Advertising Column

Advertising columns or morris columns (French: Colonne Morris, German: Litfaßsäule) are cylindrical outdoor sidewalk structures with a characteristic style that are used for advertising and other purposes. They are common in the city of Berlin, Germany, where the first 100 columns were installed in 1855. Advertising columns were invented by the German printer Ernst Litfaß in 1854. Therefore it is known as Litfaßsäule (Litfaß column) in Germany, and can be found all over the country there.In France, the columns are named Morris after Gabriel Morris, a printer, who held the concession for advertising in 1868. They were originally built by La Société Fermière des Colonnes Morris.
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    … through their own online advertising scheme. Here is an analysis of Android Wear’s PPC campaign. To view Android Wear’s PPC search advert, I had to type into Google search UK, ‘smart watch’: This is the first analysis of a campaign with an advert in the right hand column as I usually look at the area where Sony’s advert is. The right hand column…

    Will Green/ ppc.orgin Paid Search Google- 4 readers -
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