This morning, I noticed the text for one of the Google ads at the top of my email. It was advertising the services of a ghostwriter. Trying to write a health book? Well,
"Best Selling Health Writer Will Write It For You: Fast, Proessional [sic]"
Impressive, isn't it? I don't know about you but if I'm going to hire a professional writer to write my health book, I'd like him to be able to spell "professional." Just a thought.
By the way, does it creep anyone else out that Google scans your email and then directs ads to you that they think you might like? That just makes me feel a little weird for some reason.
They are struggling, though, since most of my emails involve Church stuff mixed with a lot of emails about my book--they aren't quite sure what to make of me.
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