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AdSense ads for specific sites

Msg#: 39 posted 3:50 am on Jun 22, 2003 (gmt 0)

As the editor/publisher of a content site, I'd like the ability to have a "Buy an ad" link for Adsense on my site.

When the prospective advertiser clicked on the link, he'd be taken to a Google AdWords form that would allow him to:

1) Buy an AdWord only for my site;

2) Buy an Adword for my site plus Google Search;

3) Buy an Adword for my site, Google Search, and the entire AdSense network.

This would be great for me, because I have no desire to get into advertising sales but would like a way to sell ads.

It would also be good for Google, because it would provide Google with referrals and it would promote sales of AdWords on content sites.



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Msg#: 39 posted 5:48 am on Jun 22, 2003 (gmt 0)

Yes, I think this is what the "ads by google" link should do.

As an aside, could someone with both an adwords account and a site with AdSense ads please try this out :

Find a sentence that is only on your page, and place an adwords ad for that keyword as a phrase, and bid high to make sure it shows. Does it show? If so, then it's an easy way to tell people how to advertise on your site.


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Msg#: 39 posted 6:20 am on Jun 22, 2003 (gmt 0)

Yes, I'd like this too.

There's going to be a huge quality (relative to any specific AdWords advertiser's goals) range in AdSense sites.

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