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Indienii de la Google AdSense

Programul Google AdSense e la mana indienilor care verifica site-urile! De unde stiu ca sunt indieni? In urma cu ceva timp, am primit o notificare si apoi a intrat in vorba cu mine indianul de la Google, pentru ca-i placea site-ul meu! Inca mai am mailurile cu indianul de la Google daca nu ma credeti! 😉

Astazi insa primesc pentru o postare in care preluasem despre viata lui Paris Hilton, o noua notificare! Explicatiile sunt mai jos, luate copy/paste din mail:

Nu este permisă plasarea de anunțuri Google în pagini care au conținut destinat adulților. Aici sunt incluse paginile cu imagini sau videoclipuri care conțin:

  • nuditate acoperită strategic,
  • îmbrăcăminte transparentă sau semitransparentă,
  • poziÈ›ii indecente sau provocatoare,
  • sâni, fese sau organe genitale prezentate în prim-plan.

Pentru ca tot sunt in Romania, au apucat sa mai traduca in limba romana. Din cate observ, au tradus numai ce ii intereseaza pe ei, a se citi au tradus in limba romana, numai ce are legatura cu de unde isi trag ei banii.

Normal ca am citit politicile lor, stiu ca nu ai voie sa ai fotografii in care sa se vada nimic din ce le place barbatilor sa vada, dar chestia cu  “pozitii provocatoare”? Toate modele si supermodelele pozeaza in pozitii care pot fi denumite provocatoare! Pana si o privire poate fi provocatoare. Sucks! Sutem la mana indienilor pe care i-au angajat, negrisori pe plantatie, sa faca sapaturi. Si saracii dorind sa sa se remarce semnaleaza orice model care isi acopera sanii cu bratul, ca despre asta era vorba in postul meu!

Citeam recent despre Google ca va scoate Moto X, pentru ca vor sa dea o lovitura decisiva marjelor de profit de 50%, obtinute de Apple si Samsung! Dar ce marje sunt din Google AdWords? 100%? Sau aproape de 100%, minusul fiind plata salariului indienilor?

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Bajaj V’s “The Rebirth of INS Vikrant” Teaser Spot via Leo Burnett India


Indian auto major, Bajaj Auto, is all set to revolutionize the commuter bike segment with the launch of its new bike, Bajaj V. It is unlike any other bike available in the market, for it is forged from the invincible metal of India’s war hero, INS Vikrant. The bike is a reminder of the warrior spirit of India’s first aircraft carrier after it was decommissioned.

Bajaj embarked on a mission to make the dream of keeping INS Vikrant alive into reality. First, the scrap metal of INS Vikrant was bought and then melted, welded, moulded and then forged with the metal that was used to make the new bike. What’s more, INS Vikrant also inspired the name of the bike, and it was aptly named Bajaj V.

For decades together, Bajaj Auto has been the pioneers in the two-wheeler category. And Bajaj V is touted to be the auto giant’s biggest ever launch in the last decade.



With the arrival of Bajaj V, millions of Indians can now be proud to own a vehicle that embodies the indomitable courage and pride of INS Vikrant. The war hero that conquered the seas will now conquer the roads.

This incredible and thought-provoking step was made possible by Bajaj Auto in collaboration with Leo Burnett as a tribute to the one of India’s greatest warriors. A teaser film was launched on January 26th – India’s Republic day, giving bike enthusiasts a glimpse of what is coming.

Creative Credits:  
Client: Bajaj Auto
Senior Vice President, Marketing – Motorcycles: Sumeet Narang Soumya Das, Debasmita Datta
Ad Agency: Leo Burnett India
Chief Executive Officer, South Asia: Saurabh Varma
Chief Creative Officer: RajDeepak Das
Executive Creative Directors: Prajato Guha Thakurta, Sachin Kamble Creative Team: Kevin Lobo, Vikrant Yadav, Ashish Sharma, Sriram Iyer, Vikrant Wadkar, Deepak Jage
Planning Team: Rajeev Sharma, Akshaya Karanth
Account Management: Sanju Menon, Rajiv Wadhwa, Anuj Abraham, Varsha Roy
Product House: Keroscene Films
Director: Rajesh Saathi
Producer: Harish Nambiar, Ankita Malhotra

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