walkman - 4:20 pm on Sep 20, 2011 (gmt 0)
have a nice day :)
Follow open standard with their algorithm and be audited by a third party as to its fairness with regard to competition.
Separate Search Result from Advertisement in a Clear manor which is labeled, and easily distinguishable by the average user.
I'm all for it ^.
Their most important point 'Google is a choice' is phoney. Suppose Google penalized all its competitors to -30 or even a -3 (enough to ruin your traffic). How many users would notice it or leave Google because of it? Almost no one but they'd bankrupt their competitors, especially the young upstarts?
Google ranks search results to deliver the best answers to users, and that is the only consideration Ė not political viewpoints, and not advertising dollars.
Who still believes this crap when you get 3-4 ads, 7 local links, news, and images...or you need to scroll 2-3 times with a popular screen size to see organic?
That's what you say. Funny how they show a propaganda video they made as proof. Yeah, we know what you provide but the best one is to open your wallet and sped to become a brand, or have NYT write about you unless you can Tweet to MC. We're overwhelmed with your help.
We have a rigorous scientific testing process to assess how consumers respond to potential algorithm changes...We understand that itís frustrating for websites when their sites fall in the search results. Thatís why we provide a huge amount of information to websites about how to improve their performance.
The Internet is the ultimate level playing field.
Before you went public and started to squeeze every last penny, maybe.
... I've had enough. The Android one was funny, considering the emails that surfaced.