BUSINESS WIRE -- May 31 -- Userplane, the premier communication platform for online communities, today launched Userplane Money, a new revenue-sharing program for publishers. The Userplane™ platform serves ads in instant messaging, web chat and other widgets that more than 155,000 online communities, including MySpace, deploy. Marcien Jenckes, SVP, AOL, said, "Userplane is leading AOL's charge with feature-rich applications that increase user engagement. Paying publishers to use tools that many would gladly pay for is the icing on the cake." Michael Jones, CEO of Userplane and VP, AOL, said, "Over the last two years, just by offering Userplane tools for free, we've experienced and sustained phenomenal growth of about 5,000 new communities per week," Any Userplane-powered website using its Instant-Install community platform can sign up for Userplane Money merely by agreeing to the terms of service. Once a $25 minimum is met, publishers can request and receive their revenue share via PayPal. Userplane tools enable millions of daily users in more than 30 countries to communicate. AOL acquired Userplane last August.
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