Google Uses Free Holiday Wi-Fi To Promote the Nexus One
Jan 11, 2010 12:22
Google's free holiday Wi-Fi are getting people directed to a Google Nexus One page. They are using their frontpage to promote the phone.
Travelers connecting to Google's free Wi-Fi redirects browsers to the Nexus one homepage at Http://www.google.com/phone. Definitely a win situation for Google since having an edge over its competition in this term makes it a very efficient marketing campaign.
This promo comes in addition to the Nexus One banner that was displayed under Google's search box when the phone launched earlier this week.
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