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I just put up the code on the new section of my site, cause it's the easiest to modify site-wide. For now the newer content will run the Yahoo ads, and the old stuff will run the Google. We'll see how this goes I suppose; I'm hoping for some nice earnings.
The very first page impression that I gave the ads were quite terrible though, the targeting wasn't even CLOSE. Hopefully Yahoo!s bot will be along soon and will tighten up the ads to something relevant.
What are your experiences with YPN on computery tech sites?
So, I'll give Yahoo! a try for a while and we'll see how it goes.
I am glad to report that it took hardly any time for Yahoo! to get pretty well targeted ads on the main page of my site, the internal pages have yet to update. I hope that they don't all take visits before the Slurp bot for YPN will get relevant ads for them.
We'll see how she goes.
The ads are not close to relevant if you don't have ads targetting, which is what I recommend you should use the ads targetting feature by yahoo and you will get some ads that are close to your niche. you will see your earnigs will make you real happy even with a lower click rate you should be earning 4 times as much from lets say adsense by comparison.
Now, I don't think that all of my pages have been spidered yet, so there's still ads for mortgages and things around on some of the pages; however some of the pages are targeted pretty well.
I'll let it have a few more days, and if it doesn't get substantially better, then Google will promptly be going back on.
After this little promising bit of info I think I'm going to give Yahoo! more ad space and see how tomorrow treats me.
The longer delays for reporting on the Yahoo! network are annoying simply cause I would like to know how the test is going. I imagine after this is all said and done the delays won't matter cause I won't have a need to watch it as much.