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Advertising your game on JGO!

You can now advertise your published game on JGO with a proper skyscraper (160x600) and leaderboard (728x90) ad. We use ProjectWonderful as an ad-broker, allowing you to bid on advertisement space. The nice thing of ProjectWonderful is that you don't pay per click or per view: you bid on air time instead.

How bidding works

You could for example spend $0.30 per day to show your banner (exclusively) in the JGO sidebar and header (for guest visitors). The exact price varies, as it is determined by supply and demand: other advertisers may be bidding for 'air time' too. If you would be outbid, you will only pay for the time your ads were visible, meaning that if your '$0.30 / day' ad was the winning bid for 8 hours (one third of a day), you would only pay $0.10 for that period.

How to get your ad on JGO

Register an account on ProjectWonderful first

Create a new ad:

Pick the 'skyscraper' advertisement format:

Finishing up...

Fill out the form on the next page:

1. Specify the image of your ad
2. Enter the URL it should link to (probably your own website)
3. You're all setup to go:

Publish your ad on

You can go to the skyscraper (160x600) or leaderboard (728x90) registration page to go directly to the ad space JGO is offering, to place your bid. Another way to find us is to have a look for JGO first (registered as 'JavaGaming') among the publishers:

That's it!

Your ad will be visible within an hour of your initial bid. Add a few dollars to your account (paypal or creditcard) and start bidding, the minimum bid is only $0.10 per day, allowing you to promote your game for (literally) pennies!

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