Skyscrpr: ads for bloggers just got easier!

If you are a blogger and would like to gain profit from it, Skyscrpr is definitely for you!

Bloggers know that selling ads is not always an easy process, since they are used in focusing on writing, rather than marketing. If you are a business owner and planning out marketing strategy then first I recommend to check out comparing decals and window films. Skyscrpr was created to make your lives easier, since it is a dashboard that manages the ads on your blog, helping you get in contact with advertisers.

It allows you to create a new ad inventory in just a few seconds, with an easy drag and drop interface for your blog.

You will be able to overview the ad sales through a real-time visual dashboard.

Advertisers will be able to purchase ads for your site through automated media kits.

What’s more important, is that it doesn’t matter whether you are an amateur or a professional blogger, since Skyscrpr still manages your ads and provides you with stats for each ad.

Skyscrpr is compatible with WordPress, Tumblr, Squarespace, Blogger and it seems very easy to use. In addition, it helps bloggers in the whole process of the ad, from placing it to your blog, until the payment by the advertiser.

If you are interested then, just visist and try it. It’s free and as we can guess, it’s going to be the future of ad sales in blogging!

Blogger sentenced for Guns N’ Roses leak

Piracy really is a crime.

That’s what this blogger from LA learned the hard way after posting new songs from Guns N’ Roses on his site five months before the CD came out last November. The songs were part of the band’s first new album after 17 years.

Kevin Cogill’s sentence, which came out yesterday (Tuesday), was two months of home confinement. He also received one year’s probation and is obliged to appear in an anti-piracy commercial.

According to a Reuters report, Cogill pleaded guilty last December to a single misdemeanor count of violating federal copyright laws. He also agreed to help the authorities identify the original source of the leak.

The nine tracks from the Guns N’ Roses album Chinese Democracy were posted in Cogill’s Web site The tracks became very widely circulated which pre-empted the much-awaited album.

The public-service announcement is expected to air during the Grammy Awards on January 31. It will be for the Recording Industry Association of America, the trade group for the major U.S. music labels

Well at least he escaped the usual sentence of a $100,000 fine, a maximum of one year in federal prison, and five years’ probation. His cooperation, the fact that he posted the tracks for a short time, and not for profit, helped him in this narrow escape (whew!)  😉


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