Facebook one huge step closer to launching an ad network that could rival Google's in size, and change the way advertising is done online forever.
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Really it is a very shocking news. But also interesting.
Hopefully it will work better than Microsoft's answer to Google or pretty much anything Facebook has tried in the area of advertising.
Small scale publishers will be benefited more if there comes ad network which is equivalent to Google in terms of its traffic generating capacity.I appreciate this deal.
Do you have any idea how fast I would ditch Adsense if a better system came along?
To tell you the truth. I made better money with YPN than I ever did with Adsense.
But we saw how that went.....
Its an article about buying companies that have an ad network technology. I fail to see the potential in any purchased ad network being on the same level and reach as Google's ad network.
Like other plans Microsoft and / or Facebook has had in the past, this one has potential to fall through and not happen.
by netcrawl 9 years ago
The inside story, why should Microsoft buy Facebook, what exactly Facebook got?The social networking supersite is currently the world's largest social network. Its generated tons of buzz in the blogosphere. should Microsoft move fast? and Google sneak attack on Facebook.
by Peter Brown 9 years ago
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by possum lover 6 years ago
Which is the better deal for your money, Direct TV or Dish Network?
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