Technology is shifting away from third party cookies. First party data acquisition is critical for personalization and engaging audiences. Traditional ad revenue streams are at risk.
Micro access meaningfully boosts and diversifies revenue while:
• Complementing existing revenue streams
• Providing compelling methods of user-consented first party data collection
Fewcents is leading this revolution, providing a seamless micro access platform through its Fewcents Wall.
Fewcents reimagines micropayments for individual content with global payments and sponsorships. Built for any digital media, the Fewcents Wall is a plug-and-play widget that unlocks revenue and data from undervalued casual visitors
Collect valuable first party data. Grow user registrations. Enable personalized content and targeted marketing.
Add a micropayment revenue stream. Explore micro sponsorships. Boost display ad revenue.
Create a smooth, user friendly experience with a single account and inbuilt wallet, leading to higher return on investment
Understand what content users value based on their micro access decisions.
Transform your audience from passive to active readers, driving deeper engagement and interaction with your content
Seamlessly integrate Fewcents Wall with existing Content Management Systems (CMS) and tech stacks using a few lines of code
• 80x increase in transactions
• 22x revenue growth
• Average RPM increased 15x
“Moving to Fewcents has been a great decision for Historia, not only to meaningfully increase conversions, get a high volume of first party data, and free up our tech team’s time, but also is helping us to build a better subscription strategy.”
- Bonnie Triyana, Founder and Chief Editor of Historia
• 3.5x increase in Page RPM
• Stable ad revenues despite new revenue model integration
• Gained invaluable first-party data
"Micro-payments could become a low-risk method to initiate payment models…we plan to focus on high-revenue articles, enhancing the coexistence of advertising monetization and paid content."
- Kato, Editor-in-chief, Football Critique Online