Brett_Tabke - 4:25 pm on Mar 20, 2007 (gmt 0) Is it me, or does that sound like an affiliate program model?
Google AdWords Press Release [adwords.blogspot.com]
Pay-per-action advertising is a new pricing model that allows you to pay only for completed actions that you define, such as a lead, a sale, or a pageview, after a user has clicked on your ad on a publisher's site. You'll define an action, set up conversion tracking, and create ads that publishers in the Google content network can then choose to place in new ad units on their site. Let's run through the details:
Is it me, or does that sound like an affiliate program model?