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Does Yahoo Have A Ppc Program?

Discussion in 'Yahoo' started by problog, Jan 29, 2013.

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    I am wondering if yahoo offers a good PPC program and if I should try it on some of my sites. Is it better than adsense? There must be someone out there trying to compete with adsense's high pay rate and is yahoo the place or should I try others? As far as I am concerned adsense is king, every other program I have tried has low pay rates compared to adsense like chitika and adbrite.
    SEMrush
    If anyone can help me out or give me some advice with yahoo please do!

    Thanks!
     
    problog, Jan 29, 2013 IP
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  2. zoomx

    zoomx Well-Known Member

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    Nope, not anymore, Yahoo has teamed up with Bing, and they are now called Microsoft Adcenter.

    It's pretty good actually, I've seen good results, low prices ang great CTR, you should check em out :)

    Cheers,
    Stephen
     
    zoomx, Jan 29, 2013 IP
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    FPForum, Jan 29, 2013 IP
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    problog Active Member

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    Are people easily accepted into the program or does it require that you have a large site? I have some small start up sites I want some ad income from.

    Thanks!
     
    problog, Jan 31, 2013 IP
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    FPForum Notable Member

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    From my experience they are looking more at your niche then the age/traffic of your site..I had a friend apply with an older site and was declined..My girlfriend applied with one of her newer sites (in a different niche) and was accepted..So it doesn't appear that they are going by age/traffic - but more by what your niche is compared to the advertisers they have for each niche.
     
    FPForum, Jan 31, 2013 IP
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    problog Active Member

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    Alright thanks for giving me this insight!
     
    problog, Feb 1, 2013 IP
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    In yahoo PPC program you would submit your site one by one not like google. And not all niche is accepted in yahoo PPC program. At present they only accept below category site:
    Automotive, Business, Beauty and Fashion, E-commerce, Education, Employment, Entertainment, Finance, Food, Health, Home Improvement, Local, Men, Real Estate, Shopping, Technology, Travel and Women.

    And revenue is not good like google.
     
    dilpearl, Feb 1, 2013 IP
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    you can try Facebook, 7search and Plenty of Fish too.
     
    jimp74, Feb 20, 2013 IP
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    sem-profiteer Active Member

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    No, no -- Yahoo's PPC program is BING, media.net
     
    sem-profiteer, Feb 21, 2013 IP
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    spider_web Greenhorn

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    Bing is the ppc program of Yahoo .
     
    spider_web, Mar 18, 2013 IP
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    You may like to check this as well

    advertising.yahoo.com
     
    MikeQ, Mar 26, 2013 IP
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    vna1611 Well-Known Member

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    Great info here
    thnx all for sharing
    regards
     
    vna1611, Mar 27, 2013 IP
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    Yes..it does but ..only works with premium publishers.
     
    sumdor, Mar 27, 2013 IP
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    Zeeshan Aamir Khan Greenhorn

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    I heard about about Yahoo too but unfortunately you have to have a Monstrous traffic site to get it through their requirements...
     
    Zeeshan Aamir Khan, May 9, 2013 IP
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    Yahoo has no such program and while it be a part of Microsoft family then you should try the Bing ads. Just search query "Bing Ads" and you will reached the Bing Ads website. Bing Ads give you the option that if you are new to Ads then start with new campaign else you have Google Ads then you should transfer it to Bing. It has nice pricing and simple interface to use.
     
    John Michael, Jun 7, 2013 IP
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    You can get some decent coupons if you have not advertised on bing/adcenter before.. Just do a search for it.
     
    CarlinB, Jul 3, 2013 IP
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    GhostbusterB Peon

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    medianet (yahoo/bing) is the next best for income its about half the income but the payments are better because the offer paypal
     
    GhostbusterB, Jul 12, 2013 IP