Talk:Bing Ads

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Yahoo / Microsoft partnership[edit]

Wikiolap commented the following text out of the article at 09:41, May 11, 2006, stating that "Speculations about Microsoft & Yahoo! partnership don't really belong to adcenter article." I moved the deleted text here becuase I wanted to get it out of the article.

Despite the ending of this contract both rumors and some hard data persist that Yahoo! and Microsoft may have future plans for partnership or a merger of technologies on some level. In March of 2006 both companies purchased land adjacent to each other in a small community of Quincy, Washington further driving suspicion of a possible partnership or merger. Then in May of 2006 both Forbes and The Wall Street Journal confirmed that both companies had been involved in partnership talks for quite some time.
It was probably a coincidence, as google is already building a secret datacenter on the same river, as well as another one in south carolina. They are merely trying to copy google: Servers As High As An Elephant's Eye Quincy,_Washington#A_role_in_the_high-tech_economy


--Starwiz 17:19, 4 June 2006 (UTC)

adCenter & pubCenter requires Microsoft Advertising article[edit]

Microsoft adCenter and Microsoft pubCenter require an article for Microsoft Advertising, a static parent-body to manage number of ad programs and councils at Microsoft. Also, any US based WP7/Web apps developer who has experienced pubCenter's beta testing, please provide help on its wiki article (owing to the reason, beta testing is only available for US tax payers).--Pak1standby (talk) 07:35, 13 December 2010 (UTC)

It's not clear from the introduction if adCenter is aimed at someone trying to advertise it's product, or to someone wanting to monetize on its own website. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Kromitvs (talkcontribs) 19:00, 27 August 2011 (UTC)