|Introducing the Google Display Network|
|To make our display media offerings clearer to advertisers and agencies so that we can continue to bring more display spend to your sites, we’re creating a new umbrella name for all these properties, the Google Display Network. |
The Google Display Network will comprise all of the sites where advertisers can buy ads through Google, including the over one million AdSense and DoubleClick Ad Exchange partners as well as YouTube and Google properties such as Google Finance, Gmail, Google Maps, and Blogger. As an AdSense publisher you’re already part of the Google Display Network. We’re not making any changes to how AdSense works, so no action is required on your part.
[edited by: tedster at 11:21 pm (utc) on Jun 18, 2010]
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My thoughts are that it's Saturday morning and I'm still working on my coffee. In a little bit I have to run to Walmart and buy dog food and a quart of oil. That's always the high point of my day.
After that I have to mow grass. That'll take the rest of the morning and by the time I'm finished I'll be ready for a beer, which I'll certainly drink.
Then I'll take a look at this earth shattering new development from my favorite borg look-alike company.
I hope it's good.
|. . no action is required on your part. |
THAT statement is highly debatable.
Do you like ultra low-paying ads?
Do you like low-quality ads with poor grammar and spelling?
Do you like wiggling, gyrating Flash ads?
Do you like "Interest-Based Ads" that provide microscopic, continuously dropping CTR, mostly from companies you have never heard of?
Do you like looking at your status bar, and seeing "waiting for ads.doubleclick" for many seconds, over and over again?
Do you like . . (insert what you don't like here).
"No action is required" - so just smile, and go with the flow. What is best for you, has already been decided. Rocking the boat could cost you money.
"No action is required" = "we opted you in, haha".
off topic, this gave me a good laugh. Classic fail, some spammer is spamming Blogspot with 20 links for some boot site he owns. Ummm, probably want to filter the adsense blog buddy, your comment is sure to draw the wrong kind of attention as the top comment on Google posts. oi.