Saturday, May 10, 2008

Concerning Google Ads

You will see advertisement on this site in the form of Google ads. They are sponsored links which serve the purpose of maintaining this site and providing useful links to the reader. Of course, I would love for you to choose to check out the ads and in the process help sustain this site! But, you are in no way obligated to do so. In case you do decide to click on any of these sponsored links I would like to give you a little information about them.

“Google uses third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit this website. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by these companies click here."

What are third party ads?

“Many of the banner ads displayed on Web pages are not selected and delivered by the Website visited by a consumer, but by network advertising companies that manage and provide advertising for numerous unrelated Websites. The NAI refers to these companies as ‘3rd party ad networks’."

For the FAQ on the NAI site visit: http://www.networkadvertising.org/managing/faqs.asp#question_7

You may also visit the 3rd party sites directly to opt out of cookies.

The following third parties are supported by Google:

North America: Ad servers

North America: Rich media

North America: Research

For Google Info page click here.

Update June 14th:

The information quoted in this post and the list of third parties supported by Google came directly from the Google Info page. These are not work from home opportunities. This information was provided because I believe in total disclosure. My disclosure policy can be found towards the bottom of my left hand navigation bar. I consider we all have the right to opt out of advertisement directed at us without our consent. This type of advertisement happens throughout the internet it is not exclusive of this site. I can only hope that you find the information useful and go forth feeling empowered by this knowledge.

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2 comments:

Mark said...

Dynamic Logic does NOT offer any work from home opportunities nor to we have a panel for people to sign up for.

If your trying to list out companies for people to inquire about work from home opportunities , we would appreciate it if you could remove Dynamic Logic inc. from that list.


Thanks for your help.
Mark Blei
Dynamic Logic Inc.

Barbara said...

This post is information about Google ads and their use of third party advertising companies. The list gathered came directly from a Google Information page for which a link is provided at the end of the before mentioned list.
While I have no problem removing Dynamic Logic from this list, let it be known it was not listed for work from home opportunities, but for users to be able to opt out of third party cookies as directed by Goggle. Dynamic Logic is a third party advertiser found on Google's list of "Supported Third Party Vendors" at this moment.