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In his book “Predictably Irrational,” Dan Ariely recounts one of his most famous observations regarding the prevalence of organ donors across different countries. You can read more about the organ donation phenomenon on his blog, but the basic gist is that countries with an opt-out model have significantly more citizens registered as organ donors. Compare […]

Link: Microsoft Blasts Google’s Ad Policies Here’s a synopsis of the article: Microsoft denounces Google AdWords policy for hindering online advertising competition. Specifically, Microsoft execs feel that Google intentionally makes it unnecessarily difficult to transfer account/ad information from Adwords to other search engine advertisers, such as Microsoft AdCenter (for bing) or even Yahoo Marketing Solutions. […]

Link: Google expands ad targeting methods Google is toeing a fine line between efficiency and being totally creepy. Like I mentioned in a previous post, Google is a business. It wasn’t built by the people for the people, despite all the happy feelings associated with the company. I love Google products as much as the […]

July 13th, 2009

A Google Mutiny?

Link: The Time Has Come To Regulate Search Engine Marketing And SEO Here’s a quote from the article that speaks volumes to me (with my emphasis). “Here’s where the parallel to free trade breaks down. There are no perfect paradigms looking at free trade and import/export laws that exactly define or address this challenge.” And […]

March 23rd, 2009

Extra big web ads

Is this the future of web advertising? Is the next big thing these gigantic banners (if you can even call them banners, they seem more like docks at this point) that take up a third of page real estate? Is this a good or bad thing? Will people just continue to ignore them? Or will […]

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