[Added] Yahoo search/in-feed ads

Inclusion proposals for "acceptable ads" list are discussed here. New topics cannot be created, constructive comments are welcome, flaming will be removed.

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[Added] Yahoo search/in-feed ads

Postby Till » Wed Sep 25, 2013 2:58 pm

Proposed filters
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@@||l.yimg.com/pv/static/misc/sme/abp/w.gif$domain=search.yahoo.com
||l.yimg.com/pv/static/misc/sme/abp/b.gif$domain=search.yahoo.com
@@||geo.yahoo.com/p?AB_TYPE=w$domain=search.yahoo.com
||geo.yahoo.com/p?AB_TYPE=b$domain=search.yahoo.com
@@||search.yahoo.com/search^$elemhide
@@||doubleclick.net/clk^$popup,domain=search.yahoo.com
@@||l.yimg.com/pv/static/misc/sme/abp/w.gif$domain=search.yahoo.com
||l.yimg.com/pv/static/misc/sme/abp/b.gif$domain=search.yahoo.com


Link to a test page
http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=cars

Advertising type
Static sponsored search results

Additional Technical Information
None

Concerns
None
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Re: Yahoo search ads

Postby maty » Thu Sep 26, 2013 10:54 am

Code: Select all
search.yahoo.com##.ads
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Re: Yahoo search ads

Postby MonztA » Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:03 am

I don't understand..what is the point of your post, maty?
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Re: Yahoo search ads

Postby maty » Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:45 am

Propose a more effective filter.

But I think I misunderstood: Non-intrusive ads Proposals
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Re: Yahoo search ads

Postby MonztA » Thu Sep 26, 2013 12:13 pm

maty wrote:But I think I misunderstood: Non-intrusive ads Proposals

Yes. :mrgreen:

Also, there is already yahoo.com##.ads in EasyList.
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Re: Yahoo search ads

Postby Hero » Tue Oct 01, 2013 7:59 pm

Makes Sense. This is consistent with the acceptable ads policy and with allowing Ads on Google and affiliates earlier this year. If anything, Google shows much more images in their search ads than does Yahoo.
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Re: Yahoo search ads

Postby Till » Mon Oct 21, 2013 2:22 pm

Added.
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Re: [Added] Yahoo search ads

Postby Till » Fri Dec 13, 2013 5:00 pm

Instream text-link ads added:

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yahoo.com#@#.adlink
yahoo.com#@#.rmx-ad
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Re: [Added] Yahoo search ads

Postby greiner » Fri Aug 29, 2014 9:53 pm

The following ads are added to the proposal: Instream text-link ads with static image

Proposed filters:
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de.yahoo.com#@#.adlink
de.yahoo.com#@#.rmx-ad
@@||yimg.com/ts/api/res/*yimg.com/av/moneyball/ads/$image,domain=de.yahoo.com
@@||yimg.com/av/curveball/ads/$image,domain=de.yahoo.com
@@||yimg.com/av/moneyball/ads/$image,domain=de.yahoo.com


Link to a test page:
https://de.yahoo.com/

Additional Technical Information:
Currently, only available on de.yahoo.com

Concerns:
The image might be big sometimes.
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Re: [Reopened] Yahoo search/in-feed ads

Postby greiner » Tue Sep 02, 2014 2:16 pm

Added.
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Re: [Added] Yahoo search/in-feed ads

Postby greiner » Fri Mar 06, 2015 5:42 pm

Added search ads on shopping.yahoo.com:

Proposed filters:
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shopping.yahoo.com#@#.shmod-ysm


Link to a test page:
https://shopping.yahoo.com/shoes/

Advertising type:
Sponsored search results above and below organic search results

Additional Technical Information:
None
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Re: [Added] Yahoo search/in-feed ads

Postby greiner » Fri Mar 06, 2015 5:45 pm

Added in-feed ads on groups.yahoo.com:

Proposed filters:
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groups.yahoo.com#@#.yg-mbad-row


Link to a test page:
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo

Advertising type:
Sposored content row between listed groups

Additional Technical Information:
Ads might not be visible in every region.

Concerns:
None
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Re: [Added] Yahoo search/in-feed ads

Postby greiner » Mon Mar 09, 2015 10:50 pm

Added local search ads on yahoo.com:

Proposed filters:
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@@||dmros.ysm.yahoo.com/ros/$domain=search.yahoo.com


Link to a test page:
https://search.yahoo.com/local/s?p=pizza&addr=mountainview

Advertising type:
Local search ads above the search results (may depend on your location; tested with a U.S. IP)

Additional Technical Information:
These filters are meant for testing. Both the ads as well as the filters are subject to change.

Concerns:
None


Added in-feed ads on yahoo.com:

Proposed filters:
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@@||s.yimg.com/lo/api/res/1.2/*/https://s.yimg.com/av/moneyball/ads/$domain=www.yahoo.com
www.yahoo.com#@#.tile-ad
www.yahoo.com#@#div[id^="tile-mb-"]


Link to a test page:
https://www.yahoo.com/food

Advertising type:
Image ad tiles on Yahoo topic pages in the content feed (only those that take up less than 50% of the width)

Additional Technical Information:
These filters are meant for testing. Both the ads as well as the filters are subject to change.

Concerns:
Labeling and distinction from organic content
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Re: [Added] Yahoo search/in-feed ads

Postby ManuelC » Fri May 15, 2015 6:09 pm

Removed from the whitelist on behalf of the publisher.
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Re: [Removed] Yahoo search/in-feed ads

Postby chriswcs » Wed Jun 03, 2015 12:59 pm

Does this mean that Yahoo asked to be removed from the whitelist?
If this is the case, why would they do that?

Thanks for enlightening me!
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