Monday, August 15, 2005

GoogleNet, It's Everywhere You Want To Be

Om Malik from Broadband Blog and Business 2.0 writer has a great story called GoogleNet this am.

What if Google (GOOG) wanted to give Wi-Fi access to everyone in America? And what if it had technology capable of targeting advertising to a user’s precise location? (that is the sentence I find powerful)

Could Google create the most effiient, localized, targeted, opt-in advertising engine?

The gatekeeper of the world’s information could become one of the globe’s biggest Internet providers and one of its most powerful ad sellers, basically supplanting telecoms in one fell swoop. Sounds crazy, but how might Google go about it?

Think it's crazy?

There's already a logo called

Maybe Google will steal Visa's slogan, "it's everywhere you want to be"

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