|Displaying Topics 41 - 80 (108 total) Sorted by: Thread-Subject, Direction: forward|
|41:|| Ebay Forms Affiliate Network: eBay Partner Network|
"The new platform will go live on April 1st, 2008 PST, at which point eBay will no longer be running its affiliate program through Commission Junction."
|Mar 17, 2008|
|42:|| Ebay To Launch New Contextual System||June 11, 2006|
|43:|| Economic Downturn Will Not Hit Online Ad Spending|
"A new report from Sanford C. Bernstein Research claims to provide more evidence of online advertising's resilience in the face of an economic downturn, which the investment bank considers increasingly likely."
|Nov 15, 2007|
|44:|| FTC Charges Companies for Affiliate Spam|
"The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has charged seven companies with violating... provisions of the CAN-SPAM Act as a result of activity by their marketing affiliates, the commission announced yesterday."
|July 21, 2005|
|45:|| Fast Search & Transfer Launches Contextual Advertising Program|
"FAST AdMomentum, a private-label contextual advertising and monetization platform for online media companies, retailers and telecommunications service providers."
|Feb 8, 2007|
|46:|| Finding Good Affiliate Niches|
Finding niches with good ROI.
|Aug 9, 2002|
|47:|| Finding Publishers Willing to Run Banners?|
There seems to be a trend back to banners this year. Most of it seems to be outside of any banner networks and going direct with publishers.
|Sept 10, 2002|
|48:|| For those who crank 'em out..|
"There's always been debate over which is better: 1,000 5-page sites, or 5 1,000-page sites. I don't want to spark this argument again, because it seems like both methods can (and do) work. My question is specifically for the people who make their money by making lots of sites that make $1-2/day and just keep cranking out additional sites rather than enhancing the ones they already have."
|Apr 25, 2005|
|49:|| Google Prepping Syndicated Advertising|
"...Google's new syndication program will put your ad on several popular sites, which means more new users see your ad -- increasing your reach to a wider audience of potential customers across the Web."
|Dec 29, 2001|
|50:|| Google Referal Program: $20 for New Accounts||Feb 2, 2005|
|51:|| Google Says AdBrite Ads Are Allowed on the Same Page as AdSense|
"... ads that are sold directly by the publisher are ok to display with AdSense, which would include AdBrite."
|Apr 4, 2005|
|52:|| Google sales chief says still testing display ads|
"Web search leader Google Inc.'s global sales chief sidestepped questions on Tuesday over whether its foray into graphical display advertising has been a disappointment, saying the effort remains in testing mode."
|June 14, 2006|
|53:|| House Passes Bill to Restrict Internet Poker|
"The biggest losers could be the estimated 23 million Americans who play poker over the Internet. "This bill would needlessly make outlaws of the millions of adult Americans who enjoy online poker, and is the latest example of how our representatives in Congress are ignoring real issues facing our country..."
|July 12, 2006|
|54:|| How Do You Hide Affliate Links?|
With affiliate competitors becoming increasingly aggressive, webmasters are looking for ways to hide the fact they are an affiliate.
|Jan 28, 2003|
|55:|| How Do You Promote Your Affiliate Site?|
"It's been bothering me for a while that certain AM networks talk to their publisher communities as if everyone is doing PPC and there isn't an alternative."
|Jan 31, 2007|
|56:|| How Much Will Pop-Ups Upset Customers?|
"You throw in a pop under for additional revenue?"
|June 11, 2002|
|57:|| How do I get quality conversion rates?|
Converting high search engine referral rates into actual sales.
|Oct 7, 2002|
|58:|| Improving Conversion Rates|
Tidbits from the field.
|Apr 30, 2003|
|59:|| Improving Conversions When Site Content Quality Is Very Informative|
"The content is extremely well written, very unique, and gives a very honest perspective on the topic. The problem is monetizing it."
|Nov 16, 2009|
|60:|| Internet Advertising: First Half of 2008 Up 15.2% from Same Period 2007|
"Internet advertising revenues (U.S.) for the first six months of 2008 were $11.5 billion, setting yet another new half-year record that represents a 15.2 percent increase over the first half of 2007. The second quarter of '08 was up 12.8% over the same period of 2007 and showed a slight decline of 0.3% from the first quarter."
|Oct 7, 2008|
|61:|| Kanoodle Kontext Advertising Program||Dec 17, 2003|
|62:|| L.L. Bean Sues After Name Triggers AdWare Popups|
"Using our trademarked name as a trigger to which you want to serve your ads causes customer confusion and crosses the line into trademark infringement."
|May 19, 2004|
|63:|| LA Times Presses Big Companies on Spyware Ads|
"Blue-chip companies are sponsoring more than TV shows and golf tournaments to promote their products: They are inadvertently underwriting computer spyware too."
|May 11, 2005|
|64:|| Litigation Possible for Web Ad Blocking Add-Ons|
"If ad-blockers become so common that they slice away at publishers' revenues, "I absolutely would expect to see litigation in this area," said John Palfrey, executive director of Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet and Society."
|Sept 14, 2007|
|65:|| Losing Affiliate Commissions to Merchant's Phone Number|
"... almost all of the merchants had a phone number on the page. Some merchants had the number very prominantly displayed in the basket."
|July 9, 2005|
|66:|| Losing Affiliate Commissions to Merchant's Phone Number|
Great tips on getting every last conversion out of the merchant when they have a phone number on the converting page.
|July 7, 2005|
|67:|| Major Cities Sue Online Travel Agents - Travelocity -Orbitz - Expedia|
"Several cities around the country have sued Web-based travel clearinghouses such as Expedia, Travelocity and Orbitz, claiming they have failed to pay millions of dollars in hotel taxes."
|May 13, 2006|
|68:|| MySpace Sold for $580 Million to Rupert Murdoch|
"News Corp on Monday said it would buy Intermix Media Inc. owner of the popular MySpace.com social networking site, for $580 million in a move to expand the media conglomerate's Internet offerings."
|July 19, 2005|
|69:|| New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer Sues Intermix Over Spyware|
"Spitzer's civil suit accuses Intermix of violating state General Business Law provisions against false advertising and deceptive business practices. He also accuses them of trespass under New York common law."
|Apr 28, 2005|
|70:|| Off Line Advertising|
From classifieds to bumper stickers, what offline marketing works?
|Nov 4, 2002|
|71:|| Online Ad Sales Nearly $10 Billion, Up 27%|
"The top 50 sites accounted for more than 90% of the revenue from online advertising spending in the first half of the year, and the top 10 sites accounted for 70%, according to the study."
|Oct 5, 2007|
|72:|| Online Advertising Spend: Predictions|
"Next year online ad spending will increase by 29 percent, it predicts. By 2011, the company predicts, $42 billion will be spent in advertising online. That will only be a 12 percent increase from 2010."
|Dec 13, 2007|
|73:|| Online Gambling Gone Wild: U.S. Crackdown Sparks Offshore Boom|
"Far from slowing its growth, a government crackdown on online gambling has sent many sites offshore, and many others underground. But it's a good bet that Internet poker will remain a booming industry."
|Mar 30, 2007|
|74:|| Orange Teams Up With OpenX To Launch Orange Ad Market In Europe|
"Orange, the key brand from Europe's third-largest telecom, and OpenX, an open-source ad server, are teaming up to challenge Google's DoubleClick in the European ad exchange market."
|Mar 31, 2010|
|75:|| Pfizer and Microsoft Sue Viagra Spam Rings|
"The lawsuits specifically target what Microsoft and Pfizer characterize as "international spam rings." Pfizer took legal action alleging trademark violations against companies or individuals operating 10 Web sites..."
|Feb 12, 2005|
|76:|| Popup Ads Patent Granted.|
ExitExchange has received a patent on popup based advertising.
|June 3, 2002|
|77:|| Publisher IDG Launching Private Ad Exchange|
IDG, publisher of technology titles such as Computerworld, Macworld and PCWorld, has formed its own private advertising exchange consisting of 450 tech-focused websites into which a select group of advertisers will be able to buy advertising.[br][br]The private exchange, called TechMediaExchange.com, will launch in February and represent 90 million unique viewers and a billion impressions.[br][br]"We don't want just anybody to be a part of this," said Peter Longo, CEO of IDG's Networks division.
|Jan 13, 2011|
|78:|| Publishers Debate Automated Ad Networks|
"Top Web publishers are planning a revolt. Even as more prominent sites experiment with selling remnant inventory through online ad networks, and in some cases ad exchanges, ESPN.com is saying thanks, but no thanks."
|Mar 25, 2008|
|79:|| Question of Day: What is the Best Way to Recruit Affiliates?|
"How do I get potential affiliates to even look at my product?"
|Dec 26, 2010|
|80:|| Quigo Announces Major Advertising Deal with Time Inc.|
WebmasterWorld Exclusive: Story and interview with Quigo CEO Michael Yavonditte on Quigo's landing of a deal estimated at worth $100 million. One of the largest independent (non search) advertising deals in recent history.
|June 25, 2007|