Sometimes you come across some really dumb moves and it reminds you that "competition" isnt as fierce as you think it is!
anyone familiar with adwords or the arrow technique popularized by shoemoney and mentioned in the 60dc adwords hub should see this huge error!
if someone out there has a budget to waste on foolish errors like this..boy that makes the quality users of hubpages truly shine above.
its just a good reminder that competition is about quality not quantity
note: im referring to the topmost adwords error - nothing to do w/ the hub publisher
And with Advertising described as a Dirty Business...
Ki Words make all the difference.
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