Revisiting the YPN Honeymoon Thread

Feb 13, 2006 - 8:28 am 0 by

Late January we reported on the topic of Is the YPN "Honeymoon" Over? where many YPNers felt the earnings have been dropping drastically at YPN. A few days ago a new thread, revisiting this topic arose at WebmasterWorld named Very surprised by Yahoo noting that the "CPC is amazing."

The thread creator writes;

I switched my Google spots over to Yahoo a few weeks ago, and I'm pleased to say that the ads are performing wonderfully. They are well targeted, interesting, and the earnings per click simply amazes me. I'm not really sure what I'm allowed to share here, and please forgive me for not pouring over rules before I write a quick post, but I've been averaging more than 10 x as much per click than what Google was paying.

All it takes is one courageous person to debate the rest and other hands go up in support. So far the five responses all support the claim of the first message above. It is possible that YPN changed a few things, makes tweaks every now and then, so people at one point so a major reduction. Only time will tell.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.


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