dethfire - 2:54 pm on Jun 24, 2013 (gmt 0)
Yup. It's pretty obvious that's what's been going on, but especially so in recent months. First it was Froogle listings pushing down organics in 2006. Then came ads above and below organics, then Google places, Maps, YouTube, Google Shopping and brands. Now often ONLY ONE organic will show on a page, and that's if you're on a full screen desktop! On my iPad, I frequently don't see any organics on page one anymore.
They've been boiling us slowly like a frog. Most visitors are little tree frogs and dead, we are bull frogs and still fighting.