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Hitler is mad about this change
If a fellow is sitting by himself in front of the computer, laughing to the point of tears while watching that video, does that mean he's a geek?
I just want my old search results back. When I search for Katy Perry, I expect to get her Facebook page and her latest tweets, not her empty Google+ page. I knew she and Russell Brand wouldn't last.
That's pretty bold, even a little rude. Your Google squeezing out the little guy theory has already been shared ad nauseum, thanks. [
Good search results only exist to keep people coming back; if those results can be tweaked to improve income, they will do it.
It looks desperate to me - a very frightened and heavy-handed change that is almost anti-social.
And yet, that analysis (which certainly contains a major chunk of truth) can also be the little guy's cop-out. Small business still can be effective online and grow their free Google traffic. But if they assume that Google just wants to kill them off - then they fall into despair. That's not a good place to be effective.
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