NegBox: Now Rated “R” for Really Good Rumps
Not really, but if it works for fake review sites, might as well work for me.
From now, all posts will get a randomly-selected (via a really simple script) girl attached on creation from a pool of a little over 11,000 images. The images all come from Met-Art’s webmaster promotional materials (so there will be no donkeys crapping on transsexuals, sorry) and link to Met-Art using my affiliate code pointed at the “low price” offer – I signed up to the CCBill and this site’s referral program. Nice. Interesting to see that I could pick from two different price points for the people I send them. I really don’t expect much, but hey – its experience.
The remarkable bit that I just hinted at is that if you used this link, when you get to the signup page, you end up paying $29 a month for the length of your subscription. If you follow this other link, you pay $19… Then if you followed this one you’d pay $9 for the first 15 days, then the standard $29 a month. This means I could fine-tune depending on traffic source – brilliant!
The “Price” is one of the infamous “P”s of Marketing – which are anywhere between four “P”s and fifty-seven trillion “P”s, depending on who you ask or what book you grab. The first time I learned the “P”s there were five… Then when I took classes on Services Marketing with Sultan Kermally it was seven Ps… Anyway… I’ve yet to see this idea at a network level, though. It would be very interesting if a (small) network had variable marketer-selected pricing – The offer would have a minimum, no set maximum and somewhere on your link you’d be sending in the price – which would get picked up by the offer as well as the network upon checkout. Any model other than one where the price can vary by target is most likely leaving money on the table.