Advertisers complain about Google changes

08/23/2005 | CNET

CNET News.com is reporting that some advertisers are up in arms that Google's AdWords program is raising the price on new keywords by creating a minimum bid on keywords, as explained in a statement from Google. Search Engine Watch editor Danny Sullivan said: "This is part of the evolution of these ad systems. They started as low-cost systems, and it is only natural that they would increase the prices."

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