By Stephanie Ciccarelli
December 12, 2006
Voices.com and Google Audio Ads stir up some controversy at Michael Arrington's blog TechCrunch.
Does the name Michael Arrington or the word TechCrunch ring a bell?
Well, Voices.com got "TechCrunched" last night.
If you are unfamiliar with TechCruch, it is a blog run by Michael Arrington that is regarded as 'the blog to get on' if you are in the technology or Web 2.0 community.
TechCrunch is read by tens of thousands of people and their blog often plays a role in introducing startups to investment firms. Being 'TechCrunched' also generates a lot of buzz and traffic for websites, so you can imagine how exciting this opportunity has been for Voices.com as a whole.
David blogged about what he thinks about the new Google Audio Ads platform and how it will contribute to raise awareness for production and creative elements.
Click here to read the TechCrunched post at The Biz blog.
StephanieRelated Topics: Google
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