GOOGLE’S online satellite pictures may have opened a new area for advertisers to boldly go where none have gone before.
Source: The Inquirer
Call Target immediately and tell them you have a rooftop just waiting to be painted—for just a measly $10,000 or so. You see, it looks like advertisers have realized that with Google’s online satellite pics on Google Maps, there is a completely untapped space for more eyes to see their logos. And though this (perhaps fake) pic is of a Target store, why not lease out your own rooftop? Or even a bald head. It does give me a creepy feeling to think that this is the next step in our over-advertised world, but only until I start thinking of all the cash that’s gonna be rolling in once I join the Google AdRooftop network.
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