Make Money From Your PDFs: Yahoo Teams up with Adobe

Nov 29, 2007 - 9:23 am 0 by

Adobe has announced Ads for PDF, a system they launched with Yahoo which will allow PDF owners to monetize for their content much like Google AdSense. The CNet News blog goes into detail on the partnership, explaining that it's a PPC program for contextually relevant ads that are displayed to the right of the PDF article. The ads look like Yahoo Publisher Network ads.

Yahoo Delivers Ads on Adobe PDFs (Credit: Adobe Labs)

Currently, the program is in beta and only a few publishers have been invited, but it looks rather cool and Adobe is taking applications for additional beta testers. This is definitely a good move on Yahoo's part.

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