

  6. […] I’ve been checking out this new video advertising service from Adbrite that Shoemoney blogged about last night. Basically it is a video hosting service that offers a customizable video player that you can brand with your own logo. The player also comes with non-intrusive ads; if the user hovers over a little text link in the top left corner there’s a small ad that drops down, split screen style, on top of the video. […]

  7. […] AdBrite is now testing video ads. I first heard this from Shoemoney who mentioned it and so far I think this is a great move by AdBrite. […]

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