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Links Update

Poster: Aron Schatz
Posted on November 18, 2009 at 7:04:16 PM
We are pushing the release of Links till tomorrow (November 19, 2009). We're making sure we have everything right the first time but we expect a few requests and additions to be made. This new release will come with an Advertisement CP area to explain the differences between the traditional Adnet ads and the Links.
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Tracking Reports Have Filtering

Poster: Aron Schatz
Posted on November 15, 2009 at 1:22:54 PM
Another upgrade to the reporting features of ASE Adnet has arrived. The tracking report will now filter out bots and crawlers from the view and click data for the majority of known bots. We can't catch everything, but the view data should be more in-line with human only traffic. This will make the new revenue report more accurate as well.
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Revenue Reports Upgraded

Poster: Aron Schatz
Posted on November 14, 2009 at 11:57:23 PM
Based on much feedback, we've enhance the revenue report view considerably. The revenue report will pull view data from the tracking report (raw) to provide more detailed feedback on performance including eCPM and other factors. The report has more information to look at and also included updates for when ASE Adnet once again goes into the CPS/CPA markets to maximize revenue streams for our publishers. We're looking into ways to make you more money than just CPC so stay tuned.
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Backend Frontend Updates Tomorrow

Poster: Aron Schatz
Posted on November 13, 2009 at 12:23:57 AM
We're testing some new features to make publisher's lives easier. We'll be adding a new feature to the frontend to allow publishers to add global variables to all ads they have. The best use of this is for adding generic default keywords if the specific ad doesn't have any.

Along with that feature, we'll be doing some updates (code overhaul) to the backend to bring enhancements and fixes. We love hearing from publishers, your feedback is always welcome. Use the email address on the adcode page to send an email to us.
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New Provider Is Live

Poster: Aron Schatz
Posted on March 21, 2009 at 10:02:59 AM
All ads have been updated to provide enhanced data from the new backend data provider. In addition to the new CPC provider, Storm is ready to be used as well. Storm ads can be generated in the normal Ad Code section. We are updating all the guides and creating new ones this weekend to give publishers information on what the changes are and how to use the new functionality. There is another update that will hit staging soon to provide enhanced data for the UK region as well.
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Teaser Update Tonight

Poster: Aron Schatz
Posted on March 16, 2009 at 11:21:34 AM
ASE Adnet will be rolling out an update to provide the new shopping page as well as a new delivery system for enhanced banner ads. This new delivery system is called ASE Adnet Storm (or Storm, for short). Storm will only show CPA ads and the new system will be using Amazon and provide a very good revenue share of 60% or more, depending on how many items are sold in each period. With Storm, ASE Adnet will be allowing all publishers to join and show ads from the Storm delivery system.

While the adgen will be updated to support Storm, it will not be available for use until the end of the week. This is just a teaser. Mid week will also usher in the new primary CPC provider.
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Big Update Tomorrow, March 13th - Updated

Poster: Aron Schatz
Posted on March 12, 2009 at 9:47:22 AM
Friday, the 13th, will bring a rather large update to the frontend and backend systems at ASE Adnet. We are moving the new primary CPC data provider into production and pushing out new shopping pages along with a host of other new features for ads. All guides on ASE Adnet will be rewritten and new guides will be added to explain new functionality.

We have example PHP pages as well that you can download to see how things work and even upload them to your own server for testing. This update was a month in the making.

Edit: Unfortunately, this update will have to wait till mid next week due to reporting glitches on the data provider side. We will have a teaser page up tomorrow to show off the quality of the new data, though.
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Shopping Page Change

Poster: Aron Schatz
Posted on March 8, 2009 at 2:49:48 PM
The new update to Adnet will usher in a new primary CPC provider and with that comes a whole host of changes. You can still retain your shopping pages by pointing the include to http://www.aseadnet.com/shoppingold.php instead of shopping.php. This can be changed on your include pages right now.

The new shopping pages are much more in-depth and provide a wealth of information to help people with their purchases. New guides will be released soon on how to integrate the shopping page onto your own domain.

The planned update should take place on Monday or Tuesday. There will be no changes needed for live ads. New features will be added for live ads soon that you will probably want to update them sooner or later.
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Site Move Complete

Poster: Aron Schatz
Posted on March 2, 2009 at 1:46:19 PM
If you see this message, you have successfully reached the proper server for ASE Adnet. Data is currently being updated and there is no assumption of any reporting problem due to the site switch.
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Front End Switch Sunday March 1st, 2009

Poster: Aron Schatz
Posted on February 27, 2009 at 11:51:17 PM
ASE Adnet will be moving its front end to the primary Adnet server (dubbed, Server2) on Sunday. The front end portal will be offline for brief moments throughout the day and the data may not be current. The switch will NOT cause any disruption in the live ads. Revenue reports will be normal. Tracking reports may be slightly off on Sunday due to the switchover.

A notice will be posted at the start of the switch and the end. This is the first change to provide enhanced service to the publishers of ASE Adnet.

EDIT: This build up to the move took longer than expected, it will happen tomorrow (March 2nd). Sorry about the confusion.
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