[thelist] Google's new advertising scheme(ot)

Baker, Nick BakerN at mso.umt.edu
Wed Oct 25 08:47:04 CDT 2000

lithography or color lithography might work

Nick Baker
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The University of Montana
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BakerN at mso.umt.edu

-----Original Message-----
From: kev.skindrill [mailto:kev.skindrill at bigfoot.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 2:00 PM
To: thelist at lists.evolt.org
Subject: Re: [thelist] Google's new advertising scheme

> thought I should point out the new DIY advertising scheme that Google has
> produced. It's pretty cool. You get a chance to try out how an ad (or
> of ads) would look and how many thousands of impressions a day certain
> keywords would give. It's fun to just play with, even if like me you have
> money to spend on the service.
> https://adwords.google.com/AdWords/Welcome.html

Have any of you tried this yet, it's fantastic! Nice one Steve :)
I've just run an ad with most of the key words & phrases I've used in my
boss' website for the printing company and it shows that the word "printing"
has thousands of hits but the phrase "lithographic printing", which I
thought would be popular, rated a big fat zero. This does seem an excellent
way of testing out keywords & phrases before using them.

kev at ratking.co.uk

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