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But for some reason, the competition never materialized.
I will never forget the way they treated us with google checkout. Get us on board and then screw us with the old switcharoo! Good luck with relying on google to keep their word.
But the merry-go-round has stopped, the prolonged recession has woken people up - even in the internet world, businesses now want payback, we don't want to be buying customers forever, we want to be selling to customers and making profit.
I say yes on both counts
[edited by: Naj0rt at 12:42 pm (utc) on Oct 24, 2012]
Google is like a giant pyramid scheme
ooh look at my CTRs and Likes and all that. I want to see the bottom line in the accounts.
Obviously a boycott could just be a one day thing, just enough to let them know that they need to respect the market.
I think the punters are fed up with ads and don't click them anymore.
Yes I have been saying the that click bid rates are far too high for any ROI (unless you are selling very expensive products)