Sorry guys but this is not serious.
What do you mean 'keep growing'? It's not growing. Revenues have been in decline for years.
well, i have no doubt the company will coninue to grow. and we will be fine. kool aid time.
hmm. lost popular vote by over 6,000,000 , tried to go to court about 83 times won 1, bankrupt 5 times - how would you like to
be one of the hard workng folks who got screwed by the immoral ,lying self absorbed ignoramous and he raves about how amazing he is
he screwed thousands of hard working folks, mr wonderful said when his good buddy killer putin invaded the ukraine mr fool said it was
a genius move... , sued by about 100 wojmen and well you know it goes on and on.
tell mr loser to pull up his big boy pants and move on, oops he doesnt have any goes he has a diaper...
I take it, he meant Biden.....GLTA
Very nice, thanks.
Illegitimate non elected president? Apparently you are very ill informed. 5 million pumped into the company and a new CEO with shady background plus bringing back Parscale and this is just over 1/2 penny future not looking that brite! GLTA
Pitching themselves as a 'conservative' ad company is a brain-dead move. It automatically means a whole bunch of companies will never use them because they know it would piss off too many of their customers. It's not like there is some sort of secret demand for 'conservative' ad companies - their revenue has been flat for years. Look, I hate living under an illegitimate non-elected president as much as anyone else, but these people need to get over themselves if they want the revenue on this to move up. The way their expenses keep going up they better have some plan for attracting customers ...
hate the politics but heres hoping aiad is going to reap the benefits ... tme will tell......
Trump’s Digital Guru Is Back, This Time With a Powerful New Texas Ally
Brad Parscale is all in on artificial intelligence, and the right-wing billionaire Tim Dunn is now his biggest benefactor.
Like the apex salesman he is, Brad Parscale is pitching me his new company—which is really his old company, but more on that in a moment. He’s explaining how he intends to use artificial intelligence to supercharge advertising. All kinds of advertising. Parscale, who became a well-known national figure as the digital director for Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, says he’s done with the bright glare of presidential politics, but even here, discussing the nuts and bolts of his business, he can’t help himself—there’s a deep political undercurrent.
“I think there’s a lot of patriot companies who want an agency that’s a non-woke, Christian-based agency that wants to help grow their businesses,” he says. “I think AiAdvertising could be a leading company, delivering that service.”
A decade ago, Parscale was laboring in obscurity at a San Antonio firm that created websites and logos for businesses including local plumbers and gun shops. After the 2016 election, the national media swooned over his use of Facebook ads to target voters, helping motivate them to either vote for his candidate or stay home and not support Hillary Clinton. Parscale—a bearded six-foot-eight figure who appears capable of entering a mixed martial arts cage and emerging victorious—welcomed much of the attention. But like many who attach themselves to Trump, his meteoric rise eventually fizzled. He was fired as Trump’s reelection campaign manager in 2020. Along the way, he sold his company to CloudCommerce Inc., which later changed its name to AiAdvertising.
Now he’s returned to Texas. AiAdvertising brought Parscale back last year, signing him to a consultant deal that pays $10,000 a month, plus another $120,000 a year in stock. Not long after, Parscale recruited a deep-pocketed new investor into the company: Tim Dunn, a Midland billionaire and right-wing Christian nationalist who runs one of the largest oil companies in Texas. Dunn has become arguably the most powerful financier of Texas Republican politics and is a major supporter of Ken Paxton, whose impeachment trial begins soon. Dunn funds and works with an extensive web of groups that, among other priorities, advocate for school vouchers and promote the expansion of fossil fuels.
So what does Dunn want from Parscale? For that matter, what does Parscale want from Dunn?
Parscale moved to Midland in January, buying a new home on a quarter-acre lot. The house is in a neighborhood on the north side of town, just around the corner from the Midland Bible Church, where Dunn preaches some Sundays, and near the gated compound where Dunn lives in a sprawling mansion across the street from homes owned by his adult sons.
According to Jerry Hug, the chief executive of AiAdvertising, the company wasn’t looking for a new investor until Parscale broached the idea. “Brad is one of the smartest marketing minds on the planet,” said Hug. “And he approached us wanting to help accelerate the growth of the company with what I would call very friendly, patient capital.”
In April, Dunn purchased a 40.6 percent stake in AiAdvertising for $5 million through a Dunn family investment vehicle called Hexagon Partners. Hexagon also has the right to invest another $4.25 million. Parscale consulted with Dunn on the deal, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Hug told me that AiAdvertising will use artificial intelligence to build targeted ad campaigns. “Personalization is the key to success in digital advertising going forward,” he said.
Essentially, this is an evolution of the work Parscale did for Trump. In a 2018 interview with 60 Minutes, Parscale explained how he could use digital tools to precisely target undecided voters. “I can find fifteen people in the Florida panhandle,” he said, a method that is far more cost-effective than television ads. The company plans to use AI to amplify that model, rapidly building “hyper-personalized campaigns” so that the messages voters see will increase in frequency and be even more specifically tailored to their interests, prejudices, and fears.
Hug says AiAdvertising will primarily sell its services to commercial enterprises. But he didn’t rule out using the tool to disseminate political messages. “It’s relevant for politics, certainly. And if we get political opportunities, we will take them,” he said.
Researchers have warned about the harmful impacts of highly personalized political ad campaigns, particularly given the lack of accountability and transparency about who exactly is funding the ads. The emergence of AI-powered ad platforms could drive down costs, making it possible for these tools to be deployed much more widely, even in a school district contest.
Whatever troubles this may portend for democracy, creating these tools is potentially big business. Thus far, AiAdvertising has not reaped many gains. In its last public filing, for the first three months of 2023, it reported an $883,000 loss. Its stock, which trades as an over-the-counter security, was selling for less than a penny on August 31. Its 52-week high was 2.8 cents. But Parscale said he’s convinced there is growing interest in companies that align themselves with Christian values. “I think the patriot economy is surging in America,” he said. “I think you’re seeing it happening this year, and you’re going to see it grow even more in 2024.”
We have now 9 more employees...hopefully we'll get next Q soon and good numbers...these prices are bargain imho...GLTA.
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4s almost here
Don't see it bearish convergence
Nope it's officially bearish
shoud absolutely happen, great increase in revenue and expenses cut way down. there are stocks here in pinky land that havnt filed financials in months let alone have 2 million in revenue for 1 quarter.
looking very very promising.
absolutely headed in the right direction. $1 million more in revenue, huge cut in expenses and
lots of cash to continue..so the question becomes how many other companies have this kind of quarterly revenue with a price under .01 ... we are ready to move up now that we have filed and thngs look better and better.
Have they filed? Rebound tomorrow?
People were worried they would not file their 10q before the deadline today and fall to expert market.
Why is there a dump today? What’s wrong?
Loaded up some .007s on the dump today. Nice increase in revenue in q1 from last year. More importantly the yield sign will drop and bring us current again. Campaign season 2024 could be big for aiad with the Trump parscale connection. We will see.
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Guess you didn't...good luck chasing...MONSTER run coming...;O)
Lol they better get control of cash flow and that burn rate
Looks good doubled revenue
well i think that says it, wonder who is throwing that 10,000,000 buy on shares is, it showed up again today.
50 dma has held well, 10 dma floating nicely above the 50. Just need a little catalyst, like 1st quarter earnings report. Where is it??
Yep...looking for a spike here soon though...we'll see...GLTA.
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