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This applies to FastClick as this network serves Google as well, I think.
I haven't found an answer to this. So I thought this would be a good topic.
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However, if Google can't supply targeted AdSense ads for a page, is there any reason to believe that it can supply targeted AdWords banners from Tribal Fusion or another ad network?
By specifying an image or ad server of your choice, you can make sure that your advertising space is always being used effectively, either by targeted AdSense ads, or by your own choice of content. However, you may not specify Google ads as your alternate ads.
I believe Tribal Fusion's AdSense would fall under this.
I operate a banner exchange AD network and was told I could not include the 468x60 Adsense ADs in circulation. How is this different than Tribal Fusion.
Does Google make exceptions for some AD networks?
Jenstar, I saw your post and clip it from the TOS, but I am still fuzzy on this.
Also doesn't Tribal Fusion require you place their code on your website to display and serve the ADs? If so this would be in violation of the TOS since you are using additional code to serve up the ADs.
I am certain that these ad networks run AdSense with a special arrangement by AdSense. I believe they are all running through the premium program as well.
- anyway TribalFusion is a middleman
and with lower payout than AdSense and
worse customer service - it' only a question
of time when TribalFusion will go bankrupt,
what I wish it sincerely....