View Full Version : Publishing Partners Wanted
10-13-2006, 05:03 AM
Hi Outboutmedia is always looking for good sites to partner with.
Here is a brief description of what is offered:
"Outbout Media provides targeted Pay Per Click (PPC) Text banner ads for webmasters who would like to place ads on their site to monitize their website! Outbout also provides PPC XML private label feeds for search engines that are looking for paid search results as well."
I'm just a web developer for outbout, however this might be good for alot of people.
Hope you guys approve :)
10-15-2006, 03:40 AM
For people looking for adsense alternatives, this would make a good alternative to googles adsense product.
Forgot to mention that. Thanks :)
10-15-2006, 10:11 AM
nice to see some fresh blood in the PPC business.
I have a question for you, if I may. I noticed you mainly advertise your PPC services as an alternative to site publishers who have difficulties in complying with the AdSense policies and TOS.
To my experience, the main issues publishers have with the AdSense TOS are:
- limitation to the site content (AdSense is a family-safe product, plus the adverts cannot be placed on sites about weapons, drugs, pharma, casino, or on sites featuring illegal filesharing);
- modifying the ad code for whatever reasons;
- the number of ad and/or link units that may be displayed on a page.
Would you mind telling us which of these issues is your system addressing? And if not any of the above, then what else?
10-15-2006, 10:25 PM
I'm not sure really why they state an alternative to google adsense, i'm just one of the web developers, however, I have created many sites for my own personal use and I do use google adsense.
It's my second income from this job, and yes on sites that do not have adsense on them, I use outbout's stuff now too...
I will ask why, and reply back to this forum for you guys :)
But, My theory why Outbout states that is because I know many friends in dallas, where I live, build many sites for themselves too :) They got on the adsense bandwagon too...
All of us started using adsense around the same time, I dont make as much as some of them do using adsense, but I do know there were a few that did not violate googles TOS, but got their account terminated anyway.
I understand terminating an account for violating policy or TOS, which includes the worrysome issue of click fraud. But I know these guys, and they did not violate.
Their pages were of unique content and of quality content but still got termed... They got their warning from google, but when they sent google an email, they got a generic response that basically said due to our systems automation, we are unable to tell you more blah blah blah....
Google is a great service, but with every great service there is always a few unhappy people, it's unavoidable. So my assumption is that the service is for individuals that use adsense, but have sites that they would like to combine contextual ad services, which google does not allow, or focuses on customers that are unhappy with google.
I will write back with what the guys over in accounts tell me. It's a very good question, and i'm curious too :)
10-19-2006, 05:04 AM
Sorry about the late reply... I am still trying to get ahold of Pat. From what my boss is saying, he assumes the same thing as I did.
I will write back again soon :)