I just found this email from Google Adsense about Adsense Stickers in my mailbox, would it be real, or not?
If you’re well versed in webspeak, you’re probably familiar with the concept of stickiness — the quality that entices web users to stick around a given site. Here at AdSense, we’re down with the web version of stickiness, but we’ve got a different kind of adhesive in mind: the kind that lets you take the AdSense logo a-go-go.
That’s right, we’re talking stickers.
We’ve printed up a batch of AdSense stickers, and we’d be delighted to send one or two your way, wherever you are in the world. The stickers are designed for laptops, but they’ll work just as well for placement on mugs, skateboards, or temporarily on a shirt. (Note: turning a pal into a walking Google ad without their knowledge is not recommended.)
So how do you get one of these glue-backed masterpieces? Easy: send us a self-addressed, stamped envelope with enough postage to return 1 oz of sticker goodness to you from our office in California via standard U.S. mail. (Sorry, we can’t help you calculate the postage to your location). Send your envelope, along with a note if you’d like, to:
c/o Arlene Lee
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA 94043
Supplies of the Adsense Stickers are limited, so send your envelope soon! Then you can stick with AdSense wherever you go. (And one last thing to keep in mind: while we’re flattered that you might want a whole box, note that we’re only able to provide one or two Adsense Stickers per publisher.)
So, what do you think of this email? Good joke isn’t it? However, wouldn’t it be nice if the Adsense Stickers really existed? So you could start earning from Google Adsense not only online, but also from the bumper of your car for instance?