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I have noticed Yahoo ads popping up on hubpages, are we going to get to sign up for a share of that revenue also?
the irony is uncanny. and you have the nerve to slap me for my joke?
We are only running the yahoo ads in the HubPages share of impressions right now. If they perform well we will consider adding them as option for everyone.
From what I understand only if they're on there at the same time.
Can you give a link to this info please.
You agree not to display on the same Web page in connection with which any Ad Unit, Ad, Link, Search Box, or Referral Button is displayed (a "Serviced Page") any advertisement(s) that an end user of Your Site(s) would reasonably confuse with a Google advertisement or otherwise associate with Google.
This has been interpreted by many (experts) that it's alright to have it on the same site, but not displayed on the same page at the same time.
There's been discussion at sites such as AdsenseChat and DigitalPoint.
And there's a mention of it here.
I would interpret the first that way, but what's "otherwise associate with google" supposed to mean. Just seeing them together makes one associate the two. Though it would seem like they'd just flat out prohibit they appear together if thats what they were saying.
But thats what "not to be confused with" means. Being "associated with" is different, IMO, though I have no idea how they mean it in this case.
I remember they had a text somewhere specifically prohibiting any other content-driven ads on the same page, but I can't find it now
While I was under the impression that it couldn't be on the same page at the same time I asked the Google Adsense Team this question:
"Can YPN (Yahoo) ads be used on the same site as Adsense ads?"
The Google Help page says this:
The yahoo ads have looked sufficiently different, I'd say.. all the ones I've noticed have been black!
Well who's prohibiting it - is this googles rule, or yahoos?
As is my understanding the yahoo ads come from Commision junction as do the ebay ads, so we wouldn't need to sign for another affiliate programme, I am also certain that you can use both google and yahoo ads on the same page so long as it clearly states that the ads are from yahoo and not google, I have both on my personal website and I have had no email warnings about it from either advertiser.....jimmy
Yahoo has its own program that is different than eBay's via commission junction. If we make Yahoo ads available to everyone, you'll need to get a Yahoo account.
Paul, since you've been running yahoo ads only in your share of ads, would it be possible for us to opt only to have google ads in our share - if you do start using them?
Someone said yahoo is only available in the us - if thats true it would affect a lot of hubbers, wouldn't it?
Thanks Darkside, that definitely clarifies the issue. And makes our life easier
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