A team of senior online AD sales professionals...
iMediaSalesTeam is a collaboration of senior online ad sales professionals with an average of 10 years selling online media. We work as the 'sales team' for top brand web properties. As the ad sales team we work seamlessly with the ad ops teams to provide solid branding and performance solutions for advertisers and media buyers. Not a network, but rather the largest direct source to reach a boomer audience (age 45+).
Our audience is comfortable transacting online; they browse the net with their credit cards ready, they are 62% female and 40% Male age 45+. We reach over 28 MM monthly uniques. Our flagship properties, Ancestry Sites and Legacy Sites are #1 in their category. We also help advertisers reach Conservative Moms and Sports Dads with a consistent focus on "fit". Click here for the latest news.
- "Inside Facebook's Earliest Ad Deals" documents how one of today's most successful sites started earning ad revenue. It details how iMediaSalesTeam's own, Joshua Iverson, had a hand in the early days selling Facebook advertising to savvy marketers. This look back proves that online advertising is a fast moving animal. When Joshua was trying to figure out how to sell Facebook back in 2004 he was covering new territory, there were no slam-dunks, ultimately success came from solid publisher and advertiser collaboration. More
- Joshua Iverson has a long history in the online advertising industry. And "Why One Of Facebook's Earliest Ad Sales Guys Decided Not To Join The Company," details his early influence on a then new start up called TheFacebook. In the article Joshua recounts his interaction with Facebook senior leaders including Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverin. Fortunately, for iMediaSalesTeam's current partners Josh is not currently sitting on a yacht. More
- iMediaSalesTeam's Founder, Joshua Iverson, will be running in the 2013 Boston Marathon and he'll be putting his hard work to good use. He is raising money for iMediaSalesTeam's 2013 official charity, Jumpstart. More
- Nielsen has released a new report calling them the most valuable generation. They warn marketers to pay attention to the generation as they move into the 50+ category as they have money to spend and like to spend it. They are also more tech savvy than many think with 33% considered heavy internet users. More
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