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Yahoo! announces new advertising deals

Yahoo! will be offering  discounts to its Gambling and Finance advertisers, in order to improve "partner quality" and increase advertising revenue and investment in the company.

Any advertiser from the Gambling and Finance sector wanting to advertise on Yahoo! and other members of its vast network such as Cheapflights will be receiving a discount based on how they are ranked by Yahoo! the search engine. If you have a website, you will most probably be familiar with the word page rank, these are scores that search engines attribute to websites, based on the traffic they receive and generate, as well as quality. These scores go from 1 to 10, and each search engine attributes its own score to sites registered with them. What Yahoo! will be doing, is charging advertisers based on the score of the site they want to advertise in. For instance if you are looking to advertise on a website with a Yahoo! score of 6, each click that you would receive through that website will be costing you 6p, originally it would have been 10p! "This is about rewarding the high-quality partner sites and penalising the poor quality ones (...) It provides a universal tool and pricing programme that really focuses all of our partners on delivering the highest, most valid and most interested leads to an advertiser."  Richard Firminger, Yahoo!'s regional sales director for Northern Europe. This new measure will definitely motivate lower ranked websites to improve their quality and traffic, on the other hand, it would also give advertisers the option to use websites that have the same score as their clients, and still save a few pennies! In other words, if wanting to advertise a site with a score of 5 then it would be viable to use a site with the same score and pay accordingly. As mentioned above, these new discounts will only apply for the Gambling and Finance sectors, but should soon stretch out to other sectors. Altogether, the advertising industry will be the big winner in this situationFree Reprint Articles, advertising and its revenue is running the online world and it is predicted to continue doing so.

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Anja Glauch is the co-founder and managing director of Tetridia Ltd. She began her career in Information Technology more than 11 years ago. She is leading the companies Online Marketing, Search  Engine Marketing and Search Engine Optimisation activities.

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