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Last post Oct 22, 2011 12:29 PM by pboisso
Feb 13, 2010 06:25 PM|LINK
I have nothing against BanMan, but I just don't see many other alternatives out there?
I'd like to find a good ad server solution for the sites I host, and being a .NET guy, that's what I started to look for. Although there were lots of results from script & dev sites showing alternatives, most point to either dead sites, or *very* old software.
I expected to see a variety of ASP.NET based solutions similar to what you see in the PHP space.
It seems like my choices are either BanMan, one of the PHP based solutions, or just use a cloud/hosted service...
Am I missing something?
Feb 16, 2010 05:18 AM|LINK
first determine what website your'e need ...Windows hosting with .net language or linux hosting with php language...try to make decision about that ..
after that, better you must find hosting provider to help build you're website ...
thanks and hope can help to handle you're problem..
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Feb 16, 2010 09:23 AM|LINK
Maybe I wasn't clear. I'm not really looking for a host...
I already host quite a few web sites; all running either classic ASP or ASP.NET, along with SQL Server. Now I'd like to add an ad server solution to the mix. I assumed it would be easy to find a few options for .NET based ad server software to drop into
the existing infrastructure. Unfortunately, BanMan seems like the *only* option out there. So what I'm asking, is...
Are there any other .NET based ad server software options out there besides BanMan?
If, there aren't any others, does BanMan cut the mustard? ...or should I consider one of the many PHP based alternatives?
Aug 11, 2011 09:58 PM|LINK
Oct 22, 2011 12:29 PM|LINK