Saturday 21 May 2005This is 18 years old. Be careful.

At work, our sales team has started buying Google adwords (“email overload”, “email management” and “email activity management”, I think). That lead to a discussion of search keyword buying, which reminded me of NicheBot. It claims to help you hone in on better-performing search terms to buy, by narrowing the results to eliminate competition. Does it work? How would I know? I’ve never bought ad words.


Eeek. You are getting dangerously close to "the metal" of marketing. Soon, you are going to be talking about "synergies" and (*shudder*), "crossing the chasm."

Don't worry, though. I will be there to deprogram you. My basement ain't pretty, but it works.
Nichebot looks like a great thing. When's the last time you saw Tim Berner-Lee's Semantic Web vision brought to life as well as that?

I like to think that we are all in the same boat. And the name of that boat is "marketing".
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