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Blogger-centric contextual advertising

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Blogger-centric contextual advertising
This paper addresses the concept of Blogger-Centric Contextual Advertising, which refers to the assignment of personal ads to any blog page, chosen in according to bloggers' interests. As blogs become a platform for expressing personal opinions, they naturally contain various kinds of statements, including facts, comments and statements about personal interests, of both a positive and negative nature. To extend the concept behind the Long Tail theory in contextual advertising, we argue that web bloggers, as the constant visitors of their own blog sites, could be potential consumers who will respond to ads on their own blogs. Hence, in this paper, we propose using text mining techniques to discover bloggers' immediate personal interests in order to improve online contextual advertising. The proposed BCCA (Blogger-Centric Contextual Advertising) framework aims to combine contextual advertising matching with text mining in order to select ads that are related to personal intere...
Teng-Kai Fan, Chia-Hui Chang
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where CIKM
Authors Teng-Kai Fan, Chia-Hui Chang
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