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MSN for Publishers I think it's called AdContent: any news? Erku
Does anyone know when MSN is going to unwail it's program for publishers? I think it's called AdCenter. Looks like they already signed a contract with Facebook.
Hi Erku, I can't comment a lot about this, except to say later this fall, adCenter will be running a pilot for our contextual-based advertising option. Stay tuned. :)
Thanks a lot. If you would like to sticky me for participating in that, we would be interested. WE have good volum all-content size in a particular industry.
looking forward to that :)
edited by: Tomseys at 11:26 am (utc) on Aug. 30, 2006] powerstar
I can't comment a lot about this, except to say later this fall, adCenter will be running a pilot for our contextual-based advertising option
here we go...
I Hope you will allow us to select or deselect your contextual partners like Google and not force us to take them like Yahoo
MSN sent out invitations this week for ContentAds [ publications.mediapost.com] Sanjar
Can you plz Guide me that when Publisher are able to Join Adcenter? Approx time plz
I am very Exited about it.
Thanks for spending your valuable time for us.
edited by: Sanjar at 2:56 am (utc) on Sep. 3, 2006] Receptional
The content ads invitation is not for third party sites - it is for distributing existing ads across other Microsoft web properties. (I'm just speculating here, but I'd guess MSNBC would be a good place to start)
We're all going to have to wait a while yet before an Adsense competitor comes to the table...