Google slips into U.S. mobile marketing arena

Without much fanfare, Google has entered the mobile marketing arena by allowing AdWords customers to insert marketing messages, such as clickable links, in listings retrieved through Google's mobile search service. Advertisers can create their own mobile advertisements and marketing messages and pay only when consumers click on the ad.

For more about Google's AdWords mobile service:
- check out this article from RCR Wireless News

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