ascensions - 7:03 pm on Jun 9, 2012 (gmt 0) [edited by: tedster at 7:33 pm (utc) on Jun 9, 2012]
So I was reading an article called "Why I left Google" by James Whittaker, and rather enjoyed how the ex-employee described the post-Panda Google as a rebellious child unhinged of its "do no evil" mantra, and how its now out to seek revenge upon Facebook.
How cool is that? Facebook, turned alter-boy Google into Lex Luther!
Now every webmaster hurt by Panda or Penguin would jump the Adsense ship the moment something came along with something better. (Lucky for Google there isn't anything.) But then there's the obvious thing, Facebook's retaliation for Google+, of them adding search to Facebook.
Facebook is already more popular than Google. Would a Facebook/Bing combined (or standalone Facebook) platform bring the death of Google?
Could they possibly survive?
I'm not sure they could. Is this a digital frontier war?
What side are you on? I'm still hanging on to team Google- but barely!
cite: Why I left Google [blogs.msdn.com]
[edited by: tedster at 7:33 pm (utc) on Jun 9, 2012]