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YieldBuild' major improvements

Microsoft pubCenter access!
Microsoft's AdSense challenger is still in private beta, but through our Premium Text Ad Program, you can start running pubCenter ads alongside your AdSense or other ads. Want to improve your revenue by seeing how ads from these two heavyweights play out on your site? Opt in to the Premium Text Ad Program to start!

Improved performance. Billions of ad impressions run across hundreds of sites over the past year and a half have taught our optimization algorithm a few things. Our publishers are seeing the top-line benefit of YieldBuild's enhanced format and network optimization.
Shorter training time. Improvements to our algorithm have brought down the training period to significantly shorter than the 100,000 page impressions we previously needed. YieldBuild will narrow in on the ad formats and layouts to test based on an intelligent understanding of your site's format, colors and structure.

Expanded network support. In addition to Google AdSense and Microsoft pubCenter, YieldBuild also supports contextual networks Yahoo Publisher Network (YPN) and Chitika, and display ad networks, ValueClick Media, Tribal Fusion and BlueLithium.


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If you are looking for a reputable contextual advertising network, I suggest that you take a peek at PropellerAds.

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