(PRWEB) January 24, 2006
The Centre for Progressive Conservatism today launched its innovative Coolservative Ad Network to leverage the combined traffic of conservative supporting websites and blogs across the internet in an ambitious attempt to raise one million pounds to help fight the next general election.
The Coolservative Ad Network, otherwise known as the “Million Donor Homepage”, aims to combine the success of Alex Tew’s Million Dollar Homepage, with successful syndicated content sites like SatireSearch.com to offer advertisers a combined exposure of pixel purchase and ad network to a focussed conservative target audience.
”Since David Cameron became leader of the Conservative Party in December and introduced a positive and forward-looking agenda that combines elements of liberalism and conservatism, the Tories have leapt to the top of the opinion polls, but every Conservative recognises that there is still an enormous amount of work to do to actually win the next general election.” Chad Noble, founder of the Centre for Progressive Conservatism said.
“There is a emerging but embryonic network of conservative supporting sites appearing on the internet, as it is once again becoming cool to be a conservative. The Coolservative Ad Network seeks to bring these sites together to offer advertisers focussed and cost-effective exposure to this market segment.”
The primary aim of the Coolservative Ad Network is to raise one million pounds to donate to the Conservative Party’s fighting fund for the next general election by offering a limited number of advertisers direct access to the growing conservative audience.
Like the now famous Million Dollar Homepage, the Coolservative Ad Network offers advertisers the chance to purchase pixel space on the Coolservative.com website, but crucially also rotates the ads on the growing list of conservative partner sites.
”Buy buying pixels on Coolservative, a strictly limited number of advertisers will gain access to an unlimited number of focussed page views, offering what we consider to be the cheapest and most focussed ad purchase online.
The number of partner sites will continue to grow, increasing the ad exposure for our advertisers for no additional cost, making each ad cheaper and more cost effective as time passes. With the time spent in ad rotation on our partner sites directly proportional to the number of pixels purchased, advertisers can maximize their own ad exposure with each pixel they buy.
The Coolservative ad network is only open for a limited number of advertisers. Once all the pixels have been sold, no new advertisers will be added, but the number of partner sites will continue to grow.” Noble continued.
To encourage new advertisers to sign up for the network, Coolservative has also introduced stepped pricing, increasing in cost per pixel as blocks of pixels are sold, ensuring that early adopters are rewarded for taking swift advantage of the ad network.
”Overall, Coolservative will show that beyond banner exchanges that play a valuable role in raising awareness of other conservative sites, conservative sites can actually work together in an innovative way to directly raise not just awareness, but valuable funds to help fight the next general election.
By offering advertisers an unlimited number of ad exposures in a highly focussed market, the combined traffic of the participating conservative sites can play a direct and vital role in helping to return the Conservative Party to government with David Cameron as the Prime Minister. It is cool to be a conservative again, but it will be even cooler to help this liberal/conservative fusion promoted by David Cameron to actually make it into government. Coolservative is an innovative effort, leveraging the power of the internet to help make this a reality.”