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i want my ads to show on sites like aol or ask.com or inbox.com only.

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Hi,

i want my ads to appear on sites like inbox.com or ask.com and not on google.com

 

please help me with this.. asap.

 

thanks

amanpreet

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Hi!

 

You can show your AdWords-ads at ask.com when advertising through Googles Display Network (not sure about inbox.com is this respect).

Just make a campaign that targets the display network and add ask.com as a managed placement.

 

Your ads can show on inbox.com when someone performs a search that includes a keyword that you have added to your AdWords-campaign (of that I am sure). That is because inbox.com is part of Googles search partner program. But, your ads must also be abled to show on Google.com in that case, that is because you can opt in or out for search partners, but for Google, only opt in.

 

Good luck!

i want my ads to show on sites like aol or ask.com or inbox.com only.

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hi 

i want to advertise on ask.com or myway.com both are mindspark platforms i guess  so can you please suggest me how can i do that please help

 

Varun

thankyou

i want my ads to show on sites like aol or ask.com or inbox.com only.

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This thread has been closed to new replies since it is from 2013.

 

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