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YPN is to Overture as Adsense is to Adwords?

     
5:40 pm on May 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Has any information been released that YPN is to Overture as Adsense is to Adwords?

Meaning, YPN will be using the Overture advertisers database? Or will they introduce a new system?

2:10 pm on May 10, 2005 (gmt 0)

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I assume YPN will use Overture's advertisers base. It's already there.
6:50 pm on May 14, 2005 (gmt 0)

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What's the latest on YPN?

Thank you

7:26 pm on May 16, 2005 (gmt 0)

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What's the latest on YPN?

Nothing much as of yet... They have yet to send out an email about the new service, and there is not much else known about it.

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11:17 am on May 17, 2005 (gmt 0)

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On Yahoo's signup page I noticed that at least 20 million page views are required to become a publisher. Looks like adsense will be left with the lower performing sites, unless they allow using both adsense and Yahoo on the same pages.

Such as a banner for one and blocks for the other. I am looking to dump one of my lower paying adservers---not adsense though, lol

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Looks like adsense will be left with the lower performing sites, unless they allow using both adsense and Yahoo on the same pages.

Google won't even allow its ads on the same site with other contextual ads if these ads can minic the Adsense ads.

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actually it doesn't say that:

"Customized solutions are available for companies that generate more than two million Web searches or 20 million page views monthly."

This is probably equivalent to the premium service for adsense

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"Google won't even allow its ads on the same site with other contextual ads if these ads can minic the Adsense ads"

I can understand them wanting to protect themselves, but I think the effect they're having is that they're just pissing people off. They want exclusivity...but the targeting goess "off" quite regularly and epc bounces around like a pinpong ball. Also, smart pricing is pretty much a joke.

 

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