RAADZ provides a better ROI, lower customer acquisition cost, and a more engaged audience than any other digital advertising platform, and our ad test market lets you A-B test different ads or test different audiences to see which responds best. You also receive valuable feedback about each ad that you can use to improve your advertising.
The goal of Raadz is to revolutionize advertising. No one likes having ads shoved in their face all day long, and as a result, most ads are ignored. Companies try to overcome this by spending more and more to get their ads in front of consumers as many times as possible.
Raadz fixes this by giving users an incentive to pay attention to the ads. After viewing the ad, users are presented with 4 advertiser-selected questions to answer. The questions are answered on a 1-100 scale with the goal of being as close as possible to the average user answer. When the advertiser-selected number of views are complete, all user answers are averaged and users are given an accuracy score based on their deviation from the average answers. Earnings are calculated based on the accuracy rank of each user.
Advertisers can be confident that their ads are being seen and are able to achieve their desired goal without having to get their ad in front of the same person dozens of times.
Submit an ad and select 4 questions for feedback, such as "how funny is the ad", "how attention grabbing is the ad", or "how well does the ad increase brand awareness".
After viewing your ad, each user will answer the feedback questions on a 1-100 scale with the goal of being as close as possible to the average users' answer.
The most accurate users earn money, encouraging them to pay attention to the ad and give thoughtful responses to the feedback questions.
What started as a fun side project to make rating ads into a game quickly turned into a full-time job, and eventually evolved into something I became very passionate about. The more time I spent researching digital advertising, the collection and exploitation of personal data, and future employment trends, the more I realized how important Raadz was.
78% of U.S. workers are living paycheck to paycheck, not because they're lazy but because wages have stayed relatively stagnant while the cost of living keeps rising. I've personally been part of this group and was always looking for ways to make a little extra money. I've done paid surveys, but they were usually long, boring, and not very rewarding. I've driven for Uber & Lyft, and while the money was sometimes better if I was able to stay busy and received decent tips, this isn't an option for a lot of people. It's not possible to go driving for a few hours if you have kids at home that need to be taken care of. As the cost of rides continues to increase (probably resulting in fewer tips) and driver earnings are decreased, being a rideshare driver is going to be less viable even for the people that it works for now. Eventually robotaxis will completely eliminate this option, and AI will replace many of the full-time jobs of many people.
Currently, companies advertise by relying on huge amounts of personal data that is collected about each person. By knowing where you live, where you work, how old your children are, where you take them (along with when and the typical routes you take) to school/eat/shop/etc, and thousands of other data points about you, advertisers are able to get their ads in front of the people that they believe are most likely to buy their products. While all of this data is great for the advertiser, personal privacy and safety concerns are drawing more and more attention.
As people are developing more and more dislike towards online ads, their effectiveness continues to decrease. More people are installing ad blockers, and even those that don't are ignoring digital ads more often. 82% of people say they ignore online ads, which is over twice the ignore rate of TV commercials. The solution? Collect more personal data, and spend more money to get ads in front of people more often.
Raadz aims to solve all of these problems. By creating a ranking system and only rewarding people that pay attention to the ad, the earnings potential can be much higher. As we grow, my goal is for Raadz to become one of the most convenient, most entertaining, and most rewarding ways for people to earn money in their spare time, while at the same time providing companies of all sizes a better way to advertise than any alternative (and without having to rely on huge amounts of personal data).
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