list of post-creepy web ad systems
CodeFund is an open source
ad platform that connects software developers with
highly relevant products, services, and brands through
ethical advertising. Publishers receive 50%-68% of
We do not track, profile, or sell
ads that are relevant and meaningful to the users.
These are not just words. Our platform is open
source. We have no secrets on how we do things.
are first-party, and priced per month, with
up to five advertisers on the site per month.
Not only is there no tracking involved, there
text, and HTML links. (The images are even served
from daringfireball.net itself.) You have my word
that I will never allow tracking via these or any
other ads on Daring Fireball without posting a big
prominent “OK, DF Ads Are Now Tracking You” post
on the site. I don’t expect ever to allow this.
Project Wonderful runs an auction system that sells ads by the day, not by impressions or clicks. (Seems to be mostly used by web comics.)
newspaper advertising, on the
Internet. Priced per click, targetable by country
and contextually by programming language covered on
the page where the ad appears.
No longer active
The DECK was an ad network for sites serving developers and designers, and was the inspiration for Daring Fireball's ad system.