Shares of CrowdGather are in play after recently breaking out above its 50-day moving for the first time in almost ten months. Last week’s market action in CRWG shares confirms the breakout – as is evidenced by two of the three heaviest trading volume days over the last three months. If the stock can stay above the $.15 levels, this may signal a bottom in the stock and possibly the beginning of a new, long-term uptrend:
Transition to Online Advertisement from Print and TV
Consumers are increasingly spending more and more of their time online, and advertisers are aware of this trend and are focusing an increasing amount of ad dollars to online endeavors. Digital advertising is expected to overtake TV ads by 2015, while online advertising rates are expected to skyrocket as demand for online advertising increases, making online networks like CrowdGather increasingly more valuable over time.
Huge Increase in Network Traffic
Since 2009, CrowdGather’s network traffic has exploded from approximately 1.5 million unique visitors and 12.3 million page views per month to the current 16 to 18 million unique visitors and between 220 and 225 million page views per month.
Monetization of Hosted Forums
Approximately 80% of the Company’s current monthly page views come from its hosted forum sites such as Freeforums.org and leFora.com. CrowdGather’s hosted forum sites permit do-it-yourself forum enthusiasts to start online discussions for free and are currently unmonetized.
As the Company’s Adserver platform is deployed across its hosted forum properties, the Company is now in a position to start to generate significant potential advertising revenue from its network of several hundred thousand do-it-yourself hosted forum sites.
Upside Potential in CPM Advertising Rates
Major Internet sites like the Huffington Post and ESPN often command advertising rates of $20 per CPM (Advertising Cost per One Thousand Impressions) – as a DIRECT result of their massive scale and their proven ability to deliver upwards of 50,000,000 Ad impressions in a single advertising campaign.
The recent deployment of CrowdGather’s Adserver platform will help to create channels out of all of its forum sites by aggregating them together. As the Company is able to target and reach more and more eyeballs over time, as well as target advertisement to specific users, there is a significant upside potential in the Company’s CPM advertising rates. Currently the Company receives less than $1 per CPM.
Senior Executives and board members, including CEO Sanjay Sabnani and Director James Sacks, have steadily purchased stock over the last several months at prices ranging from $.25 to $.91.
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