The Washington post is reporting that a new ad exchange for ad buying has launched, with a goal of raising $2 million for ad-serving and development in the next year.
The ad exchange is offering a free trial and offers the opportunity to earn a $2.50 per day if you sign up with a free account.
The ad exchange also has a $50 ad-spam bonus for anyone who signs up for a free ad-server account.
The website says that ad exchanges are a “great way to build relationships with your customers,” but also that they have “a strong track record of generating revenue.”
“They have proven time and time again that they are not just a website, but a platform for the creation of advertising opportunities,” said Josh Hickey, chief strategy officer at ad exchange.
“It’s also a great way to connect with your brand to sell advertising.”
The company is working on a mobile app that could allow advertisers to connect directly with consumers through Facebook and Twitter.
It is not the first ad exchange to try to boost its ad-selling efforts.
Last month, the company partnered with Google to sell its ad platform, which includes more than 40 million ads, to Google for $1.5 billion.
The news comes just weeks after the tech giant announced that it had signed a $1 billion deal to buy ad-services provider Adwords.