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Friday, 27 April 2007
Geesee

I’ve been sent an invitation to blog on Geesee Blog by someone through my email. How do you pronouse Geesee anyway? Like ‘Geese’? or ‘Gee See’? No idea. I glance through the blog and found out that LiewCF and Kumiko both were visitors to the blog. You can take a look at a snapshot of the MyBlogLog widget:

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Anyway, Geesee’s requirements are mighty high. They want

1. Website or blog
2. Your website or blog must have at least 1000 unique visitors a day


1000 unique visitors? That’s a lot! So how does Geesee work? You’ll need to put the Geesee chat box inside your website. The chat box will display 2 ads per minute. So here’s a capture on their revenue earning program:

How much do I earn?

1. For every 1000 ad views you receive some amount of money called eCPM. It can range from $0.20 - $1.00.

2. eCPM is changing every day and we’ll use a monthly average to count your revenue.

3. Your monthly revenue is your number of ad views * eCPM.

4. You’ll see your ad views statistics in your Geesee Ad Server account, which we create for you when you apply for the program.

5. An Example

If you have lets say 1.000 unique visitors to your site a day and each is chatting 5 minutes. You get 1000 * 5 * 2 (2 ads per minute) = 10.000 ad views per day. That translates to 300.000 ad views per month. With the eCPM $0.20 you’ve earned 300.000 / 1000 * $0.20 = $60.

This revenue can multiply by many ways. If your visitors chat in average 10 minutes instead of 5 for example, you earn $120.

Clear? Actually I have no idea what are they talking about. But the truth is you won’t have 1000 unique visitors chatting for 5 minutes each on your website. That’s near impossible. Maybe 10 percent will do that and thus each month you’ll earn $6 from Geesee. Of course, Geesee will bank in the money each time it hits $30 via PayPal.

Want to try Geesee? Good luck to you.

Cheers!

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