Pixel Ad Brrreeeport
62 Million Dollar Homepage
37 Rent Pixel Ads
30 Fosfor Gadgets
21 Smash My Viper
19 Pixel Wars
For more details on why my firm has bought pixel ads from these sites and my thoughts on the future of pixel advertising, see my Squidoo pixel ads lens. Note that the Million Dollar Homepage has sold out. Currently, I'd avoid buying pixels from RentPixelAds.com as the site has just been sold. I had purchased a 100x100 ad on their site at a fixed rate of $27 per month. The new owner is now charging $47 per month. Come on. You have to first prove your value before asking for more money. If anything, the new owner should offer existing advertisers an incentive to renew. Foolish. Besides, pixel sites for the sake of pixels is not the way to go. Advertisers want to advertise on a site that has good content. From the above list, Fosfor Gadgets is the best of the bunch. I'd highly recommend buying pixels from that site, particularly if your target audience fits with theirs.
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