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Subject: Re: UKNM: Search Engines
From: Ray Taylor
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 15:16:48 +0100

Chris Meachin <cmeachinatagency [dot] com> said

> > Have I missed something here? Doesn't / didn't Agency.com
> > represent British
> > Airways (among others) for banner advertising placement.
> I fail to see the relevance: My views are not representative of the
> I work for. They're just my own.

Of course not! But what is your _opinion_ on the Agency.com / British
Airways campaign? Was it a success? Did it achieve anything or did it suck?
You expressed an opinion ("Banner advertising (though not necessarily *all*
placement advertising) sucks and will go the way of the dodo") which I
assumed was somehow based on experience or insight. Was it? Or was it just
blind prejudice? I am interested in everyone's opinion, but I take more
notice of those who have a reason for an opinion, rather than an opinion for
a reason. I am sure you fit into the former, so am merely curious to know
what leads you to believe that banner advertising "sucks." I am sure you
will enlighten me.

Ray Taylor
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