Remember the guy that created the grid because he wanted to make some money for new socks while in college?
He became a millionaire. That started the grid revolution, you could say.
I was thinking about a letter grid or even a picture grid.
A letter grid might be simply: A, B, C, D, etc in which members would click on a letter.
An image grid might be a little more in-depth: Meaning the advertiser might either choose an image or upload his own image.
The grid might take on a bit of a different shape: A dollar sign, a big C for ClixSense, a circle, etc
This grid would cost the advertiser a bit more and members would be able to earn for clicking in the grid.
It could be targeted or even limited clicks per day, dependent upon the amount of ads within it. For example,
a member would be allowed to click in this grid, once per day or five times per day, etc.
Another idea is a grid that when clicked in the blocks, would NOT launch a website but launch a banner.
The banner could then be clicked.
I'm just toying with some ideas for a new type of grid in which members can earn from it and which
advertisers would fine attractive.