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Blocked Domains feature launching October 2007

Discussion in 'Yahoo Search Marketing' started by YahooPete, Oct 1, 2007.

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    Hi there,

    As an advertiser, you want quality traffic –qualified clicks from users most likely to become customers. Our new Blocked Domains feature, planned for launch later this month, is just one of several ways Yahoo! is working to improve the value of the traffic that we deliver to you.
    SEMrush
    Yahoo! Blocked Domains:

    •Can block your ads from up to 250 web sites
    •Works with Sponsored Search and Content Match
    •Blocks sites on your entire account
    •Complements pricing discounts

    We’ve posted a more detailed article on the new features on our Yahoo! Search Marketing blog: http://www.ysmblog.com/blog/2007/10/01/driving-traffic-quality/

    All the best,
    YahooPete
     
    YahooPete, Oct 1, 2007 IP
    SEMrush
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    andrej Notable Member

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    Well, it's about damn time, Yahoo! Google AdWords has offered a domain-blocking feature since the day that AdWords launched several years ago!

    Yahoo has purposely delayed launching this feature because Yahoo has profitted tremendously from the dirty revenue generated by thousands of bogus sites that pay people from poor, third-world countries to click on links all day.

    You're not fooling anyone, Yahoo! Shame on you for taking so long! Was the public pressure FINALLY too much to bear, especially considering Yahoo's internal strife and terrible position in the stock market?
     
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    joebloggs Peon

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    er, yeah, google have had this feature for some time.
     
    joebloggs, Oct 4, 2007 IP
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    andrej Notable Member

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    I wonder how can I set this up? - to get my ads showing on Yahoo.com only? I don't see the option anywhere in the admin panel.

    Anyone got it working?
     
    andrej, Oct 5, 2007 IP
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    But 250 URLs is too low... need more :)
     
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