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  • $50

Version: 2.10

Released: Dec 02, 1999


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Unix

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WebAdverts

WebAdverts is a comprehensive system for maintaining a set of rotating banner ads on your site or for setting up a "banner exchange" between your site and others. WebAdverts keeps track of exposures and click-thrus for each banner, as well as of the average total number of exposures per day. Banners can be weighted to control how often they are displayed, and can automatically be expired from the rotation after a designated number of exposures, click-thrus or days.

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Posted by phoenix_z on Jan 01, 2001 Reply

Posted by bibber on Dec 15, 2000 Reply

Very easy to install and configure, but hard enough to customize the looks.

Posted by Santana on Nov 27, 2000 Reply

Very difficult to install and buggy. I will look elsewhere.

Posted by BobDaul on Nov 11, 2000 Reply

Great script! I only wish it were easier to have multiple banners for one account.

Posted by wcvw on Nov 06, 2000 Reply

This is a great script if you are planing less than 100,000 exposures per day. With 100,000 you will need something more than P-2 466 with 400Mb of RAM. Perl code is not optimised, but the rest is done very cool.

Posted by Vio on Oct 24, 2000 Reply

WebAdverts rocks!

Posted by mirvine on Sep 25, 2000 Reply

A little tricky to set up at first but once it was working, it's been rock-solid!

Posted by lizalee on Sep 22, 2000 Reply

Posted by janw on Sep 20, 2000 Reply

This script is great. Anyone with even just a small knowledge of installing perl scripts can install this one. When finished they have one of the best scripts for banner rotations available, regardless of the price. I use this and other scripts from the same place and have never gone wrong.

Posted by napier on Sep 12, 2000 Reply

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