(via googleprivacy) I called it.(Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
I loved both Asterix and Tintin while growing up, so this was a pretty neat thing to see this morning on Google.
Search Ad Search Ad – Recursion Problem?
I though crossed my mind that makes me question if advertising is anything close to being an appropriate element of real-time search today. The thought came to me when realizing that there’s so much sentiment data that’s been pulled together from tweets, that any query you throw at a Google real-time search engine would be easily answerable … Continue reading Search Ad Search Ad – Recursion Problem?
Adding Some Mint to Real-Time Search
A quote from a recent New York Times piece on the monetization of real-time search: “Others say examples abound of queries that could be matched with ads: a search for tweets about snow conditions may be an advertising opportunity for ski resorts; one about poor cellphone coverage could attract ads from a rival network; one … Continue reading Adding Some Mint to Real-Time Search