Google to Test Auctioning Ads in Print Publications

Feb 8, 2006 • 3:42 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdWords
 

google-printads-logo.gif Taking the Google AdWords model to print publications is what we all expected when we heard Google Experiments with Brokering Print Ads. It looks like it is here. I found this at a post at our forum named Your ads in print at the price you set, which has a link to http://services.google.com/marketing/links/aw-print-pub-ads/.

As you may know, as part of Google's ongoing effort to develop new opportunities for our advertisers, we've been running tests of ads in a limited number of print publications. Now, we're excited to test an auction of ad space in select magazines.

In this test, the control is in your hands: you choose the ad size, set your price, and decide how you'd like to use the space. There's no risk to you – you pay only if you win the auction.

Offline print ads, meet Google.

The place to sign up https://adwords.google.com/publicationads/ and the FAQs.

Forum discussion at Search Engine Roundtable Forums.

Update, other forums talking about it now:

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