Sponsor
This is the contract.

For the month of May, 1999:

1. You will link to the Blimp Race from your site.
2. Dan Zen will put your ad in rotation and
3. permanently display your site's link and description on the Blimp Race site.
4. You will pay Dan Zen one Dollar per unique-viewer click-through** or ten Dollars per registration if you can track registrants and choose this option.


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  Suggested Links

All links point to: http://www.danzen.com/cgi-bin/welcome


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  Your Banner on Blimp Race

Enter the html for the 468X60 banner ad. This may be your ad server code or simple <a href> and <img> tags pointing to the ad on your server:

Help         You can enter or change this later


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  Your Link and Description on Blimp Race

Link Name
Link URL
Link Description
Help         You can enter or change this later


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  Your Billing Address

Company
Free E-mail Extension
Address
Address
State/Prov
Country
Code
Contact
Phone
 
E-mail
Comments 
Options
one Dollar per unique click**
maximum:
ten Dollars per registrant

Account to be paid within 60 days of invoice


  Submitting binds you to this contract.

You are welcome to contact us to discuss your sponsorship.

Dan Zen
www.danzen.com
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Dan Zen will use cookies to set a unique ID on the visitor's computer when first coming to the Blimp Race. When the visitor clicks through a link to your site, their ID is recorded in the "Visitor" log and their click is recorded in the "Unique Clicks" log unless their ID was already in the Visitor log.

If the ID is already there then Dan Zen will record the click in the "Duplicate Clicks" log. An entry in the "Undefined Clicks" log will be recorded if the visitor does not have a cookie set due to their browser version or having declined the cookie. All these numbers will be reported to you.

The current Internet Advertising Bureau statistics for cookie acceptance is 90%. Therefore the unique-visitor click-throughs will be calculated as the lesser of:

a) the Unique Clicks tally divided by the cookie acceptance ratio
b) the Unique Clicks tally plus the Undefined Clicks tally times the Unique Clicks divided by the (Unique Clicks plus Duplicate Clicks).

Note: you would not want to take b) alone because somebody with cookies turned off could run up the tally of clicks. The lesser of a) or b) above avoids this problem.












































 


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Dan Zen will use cookies to set a unique ID on the visitor's computer when first coming to the Blimp Race. When the visitor clicks through a link to your site, their ID is recorded in the "Visitor" log and their click is recorded in the "Unique Clicks" log unless their ID was already in the Visitor log.

If the ID is already there then Dan Zen will record the click in the "Duplicate Clicks" log. An entry in the "Undefined Clicks" log will be recorded if the visitor does not have a cookie set due to their browser version or having declined the cookie. All these numbers will be reported to you.

The current Internet Advertising Bureau statistics for cookie acceptance is 90%. Therefore the unique-visitor click-throughs will be calculated as the lesser of:

a) the Unique Clicks tally divided by the cookie acceptance ratio
b) the Unique Clicks tally plus the Undefined Clicks tally times the Unique Clicks divided by the (Unique Clicks plus Duplicate Clicks).

Note: you would not want to take b) alone because somebody with cookies turned off could run up the tally of clicks. The lesser of a) or b) above avoids this problem.












































 


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This is just like putting html for an ad on your own site. Make sure the links are absolute - starting with http://

For example, <a href=http://www.yahoo.com><img src=http://www.yahoo.com/graphics/ad1.gif border=0></a> would work.

If you have ad server code (Dart, Netgravity, RealMedia) that serves secondary sites then you can paste it into the form and it will work too. Make sure you use the test button.












































 


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See the examples on the Blimp Prototype site. The link name should be the e-mail extension you want to promote. i.e. hotmail.com. The description needs to be short and sweet to fit in the designated area. The link can be to your e-mail registration page or to your front page, etc. Make sure you test your entry.

Yahoo.com
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http://mail.yahoo.com