posted on Jul, 11 2012 @ 04:56 PM
My old Hoover Vacuum cleaner kept breaking, broken belt, dust spewing out all over. I fixed it once and used it twice before it started all over
again, dust everywhere and a rubber skid mark from the belt breaking again.
So, I went online to research vacuums, looking at weight and flexibility of use, bag or no bag, amperage, etc. I found one I liked and Walmart had
the cheapest price, so I bought it.
Now that I have my new vacuum cleaner, Google keeps putting up ads, luring me to purchase a, you guessed it, vacuum cleaner!
A few months ago, I shopped online for a wheeled trolley for my sewing machine. Found one that I liked and could afford at Overstock. Bought it.
After that, for months, I got all kinds of ads for the exact same trolley. How many sewing machine trollies does Google think I'm going to buy?
I'm not a religious person, but I like to debate religious topics here on ATS. I get all kinds of ads directing me how easy my online certificate
for ordination will be or Bible schools I should attend! HAHA!
Why do these executive think that this kind of advertising will pay off? I mean, 'cmon! Really?