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Google Expands Print Ads Service


Subscribers to the AdWords program can now buy newspaper advertising via Google Print Ads.

Google Inc. has expanded its Print Ads so that anyone subscribing to its AdWords program can purchase print advertising from a growing network of newspapers.

Google Print Ads, which began with 50 newspapers in November 2006, now has more than 225 newspapers with print advertising available for agencies and advertisers. Now, any U.S.-based advertiser with a Google AdWords account can purchase print advertising for any of these entities, which include newspapers from publishers such as W.W. Scripps, Freedom Communications, Hearst Newspapers, GateHouse Media, Gannett, MediaNews Group, The New York Times, The Seattle Times Company and the Washington Post, among others.

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