The proverb "Bring owls to Athens" is popping up in my mind whenever
I recommend Mellow Ads to my friends and colleagues.

Owls were abundant in ancient Athens and they were considered as the
symbol of the city and its patron goddess Athena.  An owl was also featured
on Athens silver coins, and as the city both mined its own silver and minted
the coins, bringing owls (either the real birds or the coins) to Athens, would be
utterly redundant and pointless.

Introducing Mellow Ads to marketers would seem as redundant as that,
but just in the slim case that you are not familiar with it, it's one of the biggest
advertising platforms
for bitcoin/altcoin related programs and most probably
the easiest free way to effectively promote your relevant links.

Unbelievable as it sounds, it only takes a single claim from their faucet to
get you a five days banner campaign to their whole network!  And you can repeat this every 24 hours.  For Free!

What seems to work best for me is to make 2 claims and then use the whole amount for just a single day campaign.  I always get at least a new signup, sometimes two, and even more if the program is new.  Please note that these results are typical only for free bitcoin/altcoin related programs.

fter you join, make immediately your first faucet claim, and then take ample time to set up your advert.  You can upload your banners to their server. 

They accept and serve all the popular sizes, from small 125x125 squares to extra large 970x90 Super Leaderboard. You must also create a text ad that will be served when your banner does not fit the available space. You only have to do it once but if you are not satisfied with your results you can always fiddle with it!

After that is just a matter of a single click every 24 hours on their faucet and renewing your advert campaign!

f you need any help please feel free to contact me by clicking my avatar at the top of the page which directs to my facebook account.

 Athenian Owls, thick, heavy, high-relief silver coins minted more than 2,000 years ago, were arguably the most influential of all coins, and the Classical Owl tetradrachm, pictured on the left, is the most widely recognized ancient coin among the general public today.

Owls were the first widely used international coin.  They popularized the practice of putting a head on the obverse of a coin and a tail (animal) on the reverse.  Owls were handled by
Pythagoras, Xenophanes, Democritus, Hippocrates, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Euclid, Archimedes, and others whose thinking formed the very foundation of Western civilization.