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Chitika and Yahoo

Discussion in 'Bing Ads' started by Snipper, Jun 30, 2013.

  1. Snipper

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    Do you think the partnership between Chitika and Yahoo was a good idea? It seems to take the focus off of Google which still dominates the web.
     
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  2. james1991

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    I think when it comes to advertising, Google pretty much has the top spot and will for some time to come. The partnership might give them a boost but competing with Google is pretty much impossible these days.
     
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    It was a good idea in my honest opinion. But Google reigns as dominant. For instance, people always say "Google" it and never Yahoo or another search website. And besides, Google has Youtube and I believe, not sure on this one, Blogger.
     
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    To be honest, I haven't really had any success on other ad types aside from Google Adwords. I tested Bing Ads against Google directly and found that about 99% of the increases came from Google Adwords.

    That said, I haven't used Yahoo's ad service, but have an account there. From my view of Yahoo, they tend to fizzle out partnerships, and never really maximize the synergies available to them. I can't expect much from this with that in mind.
     
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  5. calicer1996

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    I really see no way of beating Google now. It's way to popular and a part of our internet culture. The partnership might boost Yahoo's traffic but it won't have much effect on Google. Google's the king!
     
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    I didn't think so.
     
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    In the world wide web, Google is the biggest player.Google offerss various products as as Blogger, a free blogging platforms , Adsense, the best advertising network etc. Yahoo is a search engine and chitika is an online advertising program. Yahoo and chitika's partnership cannot challenge Google because Google's adsense is better than Chitika and Google search is more used than yahoo search
     
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    I think the partnership was fair. We would like to see some competition in the current market and we are already beginning to see that.
     
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    It's difficult to beat google. But I think, Chitika will fare much better now after partnering with Yahoo. It would be interesting to see some competition. It has been a Google dominated area so far.
     
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    Yeah I do not think that anything is coming to steal any of Google's web presence anytime soon, but certainly a merger between two big companies is something that will ruffle some feathers. That said, though, there are some partnerships that really end up drowning the company though and lead to more problems that anything constructive, so we might see something like that here. Let's hope not though, because I have always thought of Yahoo as a quality company.
     
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    I really see no way of beating Google now. It's way to popular and a part of our internet culture. The partnership might boost Yahoo's traffic but it won't have much effect on Google
     
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