| 1:23 am on Aug 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
way to go Seth ...
and was Matt even there :)
as a google dance attendee, I must say it was a very cool event,
however I actually spent more time introducing 1 google employee to another, I am sure they must keep em locked up somewhere as they never meet each other.
great food and good fun.
| 1:46 am on Aug 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Mind you, "The Times" seems to spend more time introducing you to GOOG and explaining what possibilities it has then any other stock.
What link between FOXS and GOOG? :)
| 2:03 am on Aug 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
|dubbed "Florida" for the muddled ballot count |
Great theory - but the fact that our upcoming PubCon was in Orlando was more of a factor. Still, I like the election theory.
| 3:50 am on Aug 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Yah, the fact that the next pubcon was in Florida was the main reason that I always heard. :)
| 5:14 am on Aug 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
"The guests mostly have behaved themselves, although a couple of years ago there was an unsuccessful attempt to steal one of Google's couches. "We bring in extra security -- just in case," Cutts said."
Hehe that made me laugh :-)
| 5:20 am on Aug 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
The dance was awesome - more so for some than others :)
I heard one guy fell asleep on the bus on the way back to his hotel - and ended up in san FRANCISCO by mistake. Oh well - a few hours and more than $100 cab fare got him back safely.
| 7:21 am on Aug 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I like this one:
"Everything you ever wanted to know about Google is right there on the (online) forums that the webmasters run," Norvig said. "There is a lot of truth in there, but there's also a lot of crazy stuff. We just don't tell them which is which."
Cīmon Norvig. Be generous and tell us "which is which" ;-)
| 11:23 am on Aug 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
"But ads can get expensive, and many Web surfers simply refuse to click on them"
I've heard that more than once from people I know. Any guesstimates on how many?
| 12:46 am on Aug 22, 2005 (gmt 0)|
|"But ads can get expensive, and many Web surfers simply refuse to click on them" |
Any guesstimates on how many?
It depends on the topic area.
We see click-thru rates
as high as 25% (1 click per 4 impressions)
and as low as .02% (1 click per 5000 impressions)
Ads for widgets get a lot of click thrus but widget ads get hardly any.
| 4:42 pm on Aug 22, 2005 (gmt 0)|
lol.. The Mick Jagger thing was just an off the cuff comment I made to Chicago and eWhisper when I saw the size off the group surrounding Matt.. Didn't realize we were standing next to an AP reporter until he started asking me questions.. The party was great, and it was good to see Matt, even if it was only for a quick hello (I think he might owe me a tour of the plex for such a good comparison :)