A couple years ago Wisconsin law firm, Cannon & Dunphy, started buying adwords (“Habush or “Rottier) from Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft. Fellow Wisconsin law firm, Habush Habush & Rottier, responded by suing Cannon & Dunphy, on the grounds that Cannon’s purchase of “Habush” or “Rottier” in adwords was a violation of Wisconsin privacy law that… Continue Reading
I wonder how many people go about selecting a lawyer by first name. Probably not too many but it was a darn good thing that West's FindLaw paid to take care of such folks doing a search at google.
Do a search for Robert lawyer. FindLaw has bought a sponsored link for a Robert lawyer and of course they are first in the search results for a page titled: “Find a Robert Lawyer.” I've been thinking about getting me one of them. I did a search for Barbie lawyer and darn, FindLaw did not have any of those in stock.
Clifford R. Kurtzman, Moderator of the Online Advertising Discussion List, reported from AD:TECH in New York City that despite today's increased bandwidth Internet advertisers are looking to text only ads and links to get the job done.