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Yahoo Publishers Alert Service

Yahoo wants to alert publishers

     
4:43 am on Apr 11, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Check this: [publisher.yahoo.com...]

I guess yahoo is not about the launch a program for publishers. It is building an opt-in list of publishers.

Mod, please move the post in correct category, if wrongly placed.

11:33 am on Apr 11, 2005 (gmt 0)

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you've got a typo in there. what are you trying to say?
11:45 am on Apr 11, 2005 (gmt 0)

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This has been discussed a lot in the Yahoo Advertising Network forum:
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sorry for the typo.

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Check this: [publisher.yahoo.com...]

I guess yahoo is noW about the launch a program for publishers. It is building an opt-in list of publishers.

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I have a feeling it may be pretty soon.

I know of an affiliate site that has the ads showing.

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if it's coming out soon, there's no buzz about it

if the site that was mentioned is the one I'm thinking of, they say "ads by yahoo".

One author of an interesting article seems to think yahoo will offer a defined percentage split. The same article said that, in other areas (print I suppose) where an agency brings the advertiser and publisher together, that agency typically gets only 15-20 percent.

I know, I know, people like to say that google pays out 70 odd percent to publishers. I don't think that's true for most small publishers, though, even for the ones who dominate their serps and are dead on with relevant content. If yahoo does offer transparency and an openly defined percentage, watch for many publishers to openly bolt from adsense

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Has anyone who signed up in heard from them? Actually it looks like you are simply giving your email so they can let you know when it is launched.
3:25 pm on Apr 11, 2005 (gmt 0)

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I signed up. No News from them.
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I signed up as well and they sent e an email stating they had some exciting developments coming.
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if the site that was mentioned is the one I'm thinking of, they say "ads by yahoo".

It's a medium rectangle box, 3 text ads and says "sponsered ads by yahoo"

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wrong. you must be looking at a different site because i'm looking right at it as of this moment. it says "ads by yahoo"
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and the one i'm looking at is a skyscraper that for some reason only has two of the four or five blocks filled with ads