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  1. Google April Fools' Pranks 2013: YouTube Closing, Google Nose, Gmail Blue & More!

    Car exhaust - Poison, gas, and a salty hint of rising seas Permanent marker - Rubbing alcohol poured into a puddle of gas New car - Fresh and expensive Smells like April Fools' Day. You know, immature and cheesy, with a quick, bright finish.

  2. How Google Makes Its Billions: The 20 Most Expensive AdWords Keyword Categories

    Gas/Electricity (e.g.business electricity price comparison," "switch gas and electricity suppliers"); 0.6 percent; $54.62 Insurance (e.g.buy car insurance online," "auto insurance price quotes"); 24 percent of keywords; top CPC of $54.91

  3. Honda Accord Tops CarMax's Most Searched Used Vehicles in 2009

    Gas prices had been especially high that summer and providing that feature met consumer demand. Used car retailer CarMax has released the most searched for vehicles on their website for 2009. This year's list shows the variety of makes and models...

  4. Landing Pages: Test Now or Forever Hold Your Peace

    Google Website Optimizer's Tom Leung says, "It's like trying to get your car to go the same amount of distance on less gas. Try as Washington might, the economy is bad and there's no way around it. Budgets are being slashed and workforces are being...

  5. Carmax.com Launches Miles Per Gallon Search Feature

    After a summer of high gas prices, Carmax.com is helping consumers find used cars that are easier on the wallet. Since gas prices remain high, people are looking for vehicles that offer better fuel efficiency,” said Ann Yauger, director of carmax.com.

  6. Link Building Ideas for Local Auto Dealers

    Many businesses, such as hotels and car dealers, give away gas cards to customers. Help Families in Need -- $2,000 Gas Cards Have people from the community nominate families that are going through hard times for the $2,000 gas card.

  7. Link Building for Dumb Asses

    You could create something as simple as a chlorine-like gas that suffocates your audience. The big fat bully in junior high, the guy jammed up on your car bumper madly honking his horn at you this morning.