Zivush - 5:37 am on Nov 15, 2011 (gmt 0)
Just to mention that there're many big companies, trillion $ worth, truly brand names, that do not have a great Internet presence.
For instance, check out Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. which is the biggest generic pharm company in the world, an international company with ~ hundreds of thousands of employees and some billion$ incomes + 100 of factories all other the world.
The traffic to their Internet properties is tiny. Facebook/twitter account are shallow.
What if Teva decides to invest on the Internet presence?
Can Google or Bing recognize how big brand Teva pharm is?
Yes they can!
By the amount of news from top Internet journals other the years - Top quality links.
Plus, many offices listed on the Internet under the name of Teva.
What if I decide to become big name of pharm on the Internet?
Whom going to recognize me as a big brand?
How many "web-signals" should I send? Can I make it happen? I doubt :-)