3FN.Marketing (marketing.3fn.net) Launches CTR Survey

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3FN.marketing, a PPC affiliate program run by 3FN (http://www.3fn.net), a hosting brand known since 1999, announces the start of a survey which will monitor about 30 major sites to determine which advertising solutions have better CTR on sites of certain kinds.

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3FN.marketing (http://marketing.3fn.net) will monitor about 300 sites with total daily reach about 45mln visitors with the purpose of determining which advertising methods deliver better ROI and CTR. The survey will focus on comparing banner ads, text blocks and targeted ad links.

As Dean McToner, the 3FN.marketing spokesman, says, "We are going to monitor clickthrough values and the amount of commission generated for site owners, too. We hope to get the most realistic results possible, having agreed to monitor over 30 sites of various kinds. Our monitoring modules will track the clicks on banners, text links and ad blocks, and we will also evaluate the revenue these clicks generate."

This survey will help 3FN.marketing improve its product strategies and improve its traffic management and targeting solutions. The goal of the survey is finding out which online advertising solutions generate better revenue for advertisers and publishers, taking into account different site and traffic types.

3FN.marketing is a subdivision of 3FN, a popular hosting brand providing shared, collocation and dedicated hosting, as well as server and server management solutions since 1999. 3FN.marketing, a PPC affiliate program, offers a wide range of tools for webmasters seeking to monetize traffic from their sites. The list of program benefits includes generous bid shares up to 80%, advanced software solutions including the all new AdBlocks technology, weekly payments to a free ePassporte cards (other payment methods available) and more.

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