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if you are really that keen on getting one, let me know and I'll have someone leave 1 at your desk like last time
Yet again, explosive laughter erupts from the vicinity of AWA's desk, following a post from Shak. ;)
Thanks for the very kind offer Shak - but I'd rather they went to advertisers...
Greedy hag? They run a business to make money as we do. ...after that it is still just about money.
Sorry but I don't sell GIFTS on ebay - let alone NEW and COOL gifts, just to make a couple bucks.
(So toddb, sounds like you may be the seller?! Lynch him!)
[edited by: PPCBidder at 9:20 pm (utc) on Dec. 22, 2004]
just out of curiosity, how many people send their Google rep or similar a gift at Xmas
Only thing I personally received was ice cream at my desk one time. My favorite flavor... :)
I also remember seeing an enormous chocolate bar that took several people to lift...
Maybe I'll ask around and see what else. Oh, and there was that live Tapir that arrived in the post one day. Now that was an event!
I sent sees candy to all my reps. Helping others get fat for the holiday...
Nice! I'm off to look into being a rep... ;)
I've not yet seen one of my Google gifts show up yet :(
Here is a little insight for those who are really astonished that they've not received a gift from Google, when they really thought they ought.
It may be good thing to make sure that Google has a clear idea of what the 'right' address is for you. Often, when folks are managing lots of accounts for many clients, the address thing can get a little uncertain.
Disclaimer: This is not my real area of influence, please understand. So I can't really offer anything beyond the advice above, and a sincere hope that things work out for each of you. ;)
<edit> Fix embarrassing typo </edit>
[edited by: AdWordsAdvisor at 12:52 am (utc) on Dec. 23, 2004]
it might not just be a function of how much you spend, but how long you've had your account too, to determine if you are below minimum google radio requirements (GRR).
Yep and it only takes revenue through the Google engine itself and not it's partners into consideration :)
A day that begins with laughing out loud has to be a good day. So, thanks for that, PPCBidder & Robsp. ;)
Wish I knew the details of the algo...
Turns out we got 2 radios! (Presumably 1 from UK and one from USA). Sadly, they had both found their way out of the building without anyone telling me!
If you can't trust your business partners, what is the world coming to?