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Are there any ad networks that give publishers/websites the ability to display adverts that are chosen by the publisher immediately on page load. Lets say the page loads, and a script inserts certain key words that the ad network uses to search their inventory of adverts and assigns the nearest one with matching tags to the publisher advert area?

I know Google's adsense and many other similar services index/reads the pages content and then assign certain advert depending on the content with little or no control by the publisher...

Any help is appreciated.

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closed as off-topic by John Conde Jun 9 '14 at 14:35

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You got me. But I think you ask a valuable question. For example, with Adsense I can block some adverts, but not enough. I get totally unrelated advertisements because of supposed keywords in my domain name without consideration that there are two or more definitions of the word. Silly 5h175! – closetnoc Jun 9 '14 at 14:25
Rubbish, how is this off topic? – Smillification Jun 9 '14 at 14:42
It would solicit opinions on services and so on. However, in a way, I agree that you are asking a specific and narrow question that is rather binary- does or does not do something in particular. You can check out monetizepros.com which does discuss many of the advertising options in various posts. Perhaps the answer is there in the free section. There a e-books and posts that are fairly detailed but you may have to dig a bit. – closetnoc Jun 9 '14 at 14:49
Cool! Thank you! – Smillification Jun 9 '14 at 17:17