The new Microsoft adcenter blog and community has been established.Here is what the blog post reads-

Welcome to the new adCenter Blog on our new adCenter Community site. Mel and I, plus bloggers from across adCenter, will be posting advertiser related info in this space, from feature reviews and how-to’s to adCenter news and info on tools such as the adCenter Add-in for Excel 2007 and adCenter Labs.

Please take a moment to update your RSS subscription to our new location, and also come visit us in our discussion forum to ask and answer questions, and share your adCenter experiences and feedback.

We’ve moved our blog and forums here to this new location in order to consolidate our community offerings into one place to make it easier to find the info you need – here’s more context from our launch email:

The Future of adCenter Community is Here!

The adCenter Community Team is ready to unveil the next evolution of advertiser enablement with the launch of!!

In order to contribute to our credo of delivering world class service, we have been working diligently to deliver an online experience that enables our advertisers through a variety of interactive communication channels. Some of these features include:

· Product/Service specific blogs

· Categorized User Forums

· Multimedia Distribution including video interviews, audio podcasts and training videos

· User profiles

So whether you’re an adCenter Advertiser, using adCenter Analytics or developing through the adCenter API, will be the one place to visit for all adCenter updates, news, tips, tricks and best practices.

We’ve tried to build a community portal that encourages interaction so that not only can you get information, updates and assistance from Microsoft employees, but also from each other, as some of the most knowledgeable users of our products and services are our customers! Be sure to check out our user forums as they grow into a robust resource on everything adCenter and more.

We’re excited about delivering a truly unique experience for our advertisers, and hope you find value in the resource as well. As always, feel free to share your feedback and suggestions as we are always looking to improve.


Jeanie, Carolyn, Jason, Chris & Mel – adCenter Community Team