| 7:39 pm on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)|
You cannot use G and Y! on the same page. The site your mentioning might be flying under the radar. Eventually it will be detected.
| 8:49 pm on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)|
I wish they'd allow it -
Let me put it this way... if it was allowed, many of us could literally double our revenue overnight.
| 8:53 pm on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Google probably feels (not without reason) that, if you're going to use a second block of text ads, it might as well be an AdSense ad unit.
| 9:11 pm on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)|
|Let me put it this way... if it was allowed, many of us could literally double our revenue overnight. |
i am not sure if you meant this literally, but if you did, i disagree. adding a second block from another network might improve results slightly, but i doubt the result would be anything close to 2X.
| 9:52 pm on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Then let me be more specific please - MY revenue would double if I could show both networks on the same page.
For me - YPN pays a helluva lot more than Chitika, and Chitika managed to eek its way back onto my website now that their audit process is done daily (and their statistics improved slightly)
So for now, on my 2 ad pages - For half of my pageviews I'm using Google with Chitika (because the Google 2nd ad blocks were paying extremely poorly in terms of EPC... and bringing down the value of the #1 ad block)
Yahoo gets the other half of the pageviews and gets 2 ad blocks.
| 10:11 pm on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)|
same page is no no. same site is ok right? as long as it's not on the same page? i was reading their terms and it's too much legal mumbo jumbo for me.
| 11:09 pm on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)|
as web_sense has pointed out "Because I am following one of the leading website does it on their web pages for week's"
He did say "leading website" and I have also noticed this on another "leading website", I think you will find that certain sites will be allowed to do this and when I say certain I mean very few sites.
imagine a site that gets 500,000 unique visitors a day and it displays google adds? you can imagine the money they are making, now if that site decides that it wants to try out the yahoo adds I have no doubt that instead of google telling them they cannot have both they will allow them to try along side google adds.
the only other option is that google will be droped from that site for either a short period (if yahoo doesnt pay well) or permenant if yahoo does pay well, im sure the safest bet for google would be to allow the adds along side yahoo, cant think google would risk loosing a 500,000 uniques a day puplisher can you?
like I said this is for certain sites and not for most of us on her.
| 1:43 am on Jan 24, 2006 (gmt 0)|
YPN ads fall are considered competitive ads, as any other contextually targeted ads, or ads that mimic Google ads in appearance. For a more detailed description, see our policies page ([google.com ]) 'Competitive ads and services'.
While you can use both AdSense and YPN on the same site, our program policies prohibit publishers from using them on the same page.