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Just to make it clear to them. There is a HUGE opportunity in just cloning the AdWords-AdSense structure and making these suggested improvements. It does not have to be more difficult than that.
Just get search results for free from A9, then build an exact clone of AdWords/AdSense into that - then make a few small improvements on this based on this thread.
Very few business ideas will ever be better than this one.
in marketing, some words have capitalization that's weird by grammatical standards, isn't picked up on by usual algorithms but is what the customer is expecting.
On a related subject: As I've mentioned several times already, I will be away from AdWords for the entire month of July - and neither reading or posting in this forum. I already anticipate missing this forum a lot, but I am going to try to take a real vacation and try not to check in 10 times a day as I'll certainly be tempted to do - after doing so nearly every business day for something like four years! ;)
I am happy to say that the Advertiser Feedback Report will still be sent out each week while I'm gone - and I've asked my colleague to be sure to include feedback from WebmasterWorld in general, and this thread in particular. So please, keep it alive and kicking!
Thanks in advance.
I'd like to know where I make suggestions about the Referral program, both from an Advertiser and a Publisher point of view. And specifically, where to report issues with the Google product ads that are in the Referral program now. I don't know if Referral issues are considered AdWords or AdSense issues.
I'll do my best to get an answer on this one before I head out of the office (for a month!) tomorrow, netmeg.
About two hours to go for any other feature requests. Last call. ;)
Just one final reminder that I won't be reading or posting in forum81 during the month of July, as I will be away from AdWords.
However, my colleagues who will compile and send the Advertiser Feedback Report in my absence will check in this thread for feedback each Thursday evening, and include it.
I'd love to see this thread stay active. Many thanks in advance!
change the label for the "total managed spend" data point, to accurately describe it (last 90 days).
and / or add another data point called lifetime managed spend to clarify the difference.
in the lifetime managed spned, include amounts from accounts even if they're no longer linked / managed.
[edited by: RhinoFish at 4:53 pm (utc) on June 30, 2007]