Google shoppers could get "scroogled," Microsoft claims in ads

11/29/2012 | USA Today

Microsoft has launched a broadcast, print and Web campaign mocking Google and warning consumers that they'll get "scroogled" if they use the search engine for online shopping. The campaign, anchored around a Scroogled.com website, highlights Google's recent decision to charge merchants for placements in Google's shopping section, a move that Microsoft contends puts Google's revenues ahead of consumers' best interests.

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