Yahoo! Notifies Advertisers Of Upgrade

 

I, like some others, have received an email from Yahoo! Search Marketing stating that my "Yahoo! Search Marketing account will soon be completely upgraded and redesigned, providing you with a number of advanced features that will help you better connect to Yahoo!'s audience." Yahoo! was not suppose to release Panama (code name for the new YSM product) until the fourth quarter. But the second week of August rumors spread that Yahoo! would release this product early to some advertisers. Based on this email, it appears that we are seeing signs of this early release.

Dear Barry,

As we informed you in May 2006, your Yahoo! Search Marketing account will soon be completely upgraded and redesigned, providing you with a number of advanced features that will help you better connect to Yahoo!'s audience.

To help provide a seamless upgrade for our advertisers, we plan on frequently communicating with you via phone calls, emails and U.S. mail. Thus, we are asking all advertisers to confirm the contact information currently on file with us, including physical address, email address and phone number.

As of August 2006, this is the contact information we have on file for your account:

Street Address: 2 Executive Blvd. Suite 305 City: Suffern State: NY Zip code: 10901 Phone number: ###-###-####

Please take a moment now to check the account contact information above. If any of the data above is incorrect, please update it by following these easy steps: Log in to your account. Click the Edit Profile link. Check and update your contact info. Another way to update your information is by logging into your Yahoo! Search Marketing account as you normally do, then click the "Edit Profile" link under the Account tab.

We greatly appreciate your attention to this matter, and look forward to providing you with all of the important information you'll need to know as your account is upgraded. If you have any questions, please contact us at (866) YAHOO-98.

Sincerely,

Your Partners at Yahoo! Search Marketing

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