pageoneresults - 2:39 am on May 3, 2006 (gmt 0) The Web's Million-Dollar Typos PPC Abuse is finally getting the attention it deserves.
Great find MB! And this comes right on the heels of another recent article (2006/04/30) from the Washington Post...
"It seems very hard to reconcile Google's support of this activity with their "Do No Evil" motto," said Ben Edelman, a researcher at Harvard University who has done extensive research into advertising on unused domains. Of the 30 million dot-com names registered worldwide last month, more than 90 percent were dropped, according to domain name registrar GoDaddy.com. As a whole, the Internet has only 54 million active .com and .net addresses, according to VeriSign Inc.
The Web's Million-Dollar Typos
PPC Abuse is finally getting the attention it deserves.