Advertiser Listing Guidelines
The goal of Technology Review is to present to
users and advertisers a comprehensive and relevant marketplace. We have
partnered with IndustryBrains to offer a targeted marketplace program
for fnancial advertisers. The relevancy of your IndustryTarget listing
is important to drive targeted customers to your business.
Technology Review does no't use "bots"
or "spiders" to judge relevancy. Our human editors look through
each listing to make sure that the information is a good match for the
In order to do so, our advertisers must adhere
to strict Listing Relevancy Guidelines.
They are as follows:
Ads should target the type of customers who might
be surfing a particular subject area. For example, it stands to reason
that a listing that appears within the Computing topic should target IT
professionals. This could be a great place to promote software, memory
chips, gaming equipment, or other hardware.
Clicking through to your site must not interfere
with our browser's back button. Spawning of multiple pop-up windows upon
click through is not permitted. Your site may generate a single pop-up
console only, but it cannot entirely block the web site associated with
the MarketPlace listing. Technology Review will deny all listings that
trigger excessive pop-ups.
Advertisers are not allowed to have the same Category
for multiple URL’s. Technology Review offiers a fair marketplace
and we do not want one advertiser holding a monopoly over a particular
Titles and Descriptions
Titles and Descriptions must be relevant to the
search term/category as well as the site they are referring to. Having
effective titles and descriptions will increase your chances of driving
targeted buyers to your site.
Technology Review will deny all listings that have text in ALL CAPS. In
addition, URL's and Phone numbers within the listing information will
also be denied.
Specific Web Sites
All Web Sites listed must be an active and working
web site. All non-working websites will not be approved.
In certain instances, Technology Review may not
accept competitive products and services. Decisions will be made at Technology
Review's sole discretion. Our human editors will inform you if your listing
has been denied.
Adult Content Sites
Technology Review does not allow Adult Content
Search Engines and Directories
All Search engines and directories, pay for performance
networks and Yellow pages must choose categories that pertain to the nature
of these sites, such as, “Search engine”, “Yellow Pages”,
Sites that promote gambling will not be accepted on Technology Review.
Sites that promote email spamming will not be accepted
in the Network.