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Google adwords for products that don’t exist

January 16, 2009 One Comment

While writing about the intempo idab, I noticed someone paying for a sponsored link for a product that doesn't exist - an ipod digital radio. These don't really exist - and the site advertising doesn't sell the idab add on.

Google sponsored link for an ipod digital radio.

Google sponsored link: ipod digital radios

Why would you pay to get traffic for a product that not only do you not sell ... but no one sells?

It seems they're not alone, though.

Perpetual motion

People are also paying to attract traffic for people looking for perpetual motion.

Google adwords: perpetual motion

Google adwords: perpetual motion

Presumably they know that that doesn't exist.

But then again ...

They aren't the only ones.

Time travel

Google sponsored link: time travel

Google sponsored link: time travel

Other people are advertising the secrets of time travel.

Maybe they all know something I don't ...

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