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I also browsed OAL to get more info but they made it rely on some technology not supported by most browsers.... " aol://1722:keyword/ "
To make sure there is no confusion, can you expand your definition of "AOL keywords" and give us your location?
you are talking about the control-K enter keyword that every AOL slave uses (or types in browser bar)
it is very expensive and you have to contact AOL in VA call their general customer service 800# and ask them for the corporate sales number in VA
I've got the number somewhere in my old manuals so if you don't get anywhere by the end of the weekend just stickymail me and I will go digging
It's been awhile, but unless they've changed it, there is also another avenue which targets the audience via their search patterns. A company
can pay for email to be sent to people who search on their terms. (Feel free to correct me if this no longer exists.)
So a site that sells car accessories would have email sent to people who search on terms such as "car bra," "dash cover," or "car accessories."
also check out:
on that page this looks interesting:
Link consumers directly to your website with targeted interactive banners. You set the price! Starting at $450/mo
where you might meet a human being from AOL:
their marketing newsletter: