By David Ciccarelli
December 12, 2006
The dream of every web company is to be featured on TechCrunch, the industry-leading blog that covers start-ups, venture capital and technology. Overnight, TechCrunch did a great story, albeit controversial, about Voices.com and Google Audio Ads.
Google's recent foray into radio advertising is the latest effort in their quest for world domination of new and old media.
TechCrunch explained it this way:
Through partnerships with hundreds of radio stations, Google Audio Ads will offer customers the ability to bid on radio spots, and target ads by geography, station type, listener demographics and time of day.
On behalf of the team at Voices.com, we believe that Google Audio Ads is great news.
Google, and hundreds of bloggers, will spread the word about radio commercials and how they are produced.
The digital economy will kick into gear presenting new radio advertisers with helpful tutorials, how-to's, white papers, and eBooks explaining how to not only purchase ad slots for terrestrial radio but also how to find the perfect voice online.
Voices.com is already positioned as the number one location to find, audition and hire voice talents online, it's just a matter of time until this new platform (Google Audio Ads) cracks open from its beta shell.
All in all, this new Google offering has created an incredible opportunity for us to continue to serve you, the customers who have created a vibrant community of professionals.
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