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Em 04/08/2014 13:39, "Adam Frost" <[log in to unmask]> escreveu:

> I think the only time the issue would cause concern would be if it were on
> the SignWriting website itself. But if the ads were deaf or sign language
> related some how, I don't think Google would penalize you like they did
> with other text link ads.
>
> I don't think that having a mention within our broadcast in Google
> Hangouts that so-and-so has sponsored this event would be a problem.
> Neither would it be a problem if it were in the published proceedings.
>
> Adam
>
> On Aug 4, 2014, at 9:13 AM, André L <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> Hello,
> the add could be on the SignWriting web site , in the publicity, in the
> printed papers?  Not in google / youtube itself...
>
> André Lemyre
>
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> Date: Sun, 3 Aug 2014 23:10:51 -0700
> From: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: need funding for captioning 32 hours of video
> To: [log in to unmask]
>
> SignWriting List
> August 3, 2014
>
> Thank you, André, for this message about raising money through receiving
> ads … I believe that taking in ads is a practical solution just as long as
> they are approved by Google (this is necessary I have learned the hard
> way), since we are advertising on the internet, and just as long as they
> are not hard on our viewer’s eyes - it can be very distracting to be
> watching a broadcast and having ads flashing near the viewing screen or
> other instances where ads are intrusive - so I will definitely work at that
> -
>
> It is great that you have training in advertising - In our case, we are on
> the internet, so usually our advertisers are on the internet too…and mostly
> they ask to place simple text link ads on the front of signwriting.org
>
> Our organization has actually been partially supported by ads on the
> internet until recently, when Google changed their rules on how their
> directories worked with ads…they have a complex system and we must follow
> their rules since Google is playing a big role in our SignWriting Symposium.
>
> I think it is astonishing that Google Hangouts did not charge us any money
> for using their broadcasting software…The only costs our SW Symposium has,
> it appears, is the cost of paying our staff, including web designers,
> interpreters, translators, captioners, transcriptionists, IT Tech support,
> and video editors. They all worked, and are working, so hard… but the
> actual “facilities for broadcasting” were free…
>
> And  it is wonderful that those who are affiliated with academic
> institutions, such as colleges and universities, can possibly get
> reimbursed by their institution, for any Symposium fees. I have now
> received three payments from presenters with an academic affiliation -
> thank you!
>
> Val ;-)
>
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> On Aug 2, 2014, at 12:56 PM, André L <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> We should look for an event sponsorship.
>
> I believe that insurance companies, cochlear implant,  hearign aid and
> batteries companies would be interested in paid sponsorship publicity.
> Manufacturer of deaf material would be interested (alarm system, alarm
> clock).  Closed-cationing companies for TV also have an interest.  Telecom
> companies also have interest  (phone companies that provide translation
> service for Deafs).  It would take some thinking on how much you would
> charge them.  *Not too cheap *and beeing caught with low value image.
>
> I had a training 15 years ago on this.  I do not know the real values of
> this.  It went like: 1000$ for a mention, 2000$ for a web link, 5000$ for a
> big logo...  Then you gather them all, the small and the big ones.  Some
> will want monopole in their own area, this is more expensive.
>
> The idea was to prove them that their target clients will see the add.
>
> Workers unions can have money.  It may be possible to target those that
> hire deaf people, like heavy noise printing industries.
>
> André Lemyre
>
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