They say it’s too costly for top ad spots for in-demand keywords.
DFID Photo: Jessica Lea
Buildings shaken by the April 25 earthquake in Chautara, northeast of Kathmandu, Nepal.
Kristen Shane Published: Wednesday, 05/20/2015 12:00 am EDT Last Updated: Thursday, 05/21/2015 7:58 pm EDT
Five Canadian aid organizations are pledging to cap what they pay to advertise through Google searches in the wake of high prices for in-demand keywords they said they saw after last month’s earthquake in Nepal.
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