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Will you use mobile ads?

Discussion in 'Google AdWords' started by GuyFromChicago, Sep 11, 2007.

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Will you use mobile ads after the free trial ends?

  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  3. Undecided

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  1. #1
    Will you use mobile ads after the free trial is over?
     
    GuyFromChicago, Sep 11, 2007 IP
  2. tvmatt

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    It's impossible to market any products that I advertiser by using the mobile web (none of the advertisers I work with have mobile storefronts), so I won't be using mobile ads at all.
     
    tvmatt, Sep 11, 2007 IP
  3. GuyFromChicago

    GuyFromChicago Permanent Peon

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    I have a feeling that will apply to a lot of advertisers.
     
    GuyFromChicago, Sep 13, 2007 IP
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    Don't trust all this new-fangled technology.

    I'm a big fan of keeping things simple. I'm guessing that the traffic levels would never justify the time and effort.

    But I may be proven wrong...
     
    CustardMite, Sep 13, 2007 IP
  5. GuyFromChicago

    GuyFromChicago Permanent Peon

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    It could be (should be?) a big hit for local stuff or other things people to tend to do on the move - sports, news, directions, etc. I have a few smaller personal sites I may try and test since it's free. Not expecting much (because of markets, not the technology) so I won't be disappointed:)
     
    GuyFromChicago, Sep 13, 2007 IP
  6. bigmarvloyal

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    I'm still unsure to be honest - I guess I'll just wait and see how things pan out over time.

    It does, however, look very interesting indeed ;-)

    Cheers

    Stewart
     
    bigmarvloyal, Sep 13, 2007 IP
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    Nope. I doubt any of my markets would convert well for these ads.
     
    selltrib, Sep 13, 2007 IP
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    I ran these mobile ads about 3 months ago. It was good cheap traffic but of course I couldn't convert it due to the cell phone display issues.

    As others have said it would do great with local services.
     
    BigWill, Sep 14, 2007 IP
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    something i am concerned about too however i do like google's feature that lets you view how your site looks on a mobile device has anyone else used this?
     
    scuba5794, Sep 15, 2007 IP
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    GuyFromChicago, Sep 17, 2007 IP