She debuted in the one spin-off created by EAD (Mario Kart), so she is in a different situation from most spin-off characters.
Would you have gotten away with it if weren't for those meddling Smash fans?
Found a write-up. May or may not answer your question. TLDR Version:
- Google Ads is based on an auction system that rewards businesses who have high-quality ad campaigns with lower costs and better ad placement.
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- The average cost per click in Google Ads is between $1 and $2 on the search network. The average CPC on the Display Network is under $1.
- The most expensive keywords in Google Ads and Bing Ads cost $50 or more per click. These are generally highly competitive keywords in industries that have high customer lifetime values, like law and insurance.
- Giant retailers can spend up to $50 million per year on paid search in Google Ads.
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We had a leak before were someone did put money on their fake leak.
So basically, whoever set this up set the keywords to point to a non-existent URL and then poured enough money into them so that they'd get at minimum noticed once they spread word around.Found a write-up. May or may not answer your question. TLDR Version:
Seems so. Said person would most likely pretend to have "noticed" those search results and inform a channel or two that covers leaks and rumors in order to ensure it can spread before removing them. Though Nintendo could have also removed those ads. The URL does point to NOE's domain (returns a "Page Not Found" error) and there's the possibility that they would have noticed it and took them down.
This is untrue. The four main ads that are being analyzed RN all link to a real Nintendo UK page. I'll admit if I am corrected though, I'm double checking with duckmeat real quick.
Correcting myself here. It links to a UK page that 404's. However, it still has the Nintendo.co.uk domain name, which is not allowed to be advertised by anybody except those with access to Nintendo's websites or accounts. This entire situation is very odd.This is untrue. The four main ads that are being analyzed RN all link to a real Nintendo UK page. I'll admit if I am corrected though, I'm double checking with duckmeat real quick.
But yes, any ads that link to a real Nintendo page can only be somebody with access to Nintendo's accounts or websites.
But how hard would it be to, for example, fake credentials sufficient for Google?
So the validity of this link is based on the 404 page linking to Nintendo.co.uk? There's no way that can be faked?
I'm saying, advertising the Nintendo.co.uk domain overall, any page, fake or real, requires credentials.
That's a better question. I am unsure.
I thought for a while too Toadsworth would be great! He could represent Mario Party (since he was host in 7) and the sports titles well.
So its either someone internal trolling or its actually legit. I personally cant see what else it could be. But the Grinch fake went entirely unexplained on how it was possible, so idk.
One of the counter arguments I'm seeing is that this is just google algorithms at work. I don't get it myself but has someone come up for an explanation for that?
Unless they changed this recently, and I don't have an AdWords account anymore to check, that shouldn't be true. You choose keywords and link to a website. So if I'm selling a book on Amazon, I can link to the Amazon page. You then have to compete with others on the keywords used. It can get costly the more competition you have.
Yes but are you linking directly to your book or to Amazon itself? Different things.Unless they changed this recently, and I don't have an AdWords account anymore to check, that shouldn't be true. You choose keywords and link to a website. So if I'm selling a book on Amazon, I can link to the Amazon page. You then have to compete with others on the keywords used. It can get costly the more competition you have.
There's nothing stopping me from advertising for Amazon for my book anymore than someone could make a fake ad on Google to advertise on Nintendo. That response looks more like they're saying they can't get into your account to advertise, not that they can't create their own account to do so- but it doesn't look like the whole question was there in the Twitter post.