DVT Technologies Creates “Ground Breaking” Social Media Video Advertising Platform

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DVT Technologies, introduces a “Revolutionary Game Changer” in the video advertising world of social media. DVT’s application of its proprietary technology is to advertise products or businesses on You Tube by adding a brief advertisement to the beginning of popular You Tube videos. After testing their software for 4 years on products from its private advertising clients and creating more than 2 million views every day for these same clients, it has now decided to offer this technology to business in general.

DVT Technologies of Tampa, FL, an online advertising innovator, has launched a beta video advertising program where customers can have a 7-10 second ad placed in front of highly viewed You Tube videos in the public domain. After 4 years of intense product development and testing, DVT has created the opportunity for the client’s products to be highly visibly advertised on the front end of extremely popular You Tube videos. For those who have had the initial privilege of participating in this beta program, it has created huge returns on their advertising investment dollar. DVT offers the example of "what if your ad had been placed in front of the Susan Boyle video less than a year ago which had over 88 million views?"

Now DVT is introducing this very technology into the general business marketplace. In its beta testing, DVT sold over 4,000,000 ring tones using this precise video advertising technology and made the advertiser millions of dollars in profit. They insist that with You Tube video views now exceeding 1 billion per day, a tremendous opportunity is presented for business owner’s to showcase their products. Their technology can be used for virtually any business looking to advertise.

DVT says that not only can their technology bring the advertiser’s business in front of extremely targeted customers, it can be done so in a very cost effective manner. Using their platform, they provide the advertiser with targeted customer views for less than 1 cent per view. They talk about “Only a Penny Per Ad - Per Day” even if the ad receives a million views a day, it is only a penny. This is NOT a pay-per-click program and ad views don't cost extra. No matter how many times the ad is seen, it only costs a penny per ad, per day in their wholesale advertising program. With their affinity based advertisements, DVT is offering a 90 day guarantee and a minimum of 20,000 views. However, advertisers in this program have received closer to 50,000 views over the same time period. At wholesale, this represents less than 1penny per targeted viewer.

While ad revenue in traditional media outlets such as TV have declined 12% in in the past year, Forrester Research forecasts that social media advertising spend will increase 432 % by the year 2014. It has equally been noted that there are currently 24 hours of new video uploads every single minute on You Tube. The demographics for You Tube indicate that there are as many viewers on You Tube that are over 55 as there are under 18 years of age with the medium household income of $74,000 for their viewers. All these trends create a prime environment for this ground breaking technology.

To bring this technology to the marketplace in a massive way requires a significant sales force. To entice entrepreneurs to market their technology, DVT Technologies has created a highly effective and lucrative affiliate program intended to draw major "movers and shakers" in the marketing world to become part of their online sales force. They insist that their business marketing program will create life changing incomes for those marketers who become early promoters of their technology. Affiliates are already seeing dramatic returns on their marketing efforts using DVT's own technology to market the program itself.

To learn more about the DVT proprietary technology or the marketing program for affiliates, call 1-866-768-0591 or go to http://www.YouTubeAdvertisements.info.

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