Google Offers Print Ad Service – Los Angeles Times

Google Offers Print Ad Service – Los Angeles Times

28 Magazines are participating in Google auctions for print ad space.

Please let me know if you try this or know anyone who has. I heard the early tests were disappointing, but Google is not about to give up….

One thought on “Google Offers Print Ad Service – Los Angeles Times

  1. We did not use the google print service, but our Google rep sounded very desparate to fill up their adspace during the last round of print ads. She offered us a standard-sized ad (1/8 of the page, I believe) for under $1K in a very reputable magazine.

    We did not take the offer because we didn’t like the fact that it was essentially co-branded with google. I have one friend who did participate who said his response from the ad was quite poor so I guess we made the right decision.

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