| 7:21 pm on May 24, 2009 (gmt 0)|
Have you looked at Google Ad Manager? Also, Microsoft's pubCenter is in beta. I am using Ad Manager, and I was just accepted into the pubCenter beta (but I haven't looked into it too deeply).
| 7:53 pm on May 24, 2009 (gmt 0)|
I have not tried the Google Ad Manager. How do you find it? Is it good?
| 7:53 pm on May 28, 2009 (gmt 0)|
Well, I got Ad Manager to work, but I haven't put in the time to really understand it. So, I'm not terribly happy with its interface and I don't really understand some of the terminology. That's my fault, though. Originally, the documentation was lacking, but I think that has been remedied lately and I really need to take a look at it. If you are familiar with this type of thing, then I think that you will find it very easy to use. I just have no prior experience with ad-serving platforms.
| 5:46 pm on Jun 1, 2009 (gmt 0)|
Thanks for that mayest!
| 1:22 pm on Jun 2, 2009 (gmt 0)|
Google's Ad Manager is pretty good. Plus you can't beat free!
I like the feature that allows you to forecast your inventory, so you can provide an estimate of how many impressions you have available in a certain region or state(s) for a potential client.
| 7:24 pm on Jun 4, 2009 (gmt 0)|
I have used Google AdManager and I like that it's free and that they're willing to host and serve the creative. It has taken some time for their documentation to build out but you can find an answer to about anything now. There are some good tutorials to help get you started as well.
One reason why I think you should go with Google AdManager is because you can allow Google AdSense ads to compete with your own inventory if you set a cpm or cpc value and opt-in to allow Google AdSense to compete.