Sunday, December 30, 2007

Now Dependable Will Their Audit Be?

NetAudioAds is up to what looks like an effort to mislead advertisers by inflating their audit numbers. They are making claims that they have spidered sites and are instructing publishers to place adcode for their upcoming "third party" audit.

I created an account at Pay Per Play to monitor the progress of this alleged revolutionary new advertising platform and received the following email:

Welcome to Pay-Per-Play and NetAudioAds!

We have spidered your websites and you may embed the code
for ad placement on them now.

Please visit for
the embed code and instructions.

We ask that you embed this code fragment in all your pages
as soon as possible as our third party audit begins on
December 22, 2007 and the prices we charge advertisers
is based on the results from that audit.

If you have any issues or questions, please feel free to
email me at

2008 is going to be a great year for all of us.

Thank You,

Larry Host
CTO, V2P Communications, Inc.

What is amusing about receiving an email of this nature from them is that I did not enter a single website into their system to be spidered, yet I am receiving assurance my site is up to par to insert ad code.

Not only does their third party audit need to be verified but possibly their claims need to be audited prior to wasting time or money in this advertising platform.

1 comment:

EasyPPP - Get Paid To Blog said...

The project was in beta testing during your review, so things may have changed now that the advertising system has gone to live mode.

The audit has not been completed, and results may not be available for a few more weeks.

Time will tell...

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