Global Security Watch > Google now knows what you shop for
[Feh! v2] Google now knows what you shop for Posted by Ian Holsman Thu, 27 Oct 2005 06:43:00 GMT I just read the recent blog post of Jen Sense which explains how google pays different amounts to its advertisers depending on if you actually purchase goods or not. ie.. if the ad is successful google charges more from the advertiser and rewards the publisher. Fantastic idea.. Im all for better measures on how effective ads and publishers are for showing those ads. But Im just wondering if it is being used on the flip side? by that I mean if you the viewer click and spend money on digital cameras. Will google show you more camera ads when you surf? or display higher value ads because you actually spend money on the net? or even perhaps google will share the information with the publisher, and allow ”high-value viewers access to premium areas of the site.. it definatly does open some doors not currently available. What if it determines your a lousy mark^h^h^h not a person prone to actually...
[InfoToday Blog] Dualing Keynotes...And a Third: What could have been a boring copyright discussion or a battle-royal over the impact of Googles digitization project proved to be an evening of wit and fascinating commentary”thanks to the hosting skills of the droll and clever Canadian, Stephen Abram, and his sharp-tongued panel of commentators (all over-40 males plus the voice of Searcher Editor Barbara Quint wafting in via speaker phone). Abram asked the panel to project into the future and talk about what its like in 2020, after weve built the “megalibrary.”
[mamamusings] internet librarian 05: google debate: But when you go to Google Print, you won’t know that—you’ll see the reprinted, proprietary version from a publisher, without an indication that it’s in the public domain and can be found from other sources. “And to add insult to injury, they give you links to buy the book, but no links to libraries.”
[Read/Write Web] Discussion: Prosumer Media Mena Trott, Mark Fletcher, Rich Skrenta: . John: google weather, feed reader Mark: google joining long list of companies doing feed reader... the internet, so will be very important in future (ref: google feed reader, but framing it in bloglines... interested in. Mena: it's about privacy, writing to specific audiences. no scale expectations. John: video
[Calacanis.weblogsinc.com] $1Ma year in Google Adsense (or why 2739 is my favorite number ...: Since I redesigned my website into a search type facility related to Shanghai business, I've managed to gain a few dollars a month, up from a few cents in adsense revenue. The reason I suppose is because the people who come to my site are looking for information fast and as much as possible, therefore my adsense clicks have increased since they are a compatible fit with the link service that my site provides.
[Googleblog.blogspot.com] Official Google Blog: Only by physically scanning and indexing every word of the extraordinary collections of our partner libraries at Michigan, Stanford, Oxford, the New York Public Library and Harvard can we make all these lost titles discoverable with the level of comprehensiveness that will make Google Print a world-changing resource. But just as any Web site owner who doesn't want to be included in our main search index is welcome to exclude pages from his site, copyright-holders are free to send us a list of titles that they don't want included in the Google Print index.
[Google.com] Google AdSense - Case Study: Weblogs, Inc. is a publishing consortium of 100 independent bloggers who produce more than 1,000 blog posts a week across over 75 industry-leading blogs, including the popular consumer technology blog Engadget, luxury goods blog Luxist, and car-focused Autoblog. Written by experts and enthusiasts, each one has a distinctive following in its subject area.
[Masternewmedia.org] Independent Publishing News, e-Marketing Articles, Online ...: If you use the Internet Explorer browser, both the Google Toolbar and theAlexa Toolbar have a feature which shows the popularity of the Web site you arecurrently viewing. The Google PageRank is used by many companies, agencies andconsulting firms to easily assess the authority and popularity of any Web site.In recent times even the advertising prices of a site have been determined inrelationship to the Google PageRank.