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[SCREENSHOT] G0ogle bidding on trademark domain? :D

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by muscleteen, Nov 27, 2010.

  1. muscleteen

    muscleteen Regular Member

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    ``Yousef Power Member

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    I reckon it incurs whenever someone searches with the "site:" function for a top level domain, could be wrong though :O.
     
  3. paincake

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    Yeah, it's shameless self promotion
     
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    Well it's placed in the same position as it uses for paid listings for adwords. It's definately self promotion, but I don't know how shameless it really is. I think if I was running google I would probably be doing even more self promotion than they actually do now.

    In fact we're all really lucky google isn't run by a blackhatter or else before we get to see the results of our searches we might have to fill out some survey each time.
    :cool::lol:
     
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    Actually they do this for all site: searches.
     
  6. xfernanx

    xfernanx BANNED BANNED

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    bidding? I lol`d
    That appears as some sort of promotion for webmaster tools when you use the "site:xxxxxx"
    function...

    Google has bid on all my 50 domains w00t! lol
     
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    indeed, that way i didn't get it when i read the OP's post. perhaps the OP never used "site:"
     
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    You can do the same thing using dynamic headlines. {KeyWord:}