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Google Says You Can't Buy The Top Ad Spot.Views: 279
May 27, 2008 6:32 pmGoogle Says You Can't Buy The Top Ad Spot.#

Eileen Brown
The ad clicker should benefit the most

Wealthy businesses and smaller operations all compete fairly when it comes to testing ad quality, and thus a placement at the top isn't a divine right for anyone.
Ad quality becomes a bigger issue in the coming weeks, as Google plans to subject advertisers to landing page load time assessments. Speedier pages, which will mean those without lots of plugged-in third-party content, will receive better ad quality scores.

Google's strategy considers quality as king of the advertising and visitor relationship. Relevant search results are no longer enough; it might be suggested that certain competing search engines would suit people as well as Google does for queries.

Read the rest here:
http://www.webpronews.com/topnews/2008/05/27/google-says-you-cant-buy-the-top-ad-spot

What will this mean for your business?
Are you ranking high in organic search results?

Eileen :D

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May 28, 2008 12:52 amre: Google Says You Can't Buy The Top Ad Spot.#

Scott Wolpow
Page quality is important from another standpoint. If the results are poor, people will stop using it.

The top listing is not the most expensive BTW. In fact it is often a lower earning position.

Scott Wolpow
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