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Which advertising network has an API I can use to show my users targeted ads based on certain dictionary words present in their user-generated content, similar to Gmail's targeted ads?

Edit: The user-generated content is not public and is therefore not indexed by Google, so AdSense is not an option.

  • Um, Adsense ... – John Conde Jan 14 '11 at 13:34
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    @John, the content is not public and is therefore not indexed by Google. And if it's not indexed, it can't be contextualised by AdSense. – Petrus Theron Jan 14 '11 at 14:26
  • If it's not public you'd need to work out a way for someone to index it to be able to determine what Ad's they want to show with your content. A keyword isn't enough data for someone to decide if your page is exactly what they want to advertise on or not. – XOPJ Jan 14 '11 at 14:30
  • ...which is why I'm looking for an advertising API to which I can feed an anonymised set of words based on the user's private content. – Petrus Theron Jan 14 '11 at 14:42
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    I don't know of any ad network that will let you do that - mostly because people would game the system passing in fake keywords once they figure out what pays the best. There are ad servers you can use to do that - but then you would need to sell the ads yourself. – James Avery Jan 14 '11 at 20:40
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You can try Semantic Engine's Contextual Advertising API.

Contextual Advertising API features include:

  • analyzing the content of a page on-the-fly and matching it to a relevant advertising category;
  • extraction of key concepts from a page.

Free trial available.

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You should have a look at adzerk, it serves the ads as well as gives you all the back end dashborad / monitoring - www.adzerk.com.

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