graeme_p - 4:08 pm on Jul 7, 2010 (gmt 0) [edited by: graeme_p at 4:15 pm (utc) on Jul 7, 2010]
macks comment is interesting. So MS first indirectly funded SCO who sued IBM and a few others who used Linux, and now more companies connected to MS sue Google.
I would be very glad to see search engines and directories out of the Google SERPS (unless my search phrase is "search engines" or "web directories"). It is disappointing that Google seems able to penalise lack of content, but not duplicate content across sites.
They claim they "may" have a low ranking because they offer rival services. MAY? Do they have evidence? I claim my sites lose rank because Google founders have a secret deal with Wikipedia. It MAY be true. Anything may.
@np2003, that is actually evidence that it all done by algos - a human would not be fooled by that! No one said the algos were perfect.
As I pointed out in another thread recently, even Google's own sites are sometimes beaten by spammer who copy their (user generated, in that case) content.
[edited by: graeme_p at 4:15 pm (utc) on Jul 7, 2010]