Google helps blogger relieve Adwords headache

By Justin Mann on July 14, 2006, 5:43 PM
While not strictly tech news, this last tidbit I saw was just too funny to pass up. Google, despite their massive size and nickname of “big brother” to some, has a lot of credit to their name and has built up a good relationship with many people that depend on the Internet for business. This recent story was quite funny, in which a blogger griping over the changes to the Adwords program accused Google of giving him a headache. Their response? They mailed him some pills.

After a meeting at Fortune Interactive, where I was actually discussing Google reporting, I went to my desk and found an envelope from Google. I opened the envelope and a small pack of acetaminophen fell out.
It does make you wonder as to what sort of working atmosphere Google is, and what sort of PR department runs the show out there. Google's Adwords program is the basis of Google advertising.

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Phantasm66 said:
Google is a young persons company. I bet most folks around in there are in their 30s, even fairly senior staff. Back in the 80s, we cheered companies like Apple and Microsoft for being the new kids on the block, standing up to the likes of IBM. Now, Microsoft and Apple have replaced the place of IBM, and Google is the youngster. But now long will this last?
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