ActiveAds connects publishers and affiliates with premium CPC (cost per click) feeds from providers such as Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Ask and more. If you are unfamiliar with PPC advertisements they represent an excellent method of monetising a web sites user traffic. Most major search providers allow publishers of all sizes to utilise their ad product and receive remuneration for doing so. Please read below for an overview of some of our feeds, or consult the publisher page for further information.
The ActiveAds ‘PPC Publisher Relationship’ is designed for good quality portals, content rich destination web sites, Internet service providers, topical web directories, well developed search engines and portfolio owners of quality domains that desire to create a compelling, incremental source of long-term revenue.
High end PPC feeds, also known as ‘Tier 1′ pay per click results enable the delivery of syndicated paid search advertisements to your web site or application. Publishers are rewarded for high quality traffic with a first class revenue share or percentage of the click revenue.
Participation in this program is restricted to Internet properties that meet our overall quality and content standards, have a domestic user base with appropriate consumer demographics, and can meet and adapt to ongoing traffic quality standards that can and do change over time.
Several PPC feed implementation options are available from Yahoo Search Marketing, BingAds and Google across a variety of worldwide territories including the United Kingdom, United States and much of Europe.
In 2011 and across 2012-2013 Yahoo Search Marketing combined their PPC advertising product and the serving and management of Yahoo PPC ads and feeds are now migrated to Microsoft. This partnership of the two search giants is known as the ‘Search Alliance.’ More details on the partnership can be viewed on the Search Alliance homepage.
Some types of PPC implementation are subject to prior approval by the relevant search provider.
Please Contact us to find out more about gaining a feed for your business or web site.