Commodity Ad Network Press Releases
April 16, 2018
As Goolag and Facepalm flounder, Commodity Ad Network is busy laying the groundwork for the future of advertising in the Independent Media and Content Creation industries.
Commodity Ad Network started 2018’s second quarter watching Mr. Zuckerberg answer to Congress about their cunning privacy practices, and also with the realization that Independent Media and Content Creators are getting banned at a much quicker rate than we anticipated from Google’s platforms, including Youtube. With that in mind, we have decided to move up our plans for the Commodity Ad Network Social Media platform and Search Engine, hopefully with betas running by the end of this year.
In the meantime, our stance is that it is best to jump off a sinking ship before it makes its final descent, less you get pulled under with the current. It is time for us all to take a stand against the intrusive and bullying tactics of these media giants and turn the internet back into what it was intended to be – conducive of free speech.
April 15, 2018
Zero Censorship. Zero Tracking. Zero Exceptions. Our advertisers pay less, our content creators receive more, and our audience retains their privacy… making us a win-win solution for all.
The Commodity Ad Network offers our advertisers fair, flat rates, which ensures all advertisers, big and small, get their fair share of ad impressions plus a higher ROI without bidding wars.
We offer our Content Creators higher ad revenues and the peace of mind that they are not contributing to the tracking and spying-on of their beloved audiences.
And lastly, the end-user can visit our network of sites knowing they are not being tracked in offensive and ridiculous ways. They also feel good about being able to whitelist their favorite websites from their adblocker enabling them to support those content creators without sacrificing their privacy.
The Commodity Ad Network will become the Gold Standard for Independent Media and Content Creators by making advertising ethical again.