Tuesday, February 28, 2006


Today's news that tech analysts are jumping on are George Reyes's, Google's CFO, comments on how their "growth rates are slowing. And you see that each and every quarter. And we're going to have to find other ways to monetize the business."

CNet News.com provide their analysis, which I think might be a bit overboard. How much of a slow will there be in online advertising? I believe the writing is on the wall that more and more ad dollars are moving online. The whole space is still smaller than the $15 billion Yellow Page Market. Yellow pages! Do you still use your Yellow Page book besides as a door stopper and weapon against would-be burglars? Let's see what happens with Google's revenue at year end.

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