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Chitika eMiniMall ‘Seasonal Special’ Ads

Posted By Darren Rowse 10th of February 2006 Chitika eMiniMalls 0 Comments

It looks like Chitika are getting in on the action with ads focussed upon seasons and holidays with their new ‘Seasonal Special’ type ads (see screen cap below) – kicking off with Valentines Day ads for the next week. Publishers logging in to Chitika at the moment will see them being promoted as:

‘The Seasonal Special category uses the new Chitika Category Hints feature, to display the latest, most popular, seasonal products. Here is a great way to feature items perfect for Valentine’s Day. Get started with Seasonal Specials.’


The ads that they have rotating there are mainly for flowers and fluffy toys.

I presume there will be other products targeted at different times of the year.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
  1. I have enough problems trying to get Chitika to display inline skate related ads on my site as it is. Now they’ve got seasonal ads?!?!

  2. Emacle –

    If you will contact me through my blog (click on my name) I will show you how to get the exact Chitika ad you want everytime.

    – Gary

  3. […] Nachdem kürzlich die neuen Kategorien eingeführt wurden, mit denen man nun eMiniMalls für bestimmte Produktgruppen bekommen kann, wird nun offenbar mit thematischen eMiniMalls experimentiert. Das geht jedenfalls aus Beiträgen amerikanischer Weblogs hervor. Demnach sind derzeit beispielsweise Anzeigen speziell zu Produkten rund um den Valentinstag möglich. In der Praxis meldet man sich in seinem Chitika-Account an und wählt dort als Kategorie die neuen “Season Specials”. Einen Screenshot davon gibt es bei Blog Helper. Wie eine solche Valentins-eMiniMall aussieht, zeigt der Problogger Darren Rowse. […]

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