Ad rebels mount an attack on the Googrosoft Death Star

A great way for any online ad venture that is not MSN or Google to gain a foothold.

I like the idea of sharing data, combined with product individualism. Wish it well, really do.

2 things it will need to do out the blocks to succeed:

1. Get some traffic
MSN as a competitor? They should be aiming higher than that, MSN’s traffic levels are appalling here in UK. It sucks out the lifeforce of getting creative if no one is listening.

2. Get back ends consolidated.
Seriously, don’t make me access multiple systems and log-ins. I want to register a campaign once, and once only. Happy to tinker with ad formats and methods once in, but I’ll walk if I spend all day logging in and out and deciphering different naming conventions etc.

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By | 2016-12-19T15:34:38+00:00 January 18th, 2011|Search Engine Marketing | Goldladder Blog|Comments Off on Ad rebels mount an attack on the Googrosoft Death Star

About the Author:

Matt is a Goldladder co-founder and Director, and is not afraid to get his hands dirty on any project! With a technical background and healthy dislike of marketing in general, Matt looks towards data and conversions in a project rather than jumping on the latest bandwagon. He is Exeter based, often in London, and enjoys visiting the sharp end and exploring how the online world translates into real business for his clients. Matt has Google and Microsoft accreditations, enjoys Basecamp’s project management approach, and refuses to believe anything is real until it can be tracked in Google Analytics.