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Thursday, January 19, 2006

Thursday Thirteen + Technorati

Technorati didn't seem to pick up my Thursday Thirteen list, so I'm trying a smaller post with fewer manual tags to see if that works. Read For Thursday 13, 11 Google AdWords Tips.

Speaking of Technorati, they emailed me yesterday and said I could use their logo in the Technorati TagMan game. They also had a suggestion to link to their Blog Finder as well as Tags section on a winning tag. So, play a game and explore Technorati.

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4 Comments:

Blogger Killired said...

i got it!!!! woo hoo! fun game!

Thu Jan 19, 04:27:00 PM EST  
Blogger Richard said...

Cool. Each time you play, the game will generate a new tag. Hopefully, you'll find it's a fun way to explore Technorati tags. For more info, read the TagMan FAQ.

Thu Jan 19, 10:42:00 PM EST  
Blogger fakir005 said...

I don't really understand who these ad word tips are for. Are they for Google or for marketers or are they for people who have sites. Marketers are very clever people. They know xactly how to market their products and what words should they use. Google is so automated. You just write an article say on Pixels and you'll get ads by google relating to pixels.

My question is how to reach the marketers with large advertising budget. I do believe that I've something to offer to these advertisers with large advertising budget by giving them access to pixel sit that has only 5,000 Pixel images like at NEW ERA WISP
http://www.newerawisp.blogspot.com/

Although these 5,000 pixels cost $5,000 the life of these imaGES IDS NOT FIVE YEARS BUT TEN YEARS (120 MONTHS).So the cost per month is $40 per month. But then your image will not be a part of clutter of 100 pixel dots.

Are there any adwords that will create the right campaign?

Tue Feb 21, 05:20:00 PM EST  
Blogger Richard said...

Fakir005, go to adwords.google.com and open an account. Run some ads on Google for a month. Then come back and read these tips.

Tue Feb 21, 05:44:00 PM EST  

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