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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    It's not a question of the rules. How many times have you heard that Google has had a 'bad data push' or rolled back an algorithm change?
    Thats their personal right to do. They can remove anything from index or add anything to index... What do you suggest to do?

    Webmasters are the people that create the content for the users.

    Google wants money just as much as the webmasters
    Webmasters can always block Google engine and decide not to give their content to Google.

    Google is naturally most important to itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    Thats their personal right to do. They can remove anything from index or add anything to index... What do you suggest to do?
    Personal and Business have different rights and responsibilities. A monopoly (business) has a responsibility to allow a 'level playing field' or they risk Government intervention. The 'Personal right to do' risks a backlash. So yeah Google can do what they want to. But there are risks invovled in their decisions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    What do you suggest to do?
    I suggest that Google listen to the concerns of the webmasters and businesses that make a living on the web.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    Webmasters can always block Google engine and decide not to give their content to Google.

    Google is naturally most important to itself.
    This isn't a viable option.

  3. Back to the subject I am not sure if I would say Google is killing the economy but the internet in general. Stores are closing left and right not so much that people can't afford things it is more that people are shopping online, paying bills online etc.. How long will it be before bank tellers lose there jobs because no one needs to walk through the door? How about your local hardware store or auto parts store etc..
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    Here is one example from right now...

    I logged in to my Yahoo mail which I did not used for like couple of months, just to see that my email account is deactivated because of inactivity...

    Seeing that, ordinary user will just turn their head and register gmail account.

    Yahoo mail is practically helping Google mail.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    Ah so you like Google users but not Google rules.
    Google is a double-edged sword. On one side they drive business on the Internet and allow businesses to compete better internationally. On the other side, they can destroy thousands of online businesses with a single algorithm change, even when these businesses are playing by the rules set by Google.

    Google can be a good partner, but also one that can be very fickle. With all of the changes that they have thus far made this year, I don't see any that provide any real benefit to site owners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    Here is one example from right now...

    I logged in to my Yahoo mail which I did not used for like couple of months, just to see that my email account is deactivated because of inactivity...

    Seeing that, ordinary user will just turn their head and register gmail account.

    Yahoo mail is practically helping Google mail.
    Is this example, Google is providing a better free service than Yahoo.

    The service is useful, but someone has to pay for it. Everything has a price.

    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    On the other side, they can destroy thousands of online businesses with a single algorithm change, even when these businesses are playing by the rules set by Google.
    The instability kills the businesses. There's no way to plan. For example, Company A hires 20 customer service reps to handle the calls. Company B gets all the traffic and their site crashes or they don't have the people to take the calls.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    Is this example, Google is providing a better free service than Yahoo.

    The service is useful, but someone has to pay for it. Everything has a price.
    Its example of how sucky Yahoo helps Google, and next month they will blame Google how they making monopoly.

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