Archive for January, 2009

New Feature – Password Recovery

Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

Great news! We have implemented a new feature on the Open Media Exchange, the ability to recover lost passwords. Advertisers and publishers who have forgotten their passwords can now click on a link and have their account ID and passwords sent to the email address they have provided when they registered through your system. Do you have a particular feature you would like to see implemented on the system? You can send us an inquiry and our technical team will work hard to provide you with the feature that you need, assuming that it will not interfere with the operations of the entire system.

FAQs – Now Available

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

We’ve put up a big list of Frequently Asked Questions up on our website. The FAQs will be updated regularly, so check back for the latest FAQs, or feel free to contact us if your question was not answered.


Ad:Tech San Francisco

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Ad Tech San Fran

Once again, we will be making our appearance at the Ad:Tech show in San Francisco this upcoming April. Visit Clicksor’s booth #1756 to win another round of great prizes and pick up some free giveaways. To set up a meeting to discuss how our open ad exchange is designed to endorse your company’s success, contact us anytime at

We are all very excited about the opportunity to meet with the various industry players! We hope to see you all soon!

Revolution Digital Marketing Magazine – January 2009

Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

I read an interesting article today on Ad Exchanges. Paul Frampton, of Media Contacts said: “Ad exchanges provide you with a means to place the right advertising on the right site and, beacuse you pay no more than you want to pay, you also get the right price.” Couldn’t have said it better myself.

Some tips include:

  1. For cheap inventory, choose an exchange where networks are trading with each other.
  2. For streamlining the purchase of strategically important slots, use an exchange where you can deal directly with publishers.
  3. Examine the ecosystem of the exchange. Has it got the right mix of publisher and networks to meet your needs?
  4. Consider in advance what you are prepared to pay. One role of exchanges is to get the best deal possible for publishers.
  5. Use the time saved buying online to build relationships with publishers.

We hope this provides some valuable insight when you are deciding between ad exchanges.


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Friday, January 9th, 2009

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