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:: Email us at: dave@ivibes.nu

We currently have about 300 000 unique visitors per month, about 10 000 per day. This means we have several thousand banner-impressions each day (remember, each visitor visits several pages). You can choose yourself what kind of advertising you want to have on our site. Currently we offer big (468x68) and small (120x60) banners but we can usually agree with other types of advertisments too. To appeal even more customers you might consider running a competition on our site where you give away prizes to lucky winners.

When advertising at i:Vibes you get access to view detailed statistics about your campaign(s). You can either get them mailed to you on a daily/weekly/monthly basis or check them out online. This way you can analyze your campaigns and make adjustments to reach your goals.

About i:Vibes

The concept of i:Vibes was founded by mOO (Manuel) back in year 2000. The idea was to have a music-information site that presented news about electronic music of all kinds. This could of course not be done by 1 person alone so several people got included on the way. First one out was Stream (Hans) who started writing php-scripts for the site. As time went on we got in contact with people who could provide content to the site. Since Stream was busy with work, wife and kids the development progress took a lot longer than first expected. The first working beta-versions of the site was shown to the editors summer 2001 but it was not until November the site was launched to the public.

Since everyone who works with i:Vibes are doing it on a voluntary basis we had no money to raise for decent hosting, therefore we relied on friendly people who offered us free hosting. Unfortunately the site got so many visitors that the servers could not handle it, we just had to buy a webhosting account at a professional company. To finance this we decided to add some banner-ads to the site but after the collapse within the dot-com sector it was pretty hard finding sponsors and obviously we couldn't make enough to pay the bills. Luckily Stream got a well-paid job in real life ;)

At this time we had lost some and gained other people to the crew. mOO decided to travel abroad for months and silently disappeared from the project alltogether. A real pity, and a big loss of a great resource! It became clear that there were now 4 people with a big heart for i:Vibes. Stream, Steven, Kevin and Sygnus started playing with the idea of opening an online record-store in conjunction with i:Vibes. We got in contact with Bhaskar at Redemption and started discussing the subject. It was pretty obvious that a cooperation would benefit the both of us so we started working on a store frontend. While work was ongoing i:Vibes was registered as a company: i:Vibes Ltd with the 4 shareholders mentioned above. The store was delayed several times but was finally online at the end of June 2002.

Now it was time to make an improved version of i:Vibes. Up until this time we added some new features every now and then but now we wanted a big upgrade of the site and freezed all small additions to the current layout. Stream started working on the new version during June and hoped to have the next version up within a couple of months. As always it was delayed for several reasons, one being Stream's lazyness, another being added feature-requests by the crew. In fact it would actually take 9 months before a cut-down version of the new site was released in March 2003, and at about the same time we also opened a completely new store-frontend.

The site will from now on be updated with new features on a regular basis again and that will hopefully keep our visitors happy :)


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