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Finding sites to advertise on.
How do you find them?
bouncybunny




msg:1151251
 5:58 am on Jun 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

I am thinking about advertising with adwords and I heard that it is possible to choose a site to advertise on (assuming they run adsense obviously).

Which is great. But other than stumbling across such a site, how does one track down appropriate sites to target.

For example, lets say that I run a firm which provides 'ACME Services'. Now, if I use the normal keyword sensitive adwords advertising, then my adverts will appear all over other sites who specialise in ACME Services.

But this is no use to me. I *do not* want to have my adverts appear on those sites at all. I provide these services to a wide range of corporate clients and so would rather track down adsense publishers who provide 'general business' or 'marketing' news for example.

Is there a way to locate companies of a certian industry type, who are also adsense publishers?

Many thanks for any help.

 

Tinus




msg:1151252
 1:44 pm on Jun 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

I do it in the time consuming way. I type in a relevant keyword in Google and check the first 10 sites if they run Adwords and if they allow PCM.

When there is a faster way it would be nice.

bouncybunny




msg:1151253
 3:08 pm on Jun 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

Thanks Tinus.

Thought I might have been missing something. Would be nice if Google helped us with this somehow.

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