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Yahoo! Publisher Network



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RankSurge
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- Just got my acceptance email and I'm setting them up on the site now...


can't wait to see what they pay

...and how much someone pays for the word "Google" in their ads...


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Post Tue Oct 04, 2005 2:49 pm
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Andrew
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Hey cool. Cool

Please keep us posted with your impressions so we can see how YPN is doing.

Specifically I'd like to know about the useability of their publisher interface, and how earning compares to AdSense.

Did you just sign-up, or did you sign-up way back?
Post Tue Oct 04, 2005 9:12 pm
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I signed up for the program about 3 weeks ago -

Results?

I only had my ads up for about 1/2 of the day yesterday:

88 Ad Unit Impressions
1 Click
$4.41


WOOT WOOT (My site serves a ton of ads with Google in it, methinks that's the high payout)

I like their layout better than adsense - for example instead of going to another page to show you how your ads will look, they use a pop-up instead (and it got right past my 2 pop-up blockers Eyebrow)

They both have the same options, although I must admit that Adsense has more ad layout options. Yahoo has no text links yet.

One cool feature is called "Ad Targeting" where you select the type of ads you want served on your site, and you can assign them to "categories" (the equal to channels in Adsense) for tracking purposes.

The best part is, for my other sites which have many topics, I can easily target and track ads specifically for that content.

They have a feature where you can submit your rss feeds while in the admin console which is handy...

They payout once you get to $100, and work on an Internet 45 day schedule.

If you have a Yahoo Search Marketing account (Overture) you can even transfer funds you make form the Publishing network right into your PPC funds. Nice feature, but I'll never use it!


;)


If anyone has any other questions, drop me a line.


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Post Wed Oct 05, 2005 1:06 pm
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Is this still in Beta?


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Sounds nice :) Are they still paying out highly?

I love the sound of being able to transfer funds... I might try this out.

Can you run google on one half of your site and yahoo on a subdomain to test it out, or do they want exclusivity?


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Post Fri Oct 28, 2005 12:23 pm
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Still in Beta, and they want exclusive per page, I think.

I've only been running it for about 12 hours, but it's looking good so far.

The thing that kills me is their narfed-up terms and conditions. You aren't allowed to display ads to visitors outside of the US. Unbelieveable. I don't really want to get in the business of filtering ads by some IP to country lookup, why couldn't they just make it require mostly US audience, or filter the damn ads themselves... ;)
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The thing that kills me is their narfed-up terms and conditions. You aren't allowed to display ads to visitors outside of the US. Unbelieveable. I don't really want to get in the business of filtering ads by some IP to country lookup, why couldn't they just make it require mostly US audience, or filter the damn ads themselves... ;)

So, how the hell are you handling this?


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Post Fri Nov 04, 2005 4:39 am
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I'm not. SEOforGoogle, you?
Post Fri Nov 04, 2005 5:54 am
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Well it was all sounding good until the bit about only showing ads to US citizens. Not much use for my mainly UK sites Rolling Eyes

Not sure how you could check nationality though - In my stats pages, I show up as a US visitor, even though I'm in the UK - guess it depends on ownership of your IP...


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I am loving YPN's payout my issue is they don't have enough ads for me to display them without having repeats which means my CTR goes down and then the payout doesn't make it worth it... It is a good alternative... If they would just have more ads i would do more shifting to YPN! :)


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Do advertisers advertise via old overture or there is new interface?


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Post Tue Nov 08, 2005 8:10 pm
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- I don't worry about outside the US visitors, this is the World Wide Web, and for me to limit my audience is to "Google" for me....


As far as I know, advertisers are forced to use the new interface. But I could be wrong Eyebrow


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Post Fri Nov 18, 2005 11:48 am
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What is the new advertiser interface?

I think there is only Overture rebranded YSM...
Post Fri Nov 18, 2005 2:09 pm
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If you are talking about the Yahoo Search Marketing, I have no idea: I don't use it - I was talking about the Yahoo Publisher interface. Mr. Green


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Post Fri Nov 18, 2005 3:15 pm
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Here's a tip for YPN users.

I thought they had removed the channel reporting capability for several days now, after adding the ability to view RSS ad stats, but as it turns out, you have to select the (non-default) Websites Only option, then you can get the channel options and channel-based reporting.

On a more general topic...

I feel that if YPN had the relevancy of AdSense, I'd be rich... Neutral
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