I keep looking at the Google AdWords that I am getting. Today, it is “Terrorism.” A lot of Terrorism links.
What is odd is that this misconstrues my intent. I wish not to make people think about “terrorism” so much as a sense of peace, security and normalcy.
Google, you are failing to catch my intent.
I sat in Red Rock Café the other night with a brilliant young gentleman from Google. I showed him precisely the sort of common misconstrual AdWords provides. The lack of specificity and the oddball nature of what it shows based not on what I was writing about presently, but based on prior writings.
There is much to be desired in the present state.
I also talked about some ideas on how to revolutionize the AdWords experience, which might require some partnerships with other well-known .com businesses.
For now, I leave as a challenge to my fellows at Google to make these AdWords more contextually appropriate for the point of what I am trying to get across.
Tonight I also sorted through a great number of photos I had stored in my phone. Getting them up onto my computer, and trying to sift through years of snapped shots without archiving them or uploading them.
I’ve uncovered some “forgotten treasures” of the past two years. Good stuff!