|Forum: Yahoo Publisher Contextual Advertising Network|
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|6:|| YPN Enhances Ads For Improved Performance|
"We've been doing some tinkering under the bonnet recently, so some of you may notice a few changes in your ads."
|Sept 20, 2006|
|7:|| Yahoo Does Bebo Ad Deal|
"Yahoo announced on Wednesday an exclusive partnership with Bebo to manage display advertising on the social-networking Web site in Britain and Ireland, giving it access to more than 11 million sought-after users."
|Sept 12, 2007|
|8:|| Yahoo Names Click Fraud Czar|
"Yahoo has promoted one of its staff attorneys to an executive-level position that is akin to being click fraud czar at the second largest Web search provider."
|Mar 22, 2007|
|9:|| Yahoo Panama Ads Charge by Quality of Ad Audience|
"...new pricing feature for customers of its recently upgraded Web search advertising system that allows them to pay for online ads based on the quality of each site's audience."
|June 5, 2007|
|10:|| Yahoo Publisher Network Launches Direct Deposit|
In addition to direct deposit, Yahoo specifies a day of the month when the transfer will occur.
|May 20, 2006|
|11:|| Yahoo Publisher Network To Close April 30, 2010|
"Yahoo has ended its Publisher Network beta - and the program overall."
|Mar 31, 2010|
|12:|| Yahoo YPN Ads Limits Three Ads Per Page|
Fresh update from YPN.
|Feb 6, 2007|
|13:|| Yahoo YPN Launches Wednesday|
"Yahoo is planning to launch on Wednesday an ad network for small Web publishers intended to strengthen its hand against rival Google..."
|Aug 2, 2005|
|14:|| Yahoo to Buy Ad Company Right Media|
"Yahoo plans to acquire Right Media, a privately held company that runs an advertising marketplace, in part to bolster its position as a seller and broker of ads outside its own sprawling network of Web sites, the companies' chief executives said yesterday."
|Apr 30, 2007|
|15:|| Yahoo! YPN Offers PayPal as a Payment Option for Publishers|
"Today at Yahoo! Publisher Network we're pleased, and I mean pleased, to announce that publishers in our network now have the option to be paid via PayPal, rather than by check or by electronic funds transfer."
|May 30, 2007|