Jesse

@jesse

I do consulting, write blog articles, and code fun projects
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Joined May 2022

Just google CPM, CPC, CPA, Fixed prices, or even programmatic display ads, dynamic CPM, viewability. Hubspot usually has a bunch of resources

This helps, thanks a lot!

Yes, per visitor. In paid media its called frequency capping

Thanks a lot, I need to research and learn about this ads model, I have no idea!

I you know any resources you can share please let me know Jesse, thanks!

Just google CPM, CPC, CPA, Fixed prices, or even programmatic display ads, dynamic CPM, viewability. Hubspot usually has a bunch of resources

This helps, thanks a lot!

Name it Top Placement Ad and just test it out.

To your current advertisers, you say just that. You are testing new types of ad slots, if they want, they can also book it ;-)

Can you maybe make the Ad not sticky and have a display limit of 5x per day or so?
That way you could also tell your current advertisers that they have full day placements and this and is only x timers per day.

In general, I would move towards a CPM based price model or high fix rates.

Hey Jesse, thanks a lot for your valuable opinion, honestly appreciate it 🙏

Do you mean 5x per day to each visitor?

Yes, per visitor. In paid media its called frequency capping

Thanks a lot, I need to research and learn about this ads model, I have no idea!

I you know any resources you can share please let me know Jesse, thanks!

Just google CPM, CPC, CPA, Fixed prices, or even programmatic display ads, dynamic CPM, viewability. Hubspot usually has a bunch of resources

This helps, thanks a lot!

Welcome!
@AndreyAzimov has a similar project interesting to see the field grow.

Thanks for this -I knew his website, but didn't know he was here! (I've just followed him!) His website is really really cool, and it's growing so fast so it'll be interesting to see what he is working on.

For me, it comes down to meditation.
A distracted mind is like an unhealthy body.
It needs time and training to get back on track, just like going to the gym.
Besides that, I keep a simple list of important things that have to be done.

Guided or unguided meditation?

Both. If guided, I use medito

Yes!
Besides skills also something like 'Nerd Knowledge' or so sth related to topics similar to google they have this internally so that employees can hit each other up for very specific info on certain things, or just to chat about that.
You can then add the topics you have specific knowledge on e.g. Poker, Trading, Stamp Collecting, Gaming, Streaming Equipment, Sneaker Collector or so, so ppl can hit you up with specific things about these topics

Ah and I was in Slack Groups for Digital Nomads while I was traveling last winter remoteworkcommunity.com this one is really active for Fuerteventura and the canaries, but not so in other places.
And I'm in Fb Groups related to travelling.

Communities is such a broad term.
"Offline" private group chats for activities & sports etc. these are groups with people I live in the same city with to coordinate things to do, or send shit-memes.

Otherwise Coding Scrimba and The Odin Project on Discord and Telegram Groups for Tech & Crypto

I agree that communities is a broad term. Mostly just curious how/where most people here in WIP find their tribes.

Ah and I was in Slack Groups for Digital Nomads while I was traveling last winter remoteworkcommunity.com this one is really active for Fuerteventura and the canaries, but not so in other places.
And I'm in Fb Groups related to travelling.

I think having a paywall guarantees no spammers, giving invites to everyone might lead to ppl handing them out via Twitter etc., so not sure about that.

I like the mentioned idea of having invites for ppl paying, free members have restricted access or sth like reddit karma that gives you points for adding value (good comments etc) and then opens up some restrictions for free users

Yeah I definitely don't want to give invites to everyone. That would defeat the purpose of having invites.

We'd need to find the right mechanism for deciding who gets to invite new members, but I think we can figure that out.

I like the suggestion of a Reddit-like karma system. I also thought about Reddit Gold. So maybe paying members can gift (a month of) "pro"-access to "free"-members if they want to get the involved in the paid-only sections of the community.