Help us choose an online advertising supplier
July 28, 2006 2:02 PM   Subscribe

Is anyone using the following to place advertisements on their own web site: Accipter AdMarket, BurstMedia, LinkShare, Clicksor, Banner Boxes, Bidvertiser?

Or any other such plan that lets you select the types of ads displayed. I'm looking for ways to decide which of these to try. Testimonials or further suggestions, please.
posted by Joleta to Computers & Internet (5 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
I'm using Adsense, which you didn't list, perhaps because you can't "choose" the ads that are displayed. However, they are content relevant, and it's probably the most popular ad program out there.

Just in case you haven't heard of it, though, it's run by google and can be looked at right here...
posted by twiggy at 2:11 PM on July 28, 2006


Also, Yahoo! Publisher Network / Yahoo! Search Marketing.
posted by kcm at 4:43 PM on July 28, 2006


Google's Site Targeting
posted by umlaut at 8:16 PM on July 28, 2006


I'm using Adsense and Linkshare. I'd recommend both. Adsense reads your page content and serves up context-specific ads. Linkshare lets you pick vendors, and you become an "affilliate," earning a percentage of any sale made after clicking on your links. Both programs have big names advertising (Linkshare actually has Apple as a company you can affilliate yourself with!), so they're both pretty reputable.
posted by fvox13 at 7:36 AM on July 29, 2006


fvox13: How are you doing with Linkshare? Do you have Linkshare ads on all your pages or just some of them? My e-mail is in my profile if you care to share some numbers. Thanks!
posted by Joleta at 12:48 PM on July 30, 2006


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