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Is this Premuim Publisher or what is it?

Discussion in 'Publisher Network' started by sundaybrew, Aug 26, 2006.

  1. #1
    I was just looking at the following site below,

    Can someone tell me , are those yahoo premium publisher ads?

    The ads right above the text center page

    http://www.swimmingpools101.com/

    How do you publish these type of ads?

    Advertiser links are provided by Yahoo! Search Marketing through its Content Match and Sponsored Search distribution services. Content Match pairs ad listings with related content on this site;
    SEMrush
     
    sundaybrew, Aug 26, 2006 IP
    SEMrush
  2. ArcticPro

    ArcticPro Banned

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    Hmm that is strange. Yahoo has the links differently too with them starting with Yahoo.com while they have their own system.

    Yahoo does have a premium I think you have to get 20 million impressions per month to apply.
     
    ArcticPro, Aug 26, 2006 IP
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    Pepsi Live Banned

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    Yes they have to be a premium publisher. This is the first time i see ads like this. They should be getting a great ctr.
     
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  4. sundaybrew

    sundaybrew Numerati

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    They are really nice ads
     
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    premium indeed, ctr is probably threw the roof
     
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    I don't believe they are YPN ads
     
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    Dude.......are you even reading these posts or just trying to boost post count....

    Read the first post man.....its clearly marked as a yahoo ad.......But I bet you wont be back and see this...cause your just post count boosting
     
    sundaybrew, Aug 26, 2006 IP
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    Claymation Peon

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    #8
    The "What's This" link top right in the ad unit explains what it is...as you point out.
    http://searchmarketing.yahoo.com/

    Sorry I can't help to explain it further.
    Only using YPN on a limited basis as a publisher.
     
    Claymation, Aug 26, 2006 IP
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    I do not think this is YPN either:

    Advertiser links are provided by Yahoo! Search Marketing through its Content Match and Sponsored Search distribution services. Content Match pairs ad listings with related content on this site; Sponsored Search matches listings to search queries from users. The listings are determined by the relevancy of keywords, and the price of advertisers' bids. For additional information on becoming a Yahoo! Search Marketing advertiser, please visit http://searchmarketing.yahoo.com

    I think this is a very old publisher for Overture, which was bought out by Yahoo. Not really a premium publisher for YPN, but its basically the same thing.
     
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    Either way nice ads
     
    sundaybrew, Aug 26, 2006 IP
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    #11
    Those are Yahoo Sponsored Search Listings for strategic partners. Check CNN.com stories and you will see they have overture (not YPN) ads on each news story.

    http://publisher.yahoo.com/sps/sps.php
    http://publisher.yahoo.com/sps/cm.php - Content Match ads

     
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    That's good to know. Who knows? I might one day become a Premium publisher :D
     
    ablaye, Aug 26, 2006 IP
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    Nice......Do they pay more as well?
     
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    ContentMatch is Yahoo/Overture's version of a premium publisher program. As with AdSense premium, lots of perks are included, such as this kind of a layout.
     
    Jenstar, Aug 27, 2006 IP
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    My Last month Total was 6,604,326 so i still have long way to goo :(
     
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    Yeah I got about 13,837,369 hits this month, only about 6.2 million hits away. :D
     
    ArcticPro, Aug 27, 2006 IP
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    I had 24,569,913 do you think i should apply for premium or what?
     
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    ArcticPro Banned

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    Of course! :p
     
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    can't you load some more ads on same page and it will count as more view coz Yahoo Count like if u have 3 ads on 1 page then it count 3 views :)
     
    D3Si, Aug 28, 2006 IP
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    #20
    yes, each ad unit counts as an ad impression, premium publishers need 20M pageviews, not hits or ad impressions.
     
    karagold, Aug 28, 2006 IP