November 20, 2005
YPN to introduce direct deposit for payments in Q01
Good news for publishers who prefer direct deposit payments rather than mailed checks. Will Johnson, VP & General Manager of YPN announced in the Contextual Advertising Program Issues at PubCon that they plan to offer direct deposit in Q01 of 2006.
Hopefully when they make the change to direct deposit that they will also make the change to payments being sent net 30 to bring it in line with AdSense, rather than the current 45 days a publisher must wait for payment.
Posted by Jenstar at November 20, 2005 11:19 AM
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Didn't the last set of checks from YPN that went out line up on the 30 day schedule of pay?
I'm waiting on my YPN, and I expect it on the 30 personally from reports I've heard on WMW.
Posted by: Den C. at November 20, 2005 04:32 PM
It would be nice if Yahoo announced a launch date, rather than these little and obvious changes.
Posted by: paul wells at November 20, 2005 04:49 PM
Den C - YPN has always been net 45 payments.
Great info Jen! Was nice to meet you at Pubcon.
Posted by: Shoemoney at November 21, 2005 10:17 PM
I wish they'd come up with a smaller ad unit more like the little link units that google has.
Posted by: christopher at November 22, 2005 04:54 AM