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Friday, February 04, 2005

Google AdWords Year 2004 in Review

Category: Professional

A review of Google AdWords.
A presentation on Google's search advertising program.
Read about the ideas—and the engineers—that drove the year's technology improvements.
(Wonder why did they use an em dash. I suppose for emphasis. Ideas and the engineers).

Usability is Google's forte. The presentation has eye-catching black and white images with bold captions in red. The copy is concise with a word document look for the html pages, which is fantastic. That's why I like Google. They combine beauty and simplicity.

Think simple. Think beautiful. Think Google.

Read the six AdWords tips from the presentation.

Thanks for the link, LazyGeek.

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Later on a post on Y!Q (Beta)—Yahoo's Contextual search. The Y!Q bar seen in this post.

Search for information related to a web page with Y!Q.
Search for contextual information from your browser (Firefox or IE), any web page, Yahoo! News, and your web site.