Free-to-play browser-based flash games are widespread all over the net, and many webmasters are using these flash games to attract more visitors and generate ad revenue. Online games made in Flash are often alluring to people of all ages, with a large group of adult players between 25-30 years old and most of them have already been playing computer games as kids. They carry their love for games to adulthood along with them, and they are the eyeballs many potential advertisers want to attract.
Useful websites: Mochi Game Ads * CPM Star Game Ads
* In-Game Ad Rotation System * Flash Game Templates
Increase website traffic
Many websites are using Flash games as a way to advertise their content and services. People are very weary of clicking on ads and many consciously avoid doing this. To get around this problem -- a lot of advertising these days come in form of a flash game or a flash game banner. The learning curve of most flash game is usually very small, that's why they are often referred to as casual games.
And many casual games are just new versions of the earlier arcade games, there is no learning curve at all, which makes them easily convertable into a playable online advertisement.
No only flash games can attract visitors to websites, but also keep them on their site longer. If your visitors find the flash games on your website fun to play, they would often refer their friends to visit your website. This could in turn increase your website traffic and visitor loyalty.
Advertisements are often display to the player during the opening of the casual game as part of the loading process (pre-loader ads), or at the end of each game level, so to less interfer the player, while also get their attention on the sponsor ads. The CTR (click-thru-ratio) of online ads embed inside flash games are usually 200%-300% higher than a web banner ad.
Increase revenue with in-game ads
In-game ads are becoming more and more popular in flash games. Many flash game developers are increasingly looking to using in-game ads to monetize their games.
Two of the largest flash in-game advertising networks for games are MochiAds and GameJacket. They provide flash game developers with the code that you can embed in your games and help you with any game security and game-play analytics that you might have. You can also use flash ad rotation service such as Ad4Flash in your flash games that rotate ads throughout the game, or displays the game sponsor ad as part of the game intro. The more people play your game, the more you earn due to the ads that are displayed to gamers. Earning revenue from flash games has never been easier.
If you haven't heard of these services, you have most certainly heard about Google and their Advords program.
Google has been actively reaching out to game developers to partner with its Adsense/Adscape network.
Google has a special version of their advertising network that targets flash game publishers, so it is worth looking into this as well. However Google will only accept flash games which has millions of pageviews already so its not for starters in this area.
Some people are professional game developers; others simply have fun making them. Some want to make money from the games, yet others want to teach and spread their knowledge. This is all now possible with flash games. Regardless of your background, technical knowledge and intent, all you need is flash templates and the right software and you can design your games quickly, easily and professionally for everybody to enjoy.
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