Thursday, March 6, 2008

Google unveils new forms of payment for AdWords

DELHI: Google on Thursday announced the broadening of its corsage of payment
options for the AdWords advertisement programme in India. Advertisers will now
have the powerfulness to take from among a scope of payment options to make their
Google AdWords account. The new
options of payment by cheque, demand bill of exchange and nett banking offering advertisers
more flexibleness and convenience and convey a whole new dimension to online
advertising and e-commerce in
India. Google have tied up with TimesofMoney ,
a innovator in payment solutions across the globe, for the electronic payment
gateway solution. ''We are proud to spouse with Google, to heighten their
payment spectrum in India,'' states Avijit Nanda, main confederation officer, TimesofMoney. ''We hope that more than North American Indian advertizers will be able to turn their business
through AdWords by recognizing that Indian concerns prefer to conduct
transactions not only by recognition card game but also by check and electronic funds
transfer,'' said Shailesh Rao, MD, Google
India. SMEs can pay for their
AdWords business relationship by check or demand draft, just as easily as they would make
payments for electricity, mobile and cablegram bills. The other word form of payment
being launched is electronic transportation of finances from a users depository financial institution business relationship to
their AdWords account.

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