- Jan 26, 2020
Could be...but the ad buyer writes that copy on the ad banner.I think you're reading too much into a Google ad banner. If I Google ukelikethepros, the Ad is the first thing on the page. Refreshing my search, the top line rotates phrases including the ones you cite. I don't think it means anything other than they are paying Googlw for ad space.
I've not seen car dealers universally appropriate the names of other dealers...in this case a pretty well-known shop on Oahu. Maybe they need to change to "The original ukulele site"...lol.Not sure why you are surprised. Nearly every automaker declares themselves #1, so do the cell carriers. Metrics can prove almost anything!
Same here. Some presentations just rub me the wrong way, and ULTP and Liberty Mutual fall into that category.Just to pile on, I generally click away from uke like the pros' videos. I have the same aversion to Liberty Mutual ads.
I guess I'm just not "cool."
I just googled The Ukulele Site, I got HMS first, HMS videos, HMS podcasts, Musicians's Friend, Guitar Center, and Amazon, in that order.Yeah, that's low, if intentional, adding the words ukulele site to your ad copy. It seems unlikely to just be a coincidence, IMO. Most every time I do a ukulele related search on Google, the top results are usually a ULTP ad. I'm sure they pay handsomely for that top ranking. That's fine, that's business, but adding consumer confusion with "ukulele site" in your ad header is not.
I just did a Google search for "ukulele site". HMS still came up first, but there's ULTP right behind them. I was never a fan of ULTP, and now am even less so.
There's a lot of leeway in advertising. I don't care if a seller is #1 or #500. What is he selling for how much?