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VectorJ




msg:3713822
 2:12 pm on Aug 2, 2008 (gmt 0)

Can anyone point me toward a service that works like this:

I send a request to the service containing keywords, and the service returns a list of ads (rather than ads being delivered contextually based on the page content). I know the service exists for large companies, but I'm brand new to this and am unsure where to start.

Thanks!

 

victorpower




msg:3714501
 3:01 am on Aug 4, 2008 (gmt 0)

you mean automatic search?

VectorJ




msg:3716028
 8:27 pm on Aug 5, 2008 (gmt 0)

I believe it's called a "direct Google/Yahoo advertising feed". Is there any way for an individual to get this sort of functionality? From what I can find online, this sort of service is only available from Yahoo or Google to businesses with lots of money and traffic.

SlimKim




msg:3729646
 11:34 pm on Aug 23, 2008 (gmt 0)

I think what you want is the ability to use a sponsored search providers xml feed for text ads and them allow you to choose which keywords ads are shown for.

The way this often works is you can serve text ads via openx or any number of similar platforms and use an xml feed (there are dozens on my short list) and you can simply rotate through the highest value / highest ctr / most relevant keywords.

The tricky part is partnering with the right feed provider for what you do. Your content, your volume, your traffic's geo, your quality score all come into play.

Am I correct in what you are looking for?

If so, i might be able to point you in the right direction if i knew the aforementioned items about your site.

Yes indeed both Google and Yahoo have such services that are separate from Adsense / YPN and you must meet certain qualifications to use them. There are many alternatives if you don't qualify for those front runners. If you can share more i can steer you better.

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