I Need To Get A Life – Or Opportunity?

Opportunity or time to get a life?This is how I spend a Saturday – claiming about 50 gmail accounts that I’ll probably never use, but couldn’t resist getting (now you can see why I need to get a life). This is how my mind works –

If you happened to miss the news, Google launched a Web Page Creator which was shut down to overload within a few hours of it launch. First off, I was disappointed that I heard about it late and didn’t get to create an account before they shut down. The next thing that immediately caught my eye was:

Google’s new service promises easy-to-create Web pages, stored on Google’s servers. Each page has a Web address that begins with the user’s Google account


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5 Responses to I Need To Get A Life – Or Opportunity?

  1. Jose says:

    Could have been a good idea if you didn’t had anything better to do on saturday.

  2. Mike says:

    If it was raining like it was here in Tokyo, you were probably making good use of time.

    I think there might be a time when Google just offers free hosting with your own domain.

  3. Jonathan says:

    Ha, definitely thinking like a net entrepreneur.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Injecting a dash of reality here – the same could hold true even for blogspot; after all, that’s also a google site. There is a savingadvice.blogspot.com ; seems to be a filler page. But go googling for “savingadvice” or even “saving advice” (without the quotes) – you won’t find that within the top 20. The interesting part is that the top spot is http://www.savingadvice.com (your own site!)

    I doubt if google is going to be fooled with a dummy page; you’re better off using the same techniques that you used to make savingadvice.com get a higher google rank.

    Anyway – best wishes with the 50 odd gmail accounts; look forward to receiving a world of spam, since the webpage will automatically give away the email id. Unless you plan NEVER to use the email part of the gmail?

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