Google Giving Helicopters To Big AdWords Spenders

Mar 4, 2014 • 7:50 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Photo Of The Day

Google Toy Helicopters

Several large Google AdWords partners who spend upwards of $1 million on AdWords PPC ads are receiving toy helicopters in the mail from Google. It is a way of keeping the Google Partners happy.

The gift includes a flying toy helicopter, a manual, a letter and a Google Partners box.

I am honestly not sure if you need to spend $1 million or just be an active Google Partner to get one of these.

Several people posted pictures of the helicopter gift from Google including James Norquay and Michael Burr on Google+.

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Matt Storms

03/04/2014 04:06 pm

If you get a small enough camera on the bottom you have a drone.


03/05/2014 05:23 am

Correction: the toy helicopters were sent to AU & NZ agencies registered to the Google Partners program as a welcome gift. There was no monetary threshold involved.

Ian Bowland

03/05/2014 05:17 pm

Spend $1million and get a FREE $30 helicopter from Google. mmm Marketing spend by google must be rocketing!

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