Overture losses Google ...

From: Michael Low <>
Date: Thu 02 May 2002 11:19:09 -0600

Getting ranked high on Google has just got more important ...
AOL and their properties will be displaying Google listings ...

Guess talks fell out ... they (Overture + AOL) had extended their
partnership for an extra week ... things seemingly looked bright ..
but I guess not. That must be a blow to Overture but they scored
with a three-year extension of their partnership with Yahoo.

In their latest quarter, average price advertisers paid per click
was 24 cents. But hey ... the last time I checked .. mine were
$0.70 avg with $1.70 highest ... it's getting pricey to bid on
Overture : (

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Received on Thu May 02 2002 - 12:19:09 CDT


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