walkman - 4:50 am on Sep 22, 2011 (gmt 0)
want to 'stop' Google?
Write to FTC and complain about their ads that are not labeled as ads, or barely labeled. Watch their income get halved and our traffic explode. Ads should be labeled as ads very clearly, just as Google demands from us in Adsense. Otherwise it's fraud, it helps Google but hurts us, and consumers since the ad price will be added to the merchandise total somehow.
And yes, Panda is Google's attempt, IMO, to make more money. Their income skyrocketed after Panda, skyrocketed. I'll let people speculate as to why. That will kill small moms and pops so we need to make our voice heard.
Google wants to place a Google Tax on all web transactions, that much is clear, when they should just place well labeled ads but send people to the best site--in an unbiased way. As my signature says, A Googler weeps each time a user click on an organic link. That's how greedy they have become.
Let's save the internet (and our livelihoods). Those smooth talking 'engineers' certainly aren't on your side.
The algo is biased because they decide before hand what type of sites they want on top (brands for example) and what they want dead. Then they do the algo and test to see if they got it right, according to their initial plan. A classic stacked deck. Follow the money, don't trust Google or anyone for that matter. Google has $40 Billion reasons to lie and cheat...and that's just this year.
The algo is biased, if not rigged, because employees play a big role in it using arbitrary decision making while only looking at 1-3 pages before stamping an entire site unworthy.