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Yahoo! Publisher Network Added Advertising in RSS feeds

Today I received an email from Yahoo! Publisher Network: "Dear Publisher, We're pleased to announce another method for you to maximize your revenue and bring value to your content properties: Advertising in RSS feeds is now available through the Yahoo! Publisher Network. This new product feature allows you to place Yahoo! Search Marketing ads within your RSS feeds. The ads that appear may be... ❯❯❯

Google Analytics: Free

"Google Analytics tells you everything you want to know about how your visitors found you and how they interact with your site. You'll be able to focus your marketing resources on campaigns and initiatives that deliver ROI, and improve your site to convert more visitors.." ... and it's free :) ... ❯❯❯

WebmasterWorld PubCon

WebmasterWorld PubCon is a conference for people who are involved in the production, marketing, or management of a internet web site. Where: Las Vegas Convention Center in fabulous Las Vegas Nevada When: Nov 15, 16, 17 - 2005 Format: Four Track Educational Conference with Expo Hall Focus: The Modern Web : Sustainable Growth Hotel: Las Vegas Renaissance Keynote: Robert Cringely Website:... ❯❯❯

Blog Traffic Data

According to eMarketer.com, comScore estimates that about 30% of US Internet users visited blogs in the first quarter. Nielsen//NetRatings says the top 50 blog sites, including blog hosts, draw about 20% of active Internet users. comScore's blogging study, which was sponsored by Gawker Media and SixApart, estimates that 50 million US Internet users visited blogs in the first quarter of 2005, up... ❯❯❯

Google Adsense's Competitor: Yahoo! Publisher Network

Received an email from Yahoo! Publisher Network today: Dear xxxxx, Today, Yahoo! Publisher Network launched a new self-serve platform that will provide small- and medium-sized web publishers with easy access to Yahoo! advertising and content. We're very excited about our new offering, not only because it will enable a broader set of publishers to generate revenue from their sites, but also... ❯❯❯