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  1. A Strategy Map for Google Display Network Success

    For example, don’t just run keyword (contextual) targeted campaigns. Keyword (Contextual) Targeting Text ads: Traditional text ads that run on the Search Network. The Google Display Network is vast with abundant opportunity to generate great results.

  2. 5 Quick Tips to Help Any Viable Social Marketplace Work For You

    Later that same year I was able to successfully launch a contextual ad campaign on MySpace and leverage a 10-15 percent CTR on ads for pennies on the dollar. This campaign was able to net hundreds of thousands of dollars for my client and their...

  3. Microsoft, hakia Launch Contextual Ad Networks

    Meanwhile, semantic search engine hakia has also launched their contextual ad network, dubbed CONTEXA. Two new contextual ad networks are available for online publishers and advertisers. The path to this promise goes through enhancements to both...

  4. SearchDay | Interpreting Keyword Reports

    Yahoo Updates Contextual Advertising Solution Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 13, 2008 Yahoo has updated its contextual advertising solution, Content Match. Dubbed "MySpace MyAds," the new platform allows anyone to create banner ads and use the...

  5. Google Mobile Advertising on the Content Network

    Go back and read my previous columns on contextual advertising best practices and how to create compelling non-text ads. Today, we'll pull the spotlight off search and focus on the steps necessary to create a mobile ad campaign that displays banner...

  6. Google Launches Mobile Image Ads

    Contextual targeting will be used to place the ads and they hope that only one ad per page will be acceptable to mobile web surfers. The ads run on the mobile content network. Google has announced the addition of images to their mobile ad service.

  7. Tips for Google Site and Category Exclusion Tool

    Targeting Google AdWords contextual advertising campaigns just got easier. You waste budget because contextual ads appear on sites that are "poor quality," meaning visitors to those sites are not likely to convert, even if your ads garner clicks.