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Christmas present from Google

Posted By Darren Rowse 21st of December 2004 Adsense 5

It looks like Adsense have decided to send Christmas presents to some of their bigger earners this year. Its a ‘Mood lighting AM/FM Radio’ like the one pictured here.

‘Turn down the lights. Turn on the mood music. Now, let the light show gently take you on a journey into 7 vibrant hues and passages of soothing relaxation. This AM/FM Radio with precision quality sound, LED technology, and rotating gravity switch helps you choose just the right mood. It even has a 60 minute timer.’

Reminds me a little of one of those 1980’s lamps with all the fibre optic like things sticking out of it that my nana had (left).

The gift seems to be only sent to medium to high income earners with one user on the Webmaster world saying he got one having averaged somewhere in the $2,000-$3,000 range per month.

Nothing in my mailbox yet.

Source – Christmas present from Google:

Update: My Mood lit radio just showed up – it only slightly improved my mood from my other Christmas present from Google.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
  1. I got mine today. It’s neat!

  2. […] Last year they sent publishers (earning over a certain undisclosed amount) a ‘Google Glow Radio‘ like the one’s in the picture (left). Mine lasted on my desk a few weeks before I dropped it (quite literally) and it stopped both glowing and functioning as a radio. […]

  3. […] Darren at Problogger says that he recieved a ‘Google Glow Radio‘ as a Google Christmas present last year. But it seems these gifts are sent only to some big earners with Google Adsense, which translates into successful web publishers. […]

  4. Is nice to see some good articles like this one, thank you.

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