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  • $129

Version: 1.24

Released: Dec 01, 2002


Requirements
Unix, Windows NT

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8.67

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7.85

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Developer

Jeff_Pryor

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AdCycle

Free ad management software. Use AdCycle to manage multiple ad campaigns on your web site. Control targeting, unique impressions, hourly distribution, and start dates. Choose from over 7 media formats including text links.

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As long as you can get the database set up, you're in business with the best ad serving script anywhere.

Posted by synbeatz on Oct 09, 2000 Reply

While this program has much promise, it has serious bugs. It will crash a Linux server under load. I have run this script for 6 months because the author was updating often. That has stopped. Beware except for the experienced.

Posted by bobby on Sep 22, 2000 Reply

This script is fantastic. It has everything you will ever need in a banner rotator.

Posted by GecKo on Sep 19, 2000 Reply

Excellent scripts, and the fact that it's free is a lot better. Excellent control of banners and good documentation. Gives you complete control of your banners and gives you detailed reports on the impressions and click throughs. I'd definitely recommend it.

Posted by makoto on Sep 15, 2000 Reply

This script is fantastic.

Posted by michael on Aug 30, 2000 Reply

Awesome script. Once you can get it setup, you will love it.

Posted by Logant on Jul 30, 2000 Reply

Definitely the best of free and pay banner rotation software.

Posted by trek on Jun 20, 2000 Reply

Great script!!! If you need a rotating banner program on your site, install this script.

Posted by emulazion on Apr 26, 2000 Reply

Posted by ECA on Mar 14, 2000 Reply

This ad script is great! At first I didn't try it since it required mysql, but that wasn't hard to set up. The authors are constantly updating the script and are quick to answer questions in their support forum. Program could still use a bit of improvement (better rich media support).

Posted by Tricia on Feb 18, 2000 Reply

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