marketers

Pay Per Lead (PPL)

Definition: PPL refers to an online advertising payment paradigm through which payment relies singularly on qualifying leads. Information: A pay per lead contract refers to the marketer only paying for leads produced at the designated site. He does not ...

Pay Per Scale (PPS)

Definition: Pay per sale refers to the online marketing payment paradigm based only on qualifying sales. Information: In a pay per sale contract, the marketer pays for the sales produced through a designated site based on a ...

Media Kit

Definition: To assist potential customers in analyzing marketing options, Media Kit is a resource built by a marketer. Information: Data regarding ad sizes/formats, rates, targeting options, case studies, audience profiles, contact information, and other things that assist ...

Interstitial Ads

Definition: The advertisement that shows up when browsing between two pages. Information: A pop-up ad is the most encountered form of interstitials. A more intrusive full-page ad is becoming famous which prevents the viewer from looking at ...

Run of Network (RON)

Definition Ad buying feature in which ad placements might be shown on any page on a website within an ad network. Information Marketers in run-of-network marketing often do not demand ad placements because they are seeking lower ...

Run of Site (ROS)

Definition Ad placements might be shown on any of the pages of a specific website in this ad buying option. Information Marketers often do not demand a preferred place for ads because they are looking for lower ...