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3-4 Months more to wait until its Launch

Testing Testing and Testing

6:13 pm on Aug 3, 2005 (gmt 0)

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We have to wait 3-4 months more to its Full launch.
Don't know what its taking Yahoo too long to test its system. They have the system there Overture, but whats the problem. I waited desperately for much time. Today I was very happy that the Yahoo Publisher Networking is Launched. I opened publisher.yahoo.com clicked on the signup link, and a sentence came infront of me, Only US Publishers until its beta, I am not a US person, what do I do?, wait and eat potato chips.
Yahoo is taking such a long time to lauch its product which is already there (Overture). After this time Yahoo must come out with something better than Google Adsense.
7:02 pm on Aug 3, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Naw, they're just being careful, as they should. So much will be riding on doing it right, that Yahoo probably just wants to make sure as many bugs are worked out as possible. That's the primary reason for beta testing. Since AdSense is the top dog (only dog), they know they must present a reputable product right out of the gate, or they won't attract advertisers who stick around.
3:33 pm on Aug 4, 2005 (gmt 0)

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I think the orher reason is: Its not important to get publishers only they also need advertisers otherwise all publishers will get PSA's and they will leave.

Yahoo Knows everyone is going to try them which means almost billions of pages showing ads....are their so many ad ready to be shown.

So I think it will grow slowly but I am sure they will take more pubs very soon.


8:43 am on Aug 5, 2005 (gmt 0)

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But they already have a very large pool of advertisers.....Overture!

They will just point those ads to there new,"Yahoosense"