Paul  Angles

Paul Angles

Paul is the eighth of fourteen children born to Cuban immigrants in Kansas City. Paul failed out of electrical engineering at Rice University to become an award-winning copywriter and serial entrepreneur who invented cost-per-click advertising (US Patent 5,933,811). He now generates millions in profits for his clients as a digital marketing expert. The Los Angeles Business Journal twice named Paul to the “Who’s Who in High Tech” and he has published five books. He is contractually forbidden from discussing Operation Spamazon with civilians.
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Paul Angles joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why instead of expecting the government to control large tech companies, users have to take responsibility for their own experiences and demand more self-control.
Paul Angles joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the options available to one small business user of Google AdWords were limited and manipulated to the degree that it cost her money, to the benefit of Google.
Paul Angles joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why 21st century consumers of digital leverage have an opportunity to use the capability while keeping a jaundiced eye on the corporate purveyor of that leverage.