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Subject: RE: UKNM: Google - A brave new marketing strategy
From: Bunder, Leslie
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 19:04:13 +0100

Indeed, Google is a nice search tool. One of the features I like is where
it caches a page so that you can access it directly from Google. Useful if
you are looking for an archived page.


Leslie Bunder
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> ----------
> From: Marc Walker[SMTP:epubattheso7 [dot] freeserve [dot] co [dot] uk]
> Sent: 09 July 1999 12:17
> To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com
> Subject: UKNM: Google - A brave new marketing strategy
> Has anyone tried the new search engine google.com?
> One of its founders, Larry Page, has been quoted saying "we have other
> ways of making money, you will see".
> Google have also stated that it will not become a portal nor will it
> hold any content.
> They have secured $25 million in investment funding so somebody is
> taking it seriously.
> If you haven't tried it, do so, it is a very powerful search engine.
> So what will there marketing strategy be, if it is that accurate then
> everybody will flock there to use it.
> I cannot remember of the top of my head what Yahoo.com's stats are but i
> think they were about 30 million per month.
> If google starts to attract that many how will they use their audience?
> Can they make money without portal advertising or content?
> Marc Walker
> Electronic Publishing Consultant
> http://www.tso-online.co.uk

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