Re: [videoblogging] Rocketboom to Auction Advertising Time on Ebay?
- I'll bet that the Rocketboom downloads that week - March 6-10 - rise
significantly if not radically. By early March this is going to be on
the cover of Advertising Age and will be the biggest story in the
world of advertising. Whoever wins that bid is going to reap HUGE
benefit from the ancillary exposure. It will be a historical moment
in the history of media as well as advertising and marketing.
Taylor Barcroft http://www.blogger.com/profile/11159903
New Media Publisher, Editor, Video Journalist, Podcaster, Futurecaster
Santa Cruz CA, Beach of the Silicon Valley
On Jan 30, 2006, at 8:44 AM, andrew michael baron wrote:
> Here is the link, the auction is live now:
> On Jan 28, 2006, at 6:52 PM, andrew michael baron wrote:
>> The story you link to is the gist, but not quite right on some of the
>> detail but here is a better example:
>> This all happened a bit early, I'll send a link tomrrow night to the
>> actual e-bay ad itself.
>> On Jan 28, 2006, at 6:19 PM, James A. Donnelly wrote:
>>> Interesting concept....
- Sorry, Kunga... my point being that their reserve could be MUCH higher
than a measly $15,000.
--- In email@example.com, "Ms. Kitka" <mskitka@...> wrote:
> Actually, Kunga, if you take into account Andrew's post saying that
> they were looking at CPMs of $50-150/episode
> (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/videoblogging/message/32269), that
> would be approximately:
> $50 CPM x 200 (ie. 200 thousand viewers) = At least $10,000/episode
> $10,000/episode x 5 days = $50,000/week
> $50,000 x 52 weeks = $2,600,000/year
> Which means...
> $50-150 CPM = $2,600,000-7,800,000/year
> That's even more than what Jeff Jarvis from BuzzMachine.com quoted to
> the New York Times a couple of months ago. He originally mentioned
> that RB could sell ads for approximately $8,000/show and make a
> $2,000,000 annual salary.
> Of course, if RB wanted to do this full time they may need to hire a
> small ad production team to keep putting out innovative content. This
> won't be a problem if they are able to establish a steady paycheck.
> Heck, I know I'd quit my day job and live off peanuts to join a team
> like that...
> As always, wishing them luck in their future endeavors.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Kunga <kunga@> wrote:
> > According to the CBS interview last August, the space of a 15 second
> > ad is worth about $750,000 a year now @ 150,000 circulation. So
> > reserve should be about $15,000 for a week of 15 second or $30,000
> > for a week of 30 second ads, perhaps $60,000 for a one minute ad x
> > I imagine they will produce length according to how high the winning
> > bid is.
> > --
> > Taylor Barcroft http://www.blogger.com/profile/11159903
> > New Media Publisher, Editor, Video Journalist, Podcaster, Futurecaster
> > Santa Cruz CA, Beach of the Silicon Valley
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> > On Feb 2, 2006, at 10:17 AM, Pete Prodoehl wrote:
> > > Ms. Kitka wrote:
> > >> I don't know, Edmund, what ads would they show for your money
> > >> the REST of your birthday week? It's funny because my
> > >> the 13th and I was planning on being the first to place a bid to
> > >> advertise on Rocketboom (as a supportive gesture, of course,
> > >> that I wouldn't actually win by only bidding $1000), but now that
> > >> it's
> > >> up to $15,000.00, it's not a wise gamble for me anymore.
> > >
> > > The top bid right now is US $14,999.99 but it also says "Reserve
> > > not met"
> > >
> > > Andrew, I'm guessing you do not want to reveal the reserve price?
> > >
> > > Everyone else, care to guess what it is? ;)
> > >
> > >
> > > Pete
> > >
> > > --
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