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AdSense For Video (Beta) Rolled Out To US Publishers

     
4:19 pm on Feb 22, 2008 (gmt 0)

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we've decided that AdSense for video will use the InVideo ads adopted on our own property, YouTube, which enable advertisers to make a single buy at scale. Also competing in the auction - and unique to AdSense for video and AdSense video units - are text overlay ads which are contextually targeted to signals in your videos and on the page where the video lives. The InVideo ads are paid on a CPM basis, while the text overlay ads are paid on a CPC basis.
AdSense For Video (Beta) Rolled Out To US Publishers [adsense.blogspot.com]

According to Google, publishers need to be serving at least one million video streams per month, on English langauge sites to apply for the beta.

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5:34 pm on Feb 22, 2008 (gmt 0)

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There are enough advertising options available already. It's hard to get excited about this, but I am, a little, I think.

Actually, i'm more interested in learning how they know how many video streams the average site is serving. I could serve up 10 million this month despite having shown none last month, THAT'S how many options we have available to draw traffic these days.