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04|12|2010 11:19 am EDT

Sedo Launches Advertiser Solution

by Frank Michlick in Categories: PPC industry, Up to the Minute

As part of the Sedo & Adlink integration, Sedo has launched a new portal today allowing advertisers to directly purchase ads on parked Domain Names. The new product under the name of Sedo Domain Name Advertising (SedoDNA) was launched earlier today with a German language press release. The new service was created in order to allow advertisers to directly book domain traffic – more information on their site: SedoDNA. Advertisers select the domains indirectly by booking categories or keywords.

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Francois

April 12, 2010 @ 12:13 pm EDT

I am allways astonished when leading domaining companies launch services with poor names.

You cannot target the masses with a domain like sedodna.com!

If you want to get noticed by anyone use a premium domain like:
SponsoredLinks.com

Everybody in the net use that term in his web pages to specify advertising content, check yourself, hundred millions pages with that term!

Comme with a service called this way and you will immediately get the attention of the press and trust of visitors…

Check out PremiumDomains.com to purchase this name.

wannadevelop.com

April 12, 2010 @ 12:32 pm EDT

It sounds like a very good service… Congrats SEDO! :)

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Scott Alliy

April 12, 2010 @ 2:35 pm EDT

How do you think I feel sitting on InternetAdSpot.com and InternetAdSpots.com. Correct me if I am wrong but aren’t Internet Ad spots exactly what they are offering with this new program?

As I like to say we domainers will get it when they (the marketing gurus) get it. Problem is they’re not getting it!

SA

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