Casper, WY, (PRWEB) October 16, 2008 -
Paradise Publishers Inc. announced they have accepted an invitation from Adobe and Yahoo to participate in their 'Ads for PDF' beta program, allowing Paradise Publishers to monetize the thousands of PDF ebooks the company provides free of charge through their marquee website http://www.Free-eBooks.net.
On average 8,143 electronic books (ebooks) are downloaded from Free-eBooks.net per day by members seeking to read about various topics ranging from fiction to health to business to drama and more. Currently these ebooks are offered in various formats with the bulk of them being available in the PDF only format.
While advertising is present on the website itself, up until now the company did not have an an effective way to implement advertising to their vast collection of ebooks; which is where users spend the most time. While the 'Ads for PDF' program being developed by Adobe Systems Incorporated (NSADAQ: ADBE) in conjunction with Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ: YHOO) is still in beta, "it represents an important opportunity for Paradise Publishers to create a new revenue channel out of existing inventory" says company CEO, Nicolas Gremion.
The current program does have some setbacks, most notably that the ads are only served when users are viewing PDF's in Adobe Reader version 8.1 or higher usually pre-installed on later computer models. Free-eBooks.net members are urged to upgrade to the Adobe 9 Reader free of charge directly on the website itself. Furthermore, "Adobe is encouraging us to provide feedback…" adds Mr Gremion, "...and as this program could have a profound affect on our bottom line over the long term, we will be there to provide plenty of it".
About the company: Paradise Publishers Inc (http://www.ParadisePublishers.com) is an online content publisher giving people the means to share their message throughout the globe. Our showcase properties currently include Free-eBooks.net (http://www.Free-eBooks.net ) which provides thousands of ebooks free of charge to its 401,143 members. Paradise has several projects currently in development that aim to redefine publishing using the power of social media.