Last Call: Yahoo’s adCenter Transition Tool About To Close

Quick note for any readers who have been slacking over the past few months and have not yet transitioned your Yahoo Search Marketing account over to Microsoft adCenter: The account transition tool inside your Yahoo account is shutting down on Wednesday, according to a post today on the Yahoo Advertising Blog:

The transition tool inside your YSM account will permanently close on January 5, 2011. Accounts that are not transitioned by January 5 can only be manually transitioned by exporting and importing campaigns into the adCenter UI.

Yahoo says you’ll know you haven’t yet transitioned accounts if you still see an “adCenter” tab with a yellow “Get Started” button in your Yahoo account.

Related Topics: Channel: SEM | Microsoft: Bing Ads | Yahoo: Search Ads

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  • http://www.seomoz.org Cyrus Shepard

    Extreme gratitude for this post mixed with anxiety that I haven’t transitioned yet. Thanks for the heads up!

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