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    Was just checking around Yahoo Shopping for some ideas on whats hot and saw this:

    I didn't know they were charging merchants for each product link clicked. Don't know if this is new or not. I was thinking more of the lines of Froogle where merchants can get in free. I'm wondering if merchants think this is too expensive. Also wonder when Google goes IPO, if they will start doing this too. Don't know about this. They switch to INK, apply some sort of filter to some sites they might feel are competition, driving more people to their product search, where they cash in with the CPC.

    [This message was edited by TrustNo1® on October 16, 2003 at 04:00 AM.]

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    Not a bad way to see where the money is.

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    This pay for deal is not new, it is an expensive low ROI deal.

    Also the design restrictions are a pain to deal with-we opted out.

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