GMail Affiliate Program In The Works?

Google just announced that GMail is now open to all - no more of that "invitation" nonsense. What's interesting, though, is this AP article reporting Google's intention to add a paid to service to GMail (thanks, Avinash):
"Now that Google has more computing muscle, Brin said the company will start selling additional storage capacity to e-mail users with extraordinary needs. Google still hasn't figured out the specifics, but Brin indicated the e-mail storage and fees to be introduced later this year would be similar to Google's photo-hosting service that charges $25 annually for 6.25 gigabytes and $500 annually for 250 gigabytes.

'We can't afford to give away everything for free,' Brin said."

All I can say is: affiliate program, please- thanks!

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  1. 'We can't afford to give away everything for free,' Brin said."

    They arnt giving it away for free because they are placing ads on each page. However I doubt this would effect to many users.

  2. Hey Anthony,

    I wonder who actually needs more than 2GB of mail storage anyway? At any rate, they're talking about an actual fee schedule for some kind of 'premium' gmail account (as opposed to just ads). Could be a good affiliate opp. -j

  3. I need more than 2 GB !! and more people.
    GMail Affiliate Program would be great idea especialy together with providing gmail accounts on privat domains. They can display more ads this way.

  4. Hi Maro,

    Haha, your mailbox must be insane, sir. :) I like your ideas.


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