Paul Andrews

February 24, 2009

Guest Post on TechFlash: Google and a Penny-a-Click

Filed under: Online journalism/Media,Technology — Paul Andrews @ 6:27 am
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I’ve posted another guest essay on TechFlash, this time on how all roads to paid Web content run through Google:

“Google’s role would start with the Web searches that have become as second-nature to the Web as flipping channels on a TV. The highest-ranked searches (Google determines that today, of course) would be tagged for pay-to-click. Metadata, either a balloon or pop-up window (similar to Netflix’s stellar browse system), would display a sentence or two related to the full content of the selected piece…”



  1. Awesome stuff!
    Thanks for posting this – I have also checked out your other post on TechFlash.

    I think I will be subscribing to your RSS 🙂

    Comment by Helen Hunt — February 24, 2009 @ 6:37 am | Reply

  2. now I’ll stay tuned..
    My web: mov

    Comment by abitotivy — June 4, 2009 @ 9:30 pm | Reply

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