Amazon to start charging $600,000 for ads on Amazon Kindle Fire's welcome page
and it even isn't sure that advertisers will be sold on the idea. The online retailer is considering offering the ad space on the current version of the tablet or might just place the ads on a future ad-supported tablet. And the latter is where the excitement lies. If Amazon does offer a tablet with a price subsidized by ads, the price that consumers will pay for such a tablet might make the $199.99 price tag on the original Kindle Fire seem like a high price.
Would tablet owners be comfortable viewing an ad everytime they boot-up their tablet if it meant paying a very low price for that device? Amazon is said to be trying to build an ad network similar to Apple's iAD that places ads on the Apple iPhone and Apple iPad. Originally, Apple asked for $1million minimum for ad deals, but that has since dropped to $100,000 with a more simplified price structure.
source: AdAge via Phandroid
1. eggimage posted on 19 May 2012, 01:29 0 1
Hmm.. Seriously, who shuts down their tablet/cell phone devices each time they finish using it??
2. JeffdaBeat posted on 19 May 2012, 07:04 1 0
A lot of older tablet users do that. They believe it saves the battery, which it does to a small extent, and that it's just the right thing to do after use.
3. skyline100 posted on 19 May 2012, 07:58 1 0
By shutting down and boot up a system will refresh the RAM.
I personally do it every few days or a week.
4. quryous (banned) posted on 20 May 2012, 22:24 0 0
That is ENOUGH! Even though I wouldn't see it often, only on restart, it is enough to kill the sale I was about to complete for my daughter's birthday. It is obvious that Amazon is going to keep adding more and more ads, every chance they get. I'll just buy my daughter a real Android 4.0 tablet. That's what she wanted, anyway.