Jeremy Zawodny loves Google (AdWords)

Summary:Jeremy Zawodny’s blog is described at Google.com as “The journal of an employee of Yahoo, which includes news of the search engine and the company.

Jeremy Zawodny’s blog is described at Google.com as “The journal of an employee of Yahoo, which includes news of the search engine and the company.”

His post today “You’re welcome to google on Yahoo,” responds to Google’s “Do you Google?” official blog post, in which Google aims to instruct the public on what it deems to be proper usage of “their” word, “Google.”

Zawodny concludes his post by pointing out:

why not google wherever the hell you want. Search boxes really aren't that hard to find nowadays, are they?

But the if the lawyers really do threaten you, I guess you could always yahoo.

But does Zawodny know HE can always advertise through Yahoo? Yahoo Search Marketing isn't that hard to find, is it?

Zawodny’s blog is sponsored by “Ads by Google,” not “Ads by Yahoo!”

Zawodny even has his own dedicated Google AdWords “Advertise on Jeremy Zawodny’s Blog” solicitation page to recruit even more customers for Google:

You're only steps away from advertising on this site, a valued member of Google's diverse network of partner websites. The 'Advertise on this site' link you just clicked is part of an ad delivered by the Google AdWords system…create a new campaign to target Jeremy Zawodny's blog.

Perhaps Zawodny is waiting for Yahoo’s Panama upgrade to make the switch!

Topics: Google

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