Are you guessing what this is?
Have you ever imagined PDF advertisement?
As you all know Adobe’s PDF is one of the most popular ways to distribute printed information electronically. But until now, there hasn’t been an easy way for a business to earn money from the content it publishes in PDF form.
The recently announced Ads for Adobe PDF powered by Yahoo service lets you add pay-per-click (PPC) advertisements to your PDFs at the touch of a button. You earn money when readers click on an ad. You may not make big bucks using this beta service, but it costs nothing for you to sign up and try it out.
Right now this program is for US citizen and advertise is targeted for US base User only.
US based publisher sign up for PDF advertising program. Also read content guideline before signing up. After you sign up and submit your PDF for processing, the service places up to five ads supplied by Yahoo on a panel to the right of your document; the ads do not obscure the document’s content in any way.
The service might be particularly valuable for a publisher that creates a significant quantity of PDF content such as articles, newsletters, and how-to guides. You can distribute PDFs either by posting them on a Web site or by e-mailing them.
The service is very easy to use.Logged in to my account, clicked the Register PDF button, and uploaded a PDF from your PC.
At first, the file status was set to Pending, indicating that the service was processing my PDF. But within a couple of minutes file status change to Registered, and shortly thereafter you received an e-mail with the PDF modified to accept ads.
The service decides on the number of ads to display based on the level of advertiser demand for placement in the PDF’s content. In the PDFs I tested, the service placed four or five text advertisements. Initially, none of the ads were particularly relevant to the PDFs’ contents: The PDFs discussed business software, yet all displayed the same ad for natural cosmetics. Within an hour or so, however, the ads changed and became more relevant to software.
Each PDF file is registered to display ads from the service for 180 days, after which the publisher may re-register the file (the service notifies you via e-mail when a PDF’s registration is about to expire). You may cancel a file’s registration at any time, thereby terminating the ad displays.
The advertising service has a few limitations. A PDF file must be no larger than 5MB. Files may not include sensitive content such as references to drugs, war, or adult material.
For more information read on PC world.