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  1. YPN Finally Fails -- Officially

    Yahoo has finally declared YPN legally dead:

    Dear Publisher,

    Yahoo! continuously evaluates and prioritizes our products and services, in alignment with business goals and our continued commitment to deliver the best consumer and advertiser experiences. After conducting an extensive review of the Yahoo! Publisher Network beta program, we have decided to close the program effective April 30, 2010. We expect to deliver final publisher payments for the month ending April 30, 2010 to publishers no later than May 31, 2010. All publishers eligible for 1099s for the 2010 tax year will have those mailed by January 31, 2011.

    Because our content will no longer be delivered to your ad unit spaces after April 30, 2010, we recommend removing all YPN ad code from your pages by that date.

    For the opportunity to continue earning revenue, we suggest using Chitika, a leading advertising network that syndicates Yahoo! Content Match and Sponsored Search ads. Chitika has set up a special process for YPNO beta publishers to participate in its platform. Click here for more information.

    We thank you for your participation in the Yahoo! Publisher Network beta. If you have any questions regarding this announcement, please contact our Support Team at (866) 785-2636, Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PDT.

    Sincerely,

    Your Partners at Yahoo!
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    *pretends to be surprised* Wow, I never saw this coming!

  3. #3
    that is sad... no really

  4. #4
    They rejected my publisher application a few years ago. The demise of their program was therefore inevitable.
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  5. #5
    They did suck..

  6. #6
    Yahoo never knew what they were getting into :P ....... without me

  7. #7
    Whaha it would be awesome if they suggested Google Adsense instead of Chitika
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    Whaha it would be awesome if they suggested Google Adsense instead of Chitika
    Lol, bit of a shame they are gone, I never really made all that much with them anyways.

  9. I am waiting for this program to be available in my country and it's good it closes before it can reach us. First, they closed GEocities, now the YPN.. what's happening to Yahoo?

  10. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by eimroda View Post
    I am waiting for this program to be available in my country and it's good it closes before it can reach us. First, they closed GEocities, now the YPN.. what's happening to Yahoo?
    Geocities... Yahoo Publisher.... had been closed.

    I hope they don't close "Yahoo Mail Services.."
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