Google Finally Drops Call Tracking Phone Numbers?

Jul 2, 2009 • 9:23 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdWords
 

We knew Google was going to discontinue the 800# call tracking feature "shortly after May 5, 2009." Well, it seemed to have continued to work, until yesterday.

A WebmasterWorld thread reports from one advertiser who religiously used these free 800#s that they no longer seem to work. He said:

At this moment it looks like the numbers are dead. If you were waiting to swap them out, do it right now. I am trying to confirm when they turned off. It has to be within the last 3 or 4 days.

It is a shame but maybe Google Voice will come up with 800# support soon. The call tracking was a nice feature, but there are plenty of companies that offer that as a paid service, if you really love it.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

John

07/04/2009 08:52 am

Its a nice service but it can be harmful too. is it still working John

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