Is there a way to see all sponsored tags?

Like the ones sponsored by adobe or facebook?

Short of scanning all the tags page, of course.

BTW, I find this way of advertising pretty much aesthetic.

  • I also think it's a nice way to show ads. Oct 1, 2009 at 0:31
  • I don't mind the sponsored tags, but Please at least make them fit the damn tag box. Currently it looks like a blind yak edited the html to put in the sponsors.
    – nportelli
    Dec 8, 2009 at 14:00
  • Any news about this after 10 years ? Is it still "on the to-do list" ?
    – Mickael B.
    May 5, 2020 at 19:49

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We need a new Super Ninja search option: sponsored:1

  • Then I'd need a way to see all the Super Ninja search options. Having accomplished that, I'd need a way to see all the ways to see all the Super Ninja search options which showed me all the sponsored tags. Having done that.... Sep 30, 2009 at 18:40
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    Meta.SuperNinja.com/domainoverflow Oct 10, 2009 at 2:36

No, but it really should. I really like this kind of sponsoring. Branding without disturbing. Companies that understands that should be honored with some kind of listing or search-option.

One easy solution is to add an extra tab (or link) under 'Tag'-page. The listing could be a really simple one, only the sponsors and their tags. I think that would be a great way to show us who the sponsors are and in a way thank them for supporting the community, Jeff and everyone else that benefits from their money.


A "sponsor gallery" is on the to-do list... I suppose we could list the tags that are sponsored under the copy. So like...

[Adobe Logo] - Flash and Flex provide .... (more copy)...
sponsored tags: [flash], [flex],...

Maybe we'll get to it in Oct some time....


A list of them would suffice, IMHO. I don't see any need at all to have some sort of search method to only bring back sponsored tags.

  • But who's going to maintain the list?
    – Alex Angas
    Sep 30, 2009 at 13:23
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    This is why we have things like Community Wiki and FAQs
    – TheTXI
    Sep 30, 2009 at 14:05

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