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Dear Advertisers,

As of May 21st 2009, Advertise.com has updated our campaign creation and management interface to optimize your Search Marketing text ads. Among the changes will be a streamlined campaign creation process and campaign editor with revisions in our text ad format.

Our new text ad format will be updated with following character limits to better qualify your ads for premium distribution networks:

Title:     25 Characters
Description Line 1: 35 Characters
Description Line 2: 35 Characters

Additional updates:
-New rules for ad text formatting.
-Minimum daily spend cap of $10.
-New Day Parting Interface
-1000 keywords limit per campaign.

Any pre-existing campaign is still valid and will be served, however any updates to the ad will be subject to the new ad format. Please be sure to update your ads to ensure optimal visibility across our publisher network. You can Log In here.  If you would like assistance, please contact your client services representative at 800.710.7009.

Thank you for building your e-business with Advertise.com

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Attention Advertise.com Advertisers,

On May 20th 2009, Advertise.com will update our campaign creation and management interface to optimize your Search Marketing text ads.
Among the changes will be a streamlined campaign creation process and campaign editor with revisions in our text ad format.
Our new text ad format will be updated with following character limits to better qualify your ads for premium distribution networks:

Title:                               25 Characters
Description Line 1:   35 Characters
Description Line 2:   35 Characters
Visible URL:                35 Characters

Please be sure to update your ads after May 20th 2009 to ensure optimal visibility across our publisher network.  If you would like assistance, please contact your client services representative at 800.710.7009.

Thank you for building your e-business with Advertise.com!

While exhibiting at ad:tech San Francisco our CEO Daniel Yomtobian was interviewed by Abby Johnson at WebProNews. Some topisc of coversation included:
  • The goal of our re-brand
  • Obstacles of a re-brand
  • Forthcoming marketing solutions

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