Contextual text-link advertising meets the Bible

I’ve been following eBible for some time now – I had a pre-launch invite, and enjoyed their web 2.0-ish scripture-reading experience. Only now, however, is eBible’s revenue model starting to clarify.

It’s essentially very simple – and very similar to Google’s AdWords/AdSense.

If you are an advertiser looking to reach Christians with contextually relevant advertising when they are actively using, the CrossAds program is a cost effective, and highly targeted way to generate traffic, leads and revenue to your website, product or whatever you are looking to promote. With CrossAds, the cost per click *pricing is very low and the available reporting allows you to see the results of your pay per click (PPC) campaigns.

By the way, text link ads are currently free on eBible … so if you have a product that is relevant to Christians, you’d better jump on the bandwagon soon.

[tags] bible, ebible, web2.0, ads, text link ads, christian, adsense, adwords, john koetsier [/tags]