About Vertical Search Works
A search and advertising firm renowned for pioneering semantic ad matching technology, Vertical Search Works serves as an invaluable resource for advertisers and publishers alike. Vertical Search Works offers unique advertising programs created to meet the specific needs of both parties, maximizing response rates and boosting ad revenues. The groundbreaking semantic search engine technology Vertical Search Works developed understands words, expressions, and context and reviews publisher page content to identify editorially compatible advertising. By pairing advertisements and content pages appropriately, Vertical Search Works ensures that online advertising reaches the ideal audience and helps publishers increase their ad revenues significantly.
VSW FeatureLink, an innovative advertising program from Vertical Search Works, utilizes images, logos, or videos, adding a compelling visual element to text link advertising. Thanks to several user-friendly Web tools Vertical Search Works included in VSW FeatureLink, advertisers can create dynamic ads online with little difficulty. The addition of eye-catching imagery to text link advertising gives viewers a clear idea of what to expect when they click links, effectively attracting more traffic and resulting in a significantly improved return on investment for advertisers. Similarly, publishers that use VSW FeatureLink benefit from pages populated with aesthetically pleasing advertisements chosen specifically to match the editorial content.
Because Vertical Search Works built VSW FeatureLink to use advanced semantic search technology as opposed to running a contextual search, advertisers avoid research and keyword bidding. Publishers seeking to opt in to VSW FeatureLink need only complete a simple online registration, and the program boasts non-technical cut-and-paste integration with content sites. Moreover, Vertical Search Works developed VSW FeatureLink to function in conjunction with other advertising programs such as Google AdWords and Google AdSense rather than compete with them.