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FREE Google Ads support for businesses who had to cut costs due to COVID19 pandemic


Hey everyone,

I wanted to share this with you, hope it's okay (Its not)

as it's totally free (Define Free... Sorry, you can't)

and could help quite a lot (financially). (for you or us? Rhetorical)

This could be useful for anyone offering bookkeeping and accounting services and advertising their website/app online during this horrible period. (You are using this time to your advantage)

We understand times are tough for many businesses.(Yours)

That's why we, as Google Premier Partners, offer FREE Google Ads support for businesses who had to cut costs due to COVID19 pandemic. (Again, through advertising proliferation profiteering from terrible events)


No hidden costs (what about the advertising cookies it comes with)
Years of experience (of what?)
Team of 20+ Google specialists (You don't know how many people are in your team?)

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-- Edited by Shamus on Wednesday 1st of April 2020 05:33:59 PM

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Did you get the mods permission? Suggest you remove your link until the mod comes on - can be added back if he agrees.

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Or you could just wait until a ban is in place

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Hi Joanne,

sorry for the delay, ISP issues today. Making me wonder if the networks can handle the strain of so many people working from home... Or is that just so many people watching cat video's simultaneously... Or perhaps so many advertising cookies reporting back your every key stroke to their masters.

Worst part about this one is invisible profiteering from a global disaster. At least though unlike the spammers from India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka this one didn't lie about where in the world they were so kudos to them for that part at least.

The site itself was yet another of those Viglink redirects.

On a linked note to this there was a very interesting peice in New Statesman a few weeks back about surveilance capitalism. For some reason I had it in my head that Facebook instigated the everything that you do is recorded and sold model but it was actually Google and it was Sheryl Sandberg moving from Google to Facebook that completed that made Facebok the all powerful machine that it is.

The article was "Slouching Towards dystopia" the cover story from the 28th Feb to 5th March edition. The strap line for it is "The Death of Privacy - How we sold out to surveilance capitalism" and makes for quite interesting and well balanced reading (rather than the tin foil hat peices that one occassionally reads in there).

All the best,

Shaun.




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Oh heck Shaun - Ive not noticed an issues..........yet. Hope I dont, relying on it so much just now, more than usual. I think there should be a way to switch people's t'interweb off if they do so much as look at even a cat picture on Facebook.

I havent got time to read the New Statesman - I need to sleep, something that you clearly dont need....unless it s 2pm Saturday. Although I am tempted to re-read 1984, just to see some irony.

Oh but Shaun - you have left this ones dodgy profile link!!!!!!!! Talk about slouching. (No dont kill me for saying that!)

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Hi Shaun and Joanne

Reminds me of a buffering joke, will include it tomorrow, may not work so much now we have fibre.

Not noticed any lagging here (yet)



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Plenty of lags round here though.

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