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02|28|2008 04:05 pm EDT

Skenzo switches to Yahoo! Feed

by Frank Michlick in Categories: Up to the Minute

After Skenzo first notified some of their customers earlier this week that they would be moving some of their domains to a second tier feed, Skenzo has now announced that they are switching to a Yahoo! feed. Read the full email after the break.

Dear Skenzo Customer

We are excited to inform you that we have recently negotiated a direct deal with Yahoo for facilitating PPC ads on our parked pages. Over the last 4 months we have been working behind the scenes on a deal that will allow us to continue maximizing the monetization opportunity for our Customers. We are pleased to announce a very strong partnership with Yahoo that we will be fully enabling starting tomorrow i.e. 29th Feb 2008.

Note that we will continue to use our superior proprietary optimization technology to determine the templates and keywords that are mapped to your domains. Your pages will continue to look and function in the exact the same manner. The only change is that we will now be displaying Yahoo ads on the parking pages.

While there has been a perpetual debate in the industry with respect to Yahoo vs Google, we have performed extensive tests before deciding to partner with Yahoo. Due to the numerous advantages that we will be able to leverage, we are certain that we will be able to make more money for most customers as compared to any alternate solutions.

We have just completed our integration, and we do expect some initial stumbling blocks in the migration process due to the volume of our traffic. However, we can say with conviction that Skenzo will continue to remain the premier destination for monetizing Domain Traffic as it always has, and we will continue to beat competition by significant margins over the coming months.

Feel free to write to us, or connect with your account manager for any clarifications.

Warm Regards
Skenzo Sales Team

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2 Comments

Andrew @ Domain Name Wire

February 28, 2008 @ 4:26 pm EDT

That’s funny. They swore that Ask.com dropping its Google sub feed wouldn’t affect them at all.

Frank Michlick

February 28, 2008 @ 10:05 pm EDT

Exactly what I was thinking Andrew. The original comment from “Skenzo Rep” is here.

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