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|adCenter Says - Quadruple Posting A-OK!|
| 3:42 am on Nov 11, 2006 (gmt 0)|
A few weeks ago I submitted a complaint to adCenter alerting them to the fact that an advertiser was quadruple posting.
Their response in a nut shell, 'So what?' There was also some mention of as long as the consumer has options it is o.k.
I was flabbergasted.
Fellow advertisers be forewarned, if one of your competitors decides to throw up a couple, three, 'extra' sites and then boxes you out by dominating the top 4 spots...
MSN is going to do NOTHING.
For the record. Yahoo! has taken the same tact. However, Google with the same information in the same time frame booted 3 of the sites.
Crazy Google, taking care of their advertisers. How do they manage to stay on top?
| 11:04 am on Nov 11, 2006 (gmt 0)|
their policy is definitely 1 post per advertiser per query, it got posted on the adCenter blog yesterday.
Apparently they have got lots of new staff in recently (in England at least) so I bet policy isnt clear to everyone yet.
| 7:46 pm on Nov 11, 2006 (gmt 0)|
As of November 7th, I was still being told the policy was that it was allowed.
My last email to them was yesterday.
Thanks for the info on the blog post, I will follow up over there as well.
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