AdMedia Launches Social Browser Toolbar FooterRoll to Serve as a Wibiya Alternative

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AdMedia invites Wibiya publishers to try FooterRoll, a social browser toolbar designed to engage website visitors, increase social interaction, and generate revenue.

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AdMedia is inviting Wibiya’s more than 150,000 users to sign up for FooterRoll, so they can continue to engage visitors and earn revenue from their site.

AdMedia, a performance-based advertising network, today announced that it will be offering its FooterRoll social browser toolbar to Wibiya publishers who are looking for alternatives. Following the news that Wibiya will be putting an end to its services, AdMedia is inviting Wibiya’s more than 150,000 users to sign up for FooterRoll, so they can continue to engage visitors and earn revenue from their site.

“With the news that Wibiya is discontinuing its services, we understand that publishers are likely feeling confused about what to do next,” said AdMedia COO Avi N, Bibi. “That’s why we’re more than happy to step up and provide publishers with an alternative as well as a smooth transition process.”

Bibi added that the AdMedia support staff is ready to assist Wibiya users in setting up FooterRoll on their websites and they’re inviting all publishers to look into the service.

What FooterRoll Does
Similar to Wibiya, FooterRoll is a toolbar that sits at the bottom of a publisher’s website. It contains various social engagement buttons to make it easy for visitors to check out the publisher’s social media pages, as well as share content via Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and more.

FooterRoll also contains a built-in search box to enable users to conduct searches without leaving the website. This provides visitors with the convenience of quick and easy web searches, which keeps users on the site and lowers the publisher’s bounce rates at the same time.

In addition, the FooterRoll toolbar is fully customizable, and gives publishers full control over how it looks and behaves, as well as the buttons and features to be included on their website.

No coding is required to get FooterRoll up and running. Enabling the toolbar can be done simply by pasting a snippet of JavaScript onto the website.

“The toolbar was designed with publishers and regular users in mind. It’s incredibly user-friendly and easy to set-up. Should publishers have any trouble whatsoever, they can simply contact AdMedia and our reps will address any questions or concerns that they may have,” mentioned Bibi.

Monetization Opportunities
Publishers can also use FooterRoll to earn more revenue. At the left-most part of the bar is an expandable area that shows sponsored messages, and publishers get to decide whether ads are displayed automatically or if they require users to mouse-over the toolbar. Furthermore, FooterRoll operates at a CPM model which guarantees revenue every time an ad is seen.

“The CPM model along with the fact that publishers have full control over how ads are displayed, make FooterRoll a great tool for site owners. Publishers love the fact that the tool has a ton of features that let them monetize their traffic more effectively,” mentioned Bibi.

Publishers can get started with FooterRoll by visiting http://www.footerroll.com

About AdMedia
A performance based advertising network, AdMedia has been providing Advertisers and Affiliates with marketing solutions since 2007. AdMedia connects advertisers to consumers across many channels, including industry leading email, domain, social and search networks. More than 60,000 advertisers utilize the AdMedia network to advance their offers. A privately held company headquartered in Burbank, AdMedia has domestic offices throughout the state of California. Connect with AdMedia on the web at http://www.admedia.com, on Facebook at facebook.com/AdMediaCommunity and on Twitter at Twitter.com/Ad_Media.

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