Ashish Jaiswal 62 Questions 85 Answers 1 Best Answers 753 Points View Profile Ashish Jaiswal BlockchainProfessional Asked: January 29, 2019 How Much Will Blockchain Really Affect Digital Marketing? Rate this post Let’s share how Much Will Blockchain Really Affect Digital Marketing. blockchain in digital marketing Share Facebook 1 Answer Voted Oldest Recent Emi Hanado 32 Questions 32 Answers 1 Best Answers 54 Points View Profile Emi Hanado BlockchainLearner Added an answer on April 9, 2019 at 2:38 pm It’s already started to impact digital marketing… 1. Advertisers buy ads using BAT. These are usually private tabs in the Brave browser, but they can also be push notifications and landing pages. 2. Users who opt into viewing ads are compensated with BAT. You get to decide which kinds of ads you see. Not only does this provide more accurate consumer information to advertisers (anonymously), it helps users learn about the products and brands they actually want to hear from. Anyone who volunteers to get ads is paid a portion of the advertiser’s spend in BAT, for the value of their attention. 3. Publishers are compensated by both consumers and advertisers. Under BAT’s revenue sharing program, publishers receive a larger portion of ad spend than consumers. They can also charge BAT for access to premium content and subscriptions. 4. Ownership and Security of Digital Assets 5. Blockchain could be the next step in the evolution of the creative digital economy. Projects like Po.et, Tao, and Steam were designed with this intent. Imagine if musical artists, filmmakers, and photographers could offer their work to a massive audience without paying an intermediary like YouTube, Bandcamp, iTunes, or Shutterstock for exposure and security. This blockchain-based entertainment economy could allow artists to market themselves directly to their audiences without ceding control of their work or a share of their revenue to a platform like Facebook or SoundCloud. It would allow artists and groups to get recognized based on the value of their work, not because they paid extra money to have their songs listed first on a music platform. This model would shift entertainment marketing even more towards P2P communities since fans could conduct transactions themselves and earn special privileges for being holders of artist tokens. 0 Login to Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on WhatsApp Leave an answerCancel replyYou must login or register to add a new answer.