Microsoft adCenter Expands Content Network: Opt Out Required

Mar 12, 2007 • 8:14 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Microsoft Bing Ads (formerly adCenter)

The adCenter blog announced last week that they will be expanding the content network, to allow more Microsoft adCenter advertisers to bid in the content network.

The thing is, if you get a notification of your account being upgraded into this test, you will have to manually opt out, if you do not want to participate.

Your campaigns will automatically be upgraded to include distribution on content pages within the Microsoft network.

If you want to participate in the test, US advertisers can requested an invite here.

If you don't, and you are upgraded, make sure to disable it within your account.

This does not mean Microsoft is accepting publishers like Google's AdSense or Yahoo!'s YPN program. It means Microsoft is accepting invites from advertisers to advertiser on their content network.

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums & WebmasterWorld.

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03/12/2007 07:16 pm

I got the email and blogged about it. Not the nicest way of doing testing.


01/17/2011 11:22 pm

I have opted out so many times and it is still there. Now when I try to do that the web sit times out how convienent for microsoft. I DO NOT WANT THE SIDE BAR TO SHOW ANYTHING it screws up printing and my screen OPT OUT SHOULD BE OPT OUT..........

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