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Sponsored Listings on Top and Bottom of Search Results HayMeadows
First time I've seen this. Here's a screenshot, [ edited by: eWhisper at 9:44 pm (utc) on Feb. 11, 2005] [edit reason] Please No URL Drops. [/edit]
Nice find HM.
Most of the other SE's are already doing this however it's a new innovation for G. I wonder if it works better than on the side? What parameters get you there? Is this just a repeat of what was at the top of the page?
I can't reproduce your results from here even when using the &gl=us or uk designations.
They are showing up for me every time on main Google in the US.
The lower ads are the next two PPC positions, after the top ones that are shown (when they are).
Lower ads appear every time, upper ads only every once in a while.
The very sharp eyed members of this Forum seem to spot AdWords tests with amazing regularity!
This is one such test - and good catch HayMeadows.
(But, hey, why did no one spot the really cool (IMO at least) Disapproved Ad tool? Thatís what I want to know!)
I used the tool today AWA (very usefull). Maybe we missed it because it did not make it to the monthly advertizer newsletter :) AdWordsAdvisor
I used the tool today AWA (very usefull). Maybe we missed it because it did not make it to the monthly advertizer newsletter :)
Heheh. I was
hoping that someone would say that! Mind if I quote you, Robsp?
hidden agenda is that I'm trying to whip up some support for the idea of more frequent newsletters, from folks who wouldn't mind seeing them every month. ;)
Glad you like the tool, btw. It's the sort of thing that can result from the steady stream of great feedback that you all post to this Forum. :)
Heheh. I was hoping that someone would say that! Mind if I quote you, Robsp?
By all means, please do. Anything that improves communication from Google helps. I used to work for a company where the technicians "ruled" and I know how you feel :)