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How Google Makes Its Money


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Online Vs. Print Ads


So what do you guys think?In your experience which brings better business?Or does that depend on the product/service or the customers?

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Here’s a nice bit of multi-faceted irony for you: On Thursday, Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper ran a print ad for Google’s (directly competitive) search advertising business.

You know who needs a haircut? People searching for a haircut,” the ad reads. “Maybe that’s why ads on Google work.”

The ad was tweeted by media reporter Steve Ladurantaye with the caption, “An ad for Google ads in today’s Globe demonstrates the value of print ads, yes?”

Google’s ad ran in both the Globe‘s print and digital editions, as well as in the National Post, the Globe‘s main competitor, Ladurantaye tells us.

Impolite, funny, probably overdue.

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Something About Google


wealthymatters.comIts hard to do business today without coming in touch with Google .I will be the first to say I have benefited enormously from its numerous free services.However,Google is huge and talks down from towering heights. And the situation is made worse by the fact that there are few viable alternatives.So willy nilly it becomes a situation of play by Google’s rules or stay away with few alternatives. Conversations with Google are indeed one way and their vision  is of a pyramidal world not a flat one.

I am following the developments below,as reported in the ET, with a great interest.What about you?What do you think about these developments?How has your experience with Google been?Do you like doing business with them?What alternatives have you found?How satisfied are you? Read more of this post

Bachelorville’s Big Fish


Here’s a bit of masala for your tea time break-A list of Silicon Valley’s Most Eligible Bachelors,courtesy today’s ET.In no particular order the hotties are:

wealthymatters.comPete Cashmore, chief executive, Mashable

Inc. magazine tagged Mr. Cashmore — 26 and with a net worth estimated as high as $95 million — as “the Brad Pitt of the blogosphere.” Gawker called him “the planet’s sexiest geek.” He currently sees Lisa Bettany, a photographer and entrepreneur. And like a matinee idol, he has a sultry air that has even become an in-joke among techies. An anonymous Twitter account called @hotpetecashmore is dotted with tweets like “Am I the only one feeling hot, hot, hot tonight? — Pete.” But Mr. Cashmore did not make it on his looks. He started Mashable in his bedroom in Aberdeen, Scotland,at age 19, and for a time some tech insiders joked that he was the “Loch Ness Blogger,”because so few in tech circles had actually laid eyes on him. Those days are over. Mashable now attracts more than 20 million visitors a month, and this year, Mr. Cashmore made Time’s list of the 100 most influential people, as well as the Forbes “30 Under 30” list. Read more of this post

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