• http://www.triggit.com Zachery Coelius

    They have one on 101 in downtown SF. I don’t think they are trying to hide it.

  • http://www.triggit.com Zachery Coelius

    They have one on 101 in downtown SF. I don’t think they are trying to hide it.

  • http://www.davidmihm.com davidmihm

    Greg, that’s so funny that you’d post this today — I saw a billboard on my way to Metropolitan Golf Links in Oakland this afternoon & suspected the same thing — Google is buying the space on the billboards & planning to re-sell it via an auction system at a later date…

  • gm9901

    There’s a billboard at Polk & Sacramento in San Francisco. They’re not trying to hide or test anything.

  • http://raveaboutit.blogspot.com/ Mark

    Hi Greg,

    Interesting article.
    Frank Fuchs and I exchanged a few comments about Google experimenting with offline advertising for Google Maps in London, in the beginning of 2007. Seems like they have moved on a bit from window stickers ;)

    http://www.locallytype.com/2007/01/29/were-famous-find-us-on-google-offline-advertising/

    Cheers,

    Mark