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Google owns Sprinks -- Who feeds into About?
Now that google has swallowed upo Sprinks can
cyanic123

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Msg#: 367 posted 9:10 am on Nov 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hi All

Now that Google has swallowed up Sprinks can anyone tell me which PPC will feed the About guidesites.

We were with Sprinks which fed into About but recently got a message saying that this service has ended - basically take your money somewhere else and go away....?

Any help would be appreciated

Cyanic

 

Chndru

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Msg#: 367 posted 9:17 am on Nov 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

>which PPC will feed the About guidesites.
Is that too difficult to guess?

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lorenbaker

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Msg#: 367 posted 4:39 pm on Nov 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

Google AdWords/AdSense is being served on the old Sprinks accounts- About, Women.com, iVillage.

Ironically, the Google ads may not be as targeted on the Women sites, since ads bought via Sprinks were targeted to the market and site audiences, and not the theme of the article.

I reckon that next step is to overhaul Local Sprinks with Local AdWords. Any news there?

cyanic123

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Msg#: 367 posted 8:03 am on Nov 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hi Chndru: Can't leave this to a guess I'm afraid...

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Hi Lorenbaker

Thanks for your reply...

"I reckon that next step is to overhaul Local Sprinks with Local AdWords. Any news there?"

I agree with this - we were getting targeted traffic on the guidesites that we were focusing on. Not sure of any of the developments though.

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