RadAd – In Game Advertising
October 5, 2008
About a month after GameGlyph made its promising debut it appears to have been forgotten or abandoned by its creators. However a new service that claims to make selling in-game advertising for GameMaker easy has now come along, RadAd.
RadAd is a project led by Josh Conley which displays a 5 second advert at the start of games using their system, paying developers on a per click basis. If this takes off I see the start of mass GMC click-fraud…
Payments are made via PayPal and all games have to be approved before they can use the system in their games.
4 Replies to “RadAd – In Game Advertising”
Am I the only one who thinks their website looks really unprofessional/unpolished?
Hello! Hehe nice to see this here. I had this idea a long time ago, and I can garrenty there there is no fraud. I have to agree though we need more advertisers but we just released the system.
Both of these services are basically in need of advertisers… and if there is even the slightest chance that click fraud is possible, nobody would want to advertise. 😉
I agree with Sean. But the advertisers most likely wouldn’t be advertising games, probably there website or even large company’s. But I do doubt it.