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5:50 pm on Dec 25, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Here is a link to search the list of sponsored links for a given keyword.

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6:19 pm on Dec 25, 2004 (gmt 0)

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That's an awesome tool. Merry x-mas(happy holidays).
7:31 pm on Dec 25, 2004 (gmt 0)

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What links are displayed? I only see a limited amount of advertisers displayed. When I search for "IBM" two Dutch companies are displayed, while more then two are advertising.
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Thats a cool tool. It can be really usefull I guess... However, adsense is probably using a combination of key words when displaying the ads on a site.

Still, it a good tool to keep track where the money is. Cause when you find a keyword whith tons of advertisres, it probably has high paying keywords. I guess I ll be doing some diging after the break.

I am actually not sure its a good idea for G to put up this tool. Now, adsense optimizing is going to get boosted a notch ;)

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8:55 pm on Dec 25, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Is this for Adsense advertisers only or all adwords advertisers? Anyone knows?

If this is Adwords sponsored links, then this post should go to Adwords forum. if Adsense sponsored links, well, you can choose any keywords you like and test them here first and adjust your web pages..?

9:12 pm on Dec 25, 2004 (gmt 0)

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personally think the title of this thread and the content are very misleading

what you see there are adwords ads by advertisers on the google network without organic serps

these are NOT ads that will show on adsense pages and have little relevance to adsense (imo)

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Hi

I think the title is correct. I have seen the future of Google.

Better links, better content, more revenues.

Google or publishers, I reckon we both earn.

It would change spammers to marketing people overnight.

No pay, no listing. Cool.

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Thanks for the link to sponsored links. Very revealing.

I put in my simple main 3-letter keyword, and only six (6) sites appeared.

Those were real cr** BTW, hawking mindless junk to the credulous.

Is this a discouraging indication for Adsense Ads I might want
to try out on my site? I sure don't want those ads appearing on my pages. - Larry

1:23 am on Dec 26, 2004 (gmt 0)

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The thing is sometimes you think the ads being served on your site are for keyword "keyword keyword" only to find that Adsense is serving you ads from "keyword keyword keyword".
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Interesting find. The following searches provide the same results in the same order:
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I would not go so far as to say the sponsoredlinks query is revealing anything new but at least it's a new toy to play with.
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Do you think they're ranked by max bid?
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Like Shak said this thread is misleading.

This isn't really a tool at all, it was added by google as a destination page when you click the new "more" link that appears under adwords ads with page 2 ads.

Furthermore, this page shows current ads running for ADWORDS, and many of the advertisers you see will have adsense (content network) shut off so they WILL NOT appear on your pages.

So for those of you looking to 'dig' with this 'tool' it doesn't give you any additional information you didn't have before, just a different way of displaying it.

Oh, and if you do start using this page, please don't click frivolously... It may look less like a sponsored listing but it is still 100% ADWORDS in a different wrapping.

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Now that I think about it google should restrict/redirect this page unless it is intially called from a "more >>" link.
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Now that I think about it google should restrict/redirect this page unless it is intially called from a "more >>" link.

Exactly, what possible use could it have to webmasters to increase their potential? In fact, what possible use does it have to anyone?

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typing <snip> brings an interesting result from Yahoo and eBay.

[edited by: Brett_Tabke at 2:52 pm (utc) on Dec. 27, 2004]
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4:15 am on Dec 27, 2004 (gmt 0)

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link seems to be dead....
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I updated the link in the first message.
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