Simplify the way you advertise and earn

Hashing ad space

Simplify the way you advertise and earn
We sell advertising space on our site
We pay members to watch the ads

Register for free here: http://hive.pe/ES

The action of watching ads on Hashing Ad Space creates new Asimi tokens.
This is called "minting" Asimi.
New Asimi tokens are minted every 24 hours and then distributed equally amongst all the ads minted in that 24-hour period.
When you watch the ads, you are minting new Asimi. These new Asimi tokens are yours to keep.         

A minter is an individual person who “Mints” Asimi tokens with their time and effort of watching ads on the Hashing Ad Space advertising network. You earn a “minting credit” by watching an advertisement for the full countdown timer of 7 seconds. A minters qualification level determines the minimum and maximum minting allowed within a 24-hour period.

 

Minters receive a newly minted Asimi tokens based on their ad views. The more ads you mint, the more you are rewarded.

 
Asimi is the utility token designed specifically to be minted on the Hashing Ad Space network. It is freely traded on the Waves DEX exchange where token holders can easily Buy, Sell or Trade Asimi for other Crypto and Fiat currencies, as well as use it to purchase products on our site. You can read about Asimi here.

 

 

Heiko Closhen, Entrepreneur

Sponsored Content vs. Native Advertising

Sponsored Content vs. Native Advertising

 
Art says – I always get curious when I see apparently reputable companies using terms that I'm not familiar with. The terms all related to writing(i.e. content creation), advertising, and business building. In digging into the subject (via the links within the article), I found the following article which I thought might be of interest to the members of the Markethive community that I'm a member of.

 
Markethive, by virtue of its unique blogging platform, community, and membership demographic, has the potential be be a 'player' in the activities associated with these terms. For the average business person however, I don't think they need to worry about the finer distinctions between these terms… until their business reaches a certain where their advertising function becomes more critical and well-funded.

Sponsored Content vs. Native Content

 
Ask a Content Guy: What's the Difference Between Sponsored...
As Contently's editor-in-chief, my job is to immerse myself in every intricacy of the content marketing industry. It'd be a waste for other people in the company to spend all day…
 
 
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Verizon Bought Yahoo for $4.83 Billion…Time You Bought a Share in Markethive

Verizon Bought Yahoo for $4.83 Billion…Time You Bought a Share in Markethive

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“The entrepreneur always searches for change, responds to it, and exploits it as an opportunity” ………Peter Drucker

Dollars make “Change” and this is why Verizon smelled the money and came a running resulting in the purchase of Yahoo for $4.83 billion dollars because Digital Advertising (Internet Advertising) generates billions of dollars for competing giants like Google and Facebook.  Nothing like owning a global Internet-Technology platform that swallows up its competition with large volumes of resources to continue the expansion into emerging global markets.  Yep, we see the emergence of a global oligarchy with corporations like Verizon, Facebook and Google, monopolizing online advertising and this is why we must act now to ensure our freedoms are not negotiated away by the pimps (corporations) and prostitutes (political leaders), who make the World’s Oldest Profession look positively saintly when comparing the gargantuan volumes of money exchanged that consummate today’s corporate business deals with government law makers (lol).  Nothing like having vigorous social intercourse between entities that essentially control the economy and the people.  Yes, Free Market Economics and Democracy at work and perfectly legal because, the lawmakers got their cut, I mean donation.

Anyway, back to Digital Advertising or Internet Advertising which is when “businesses leverage Internet technologies to deliver promotional advertising and messages delivered through emails blogs, video, banners, social media websites, social networks, market networks, affiliate programs, search engines and mobile devices”.  Indeed, multiple marketing methods with more eyeballs on products/services to maximize profits in a growing global market that reaches its audience in nanoseconds.  I guess, you can see why Verizon made its move and competitors (Facebook & Google) are about controlling and more importantly monetising content to the max.

So, dominance by these evolving Market-Networks (Facebook, Google & Verizon) continues and this is why you as an entrepreneur need to build your own Network by connecting with likeminded individuals and Social Networks like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Reddit and countless others that influenced the way we communicate and interact act with each other. 

So, ready to start the process and purchase a share in a growing Market-Network known as Markethive that gives you an unfair advantage as an entrepreneur?  

The Alpha Legacy Special includes the following, full profile page activation (turns subscribers into your customers), receive 200,000 ad credits every month (that can be used at any time), receive 3,000,000 ad credits deposited into your account (that can be used at any time), receive 50% commission for every sale of advertising, every paid Alpha signup that you personally introduce to Markethive (your children). This means your initial contribution will be recovered quickly in our affiliate program and you will always receive far more advertising benefits as well with this program.

 

5% Revenue Sharing: As an Alpha Legacy, Alpha Lite, Alpha Founder (all now known as Alpha Legacy) as revenue increases each member will receive 1 share per Alpha Legacy account of 5% of the Markethive revenue. No need for contracts as this has now become all inclusive.

Purchase as many as you want. But keep in mind this is a limited offer.

Alpha Legacy is limited to 250 subscriptions which is dwindling fast. The one-time price for this Alpha Legacy Special lifetime partnership has been slashed to $400. (It originally sold for $1200 over a year ago.)

This is our final push to take Markethive across the starting line. We will hold many meetings to help you understand why this could be the best decision of your life. Do you believe Markethive will be the next great social network? We do!

LinkedIn revenue and sales: 2015 ($2.9 billion).

If, you watched Rise of the Entrepreneur then, you would recognize that this company embraces change and adapts to the reality of the conditions of its customers so as to achieve a solution.  Ironically, many companies are resistant to making adjustments to satisfy their customers base.        

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What Does Advertising-Supported Revenue Model Mean?


What Does The Future of  the Ad-Supported
Revenue Model Mean to the Internet and Technology?

An advertising-supported revenue model is a business approach that emphasizes the sale of advertising as a major source of revenue. This structure is most prominent in traditional broadcast and print media, as well as online media. Media businesses generally earn revenue from advertising, customer subscriptions or a combination of the two.

Traditional Media

TV and radio shows, along with newspapers and magazines, generally serve to entertain or inform viewers or readers. TV and radio have traditionally been largely advertising-supported. While networks and TV stations do often earn revenue through subscriptions to satellite or cable television, much of their income is earned from advertisers trying to appeal to viewers. Similarly, magazines and newspapers charge subscription or purchase fees, but advertisers pay to place ads within these print media.

E-Commerce

The emergence of the Internet in the mid-1990s has affected the advertising-supported revenue model. Newspapers, for instance, have tried to adjust to increased demand for online content and limited growth in print publications. Thousands of media websites have been born online, which often offer free access to content for users. This attracts users and enables the publishes to sell banner ads and advertorial ad spaces. Traditional newspapers have offered free content as well, but many are trying to figure out how to combine ad revenue with subscription fees as of 2013.

Benefits

The benefit of an advertising-supported revenue model is that if you have an audience, you can almost always find companies that want to pay to reach it. This is especially true when you can provide specific details about the nature of your audience. When you operate with a 100 percent ad-supported model, you can more easily attract users with free content. Newspapers have long given away hundreds of copies to businesses and organizations in communities to drive up their circulation and readership, and subsequently, ad revenue potential.

Drawbacks

The major drawback of an entirely ad-supported revenue model is the inherent lack of diversification. Businesses generally prefer multiple revenue streams when possible. In a down economy, advertisers might back off their investments, which can more negatively affect a medium that has no subscription revenue. Plus, print publications, and even some websites, have high costs. Even a small subscription rate can help cover some of these costs. Local newspapers charging, say, 35 cents per issue can't use that to cover all production costs, but the fees do help offset costs and allow revenue to build.

Facebook Reports Soaring Revenue, Buoyed by Mobile Ads

On Wednesday, Mr. Zuckerberg’s social-networking company, Facebook, reported another quarter of soaring revenue. The company said sales in the fourth quarter rose 52 percent from a year ago, to $5.84 billion, while profit increased to $1.56 billion, more than doubling from $701 million a year ago. For the full year, the company reported $3.69 billion in profit on $17.93 billion in revenue, an increase of 44 percent from 2014.

The numbers far surpassed Wall Street’s fourth-quarter expectations of $1.2 billion in profit on $5.37 billion in revenue. Investors welcomed the performance by pushing up Facebook’s stock more than 12 percent in after-hours trading.

The results were largely a result of Facebook’s enormous success in selling advertising on mobile devices, a business that the company was not even in just a few years ago. Mobile ads made up 80 percent of the company’s total ad business in the fourth quarter, compared with 23 percent in the same quarter of 2012.

“We have a Super Bowl on mobile in the U.S. every single day,” Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook, said in an interview.

The results offer a bright spot in a tumultuous climate for many American technology stocks. Shares of Twitter, Facebook’s most visible social networking competitor in the United States, have tumbled more than 55 percent during the last year. Yelp, the local-review service, is down about 60 percent. LinkedIn, the professional social networking service, is off more than 15 percent.

Facebook is a much larger company than many of its peers, yet it is able to keep its growth rate high. The company has notched double-digit jumps in ad revenue and in the expansion of its user base. Facebook now has 1.59 billion monthly visitors, up 14 percent from a year ago. About 1.44 billion of those people visit the site on a mobile device; 1.04 billion visit Facebook every day.

That growth engine has given Facebook lots of room to play in different areas — like virtual reality, messaging and even building drones capable of delivering Internet service to far-flung places around the world — that seem to have little to do with Facebook’s core business of advertising.

Facebook is spending billions of dollars developing those projects, and Mr. Zuckerberg has repeatedly said the company has no plans to make money on them in the near term. In an earnings call with investors, David Wehner, Facebook’s chief financial officer, said the company projected that expenses would increase roughly 30 to 40 percent over the course of 2016 compared with last year.

One example of the spending is on Oculus, Facebook’s $2 billion bet on bringing virtual reality to the mainstream. The unit will begin selling its first headsets to consumers in March. Facebook has said it plans to sell the hardware, called the Rift, at a loss to help the technology catch on with a large audience.

“These are long-term bets, but we don’t think they’re particularly large bets relative to the size of Facebook,” said Ben Schachter, an Internet analyst at Macquarie Securities. “They’ve gone out of their way to say they’re not Google and going after health care, for instance.”

Other analysts said they also saw potential for profit in the hundreds of millions of people who regularly use Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, a messaging service also owned by Facebook.

They are also bullish on the potential for Instagram, the photo-sharing service that has more than 400 million regular monthly users, to become a significant source of revenue in the future. The company does not disclose what portion of revenue Instagram accounts for in Facebook’s overall sales. Ms. Sandberg said 98 of the top 100 advertisers on Facebook also advertised on Instagram in the last quarter.

As for Mr. Zuckerberg, he spent a portion of the investor call on Wednesday talking about his new role as a father to his daughter, Max.

“With a new addition to my family, I’ve been reflecting a lot on the legacy we want to pass on to the next generation,” he said, adding that he wanted Facebook to “continue to focus on solving the fundamental challenges facing the world, and bringing the world closer together.”

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