Apr 1 Posted 4 years ago
It's Google that lacks quality and morals
It's hard to believe that the majority of people are still using Google.
It's sad no one reads up on what Google has be developing. They are about to put Face Recognition in the hands of billions selling out privacy and security for monetary gain. http://www.cnn.com/2011/TECH/mobile/03/31/google.face/index.html?hpt=Sbin
Just think for a moment, sitting at a bar, someone snaps a photo of you with their iphone and with face recognition gets your name, now they cross refferances your facebook and gets your address and work info, and common places you like to brag about hanging out. Congrats, you now have a new stalker. I'm sure you can imagine the rest.
what if he snapped a pic of your child......
Please use your heads before blindly using or promoting anything google.
At least read through their TOS. Google is up front about storing your IP with your searches. But being up front does not make it safe for you to search in the long run. Anyone with an IQ over 1 can see the potential dangers all this poses to privacy and security.I wish more people had common sense.The only reason google is the #1 search engion is because so many people use it with out reading google's TOS.Try Dogpile.com not as pretty but still great results.also Ask.com has a clean interface and great search results.This may not be on your topic but its not off topic.
Feb 28 Posted 4 years ago
At AIS Media, we've spent countless hours persuading business executives to commit to the path of developing quality content and properly integrating search and social media. It's refreshing to see that Google has taken a firm stance and committed to providing greater clarity to its SEO policy. Writing quality content isn't easy. If it were, everyone would do it. And properly integrating this content across search and social channels also requires some technical and marketing savvy. Most companies lack the internal talent and expertise necessary to implement and manage an effective SEO and social media strategy. That's why agencies like ours exist.
Thomas Harpointner, CEO
AIS Media, Inc. | www.aismedia.com
Feb 27 Posted 4 years ago
Funny thing is, although warned, people continued to link from these sites beacuse it simply works - And still does now.
Whats more worrying is that if Google is punishing sites that get links from these areas, what's there to stop being linking to their competitors in this way?
Feb 27 Posted 4 years ago
There is a new sheriff in town,time to clean up the web site traps an bogus get rich quick garbage
that,s been out there which have destroyed the hopes and dreams of people that would try to start a business
online.Isay Horray. http://bit.ly/ggHn8R
Feb 26 Posted 4 years ago
About time for all those bogus sites. Thank U Jesus.
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