aristotle - 6:22 pm on Oct 24, 2012 (gmt 0)
Evidently you don't think there's anything wrong with Google sending extra traffic to anyone who's willing to cozy up to them, no matter what the quality of their website. Nor do you seem to care about the overall quality of Google's SERPs. Personally I don't care how much traffic you website gets. If you're willing to give Google your real name, that's up to you, but I feel differently. I didn't put my real name on any of the books I've written, but that hasn't stopped them from selling. And I didn't put my real name on any of my websites, but that hasn't stopped them from doing far better as a group than I originally expected. So if you want to cozy up to Google, go ahead. But don't expect everyone to do so.