Google Extends AdSense to Video

May 24, 2007  •  Post A Comment

Google is launching a pilot project this week with a small group of publishers to test streaming video ads in their online video content.
The search giant made the announcement Wednesday in its own blog post.
The project is an extension of its AdSense network, which created a new category of advertising by placing text ads next to relevant content on Web sites that join the company’s network.
Google did not reveal the names of the Web sites involved in the pilot project, but said they will be able to control when the ads play in their videos and which videos will include ads.
Google also offers “click-to-play” video ads, in which publishers can click on an image ad to play a video ad.
(Editor: Horowitz)


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