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Is Google The New McCarthy?



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Is Google The New McCarthy?

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Is Google The New McCarthy?
Written by Titus Hoskins

It was while I was reading a WebProNews Article entitled
“Google Has People Scared To Link To Their Own Content”
that I realized for many webmasters and site owners, Google
has become our boogieman. One which scares the “Bejesus” out
of any honest hard working webmaster!

It also got me thinking about historical equivalent figures
or situations which would match our current dilemma with Google.
The best I could come up with was McCarthy or McCarthyism.
The type of fear-mongering and down right hysteria associated
with Google’s latest series of Algorithm Updates such as Panda
and Penguin can be compared to what happened in the 50’s McCarthy
era.

Some may argue McCarthyism was too serious an issue or caused
too much damage to innocent folks to be applied to Google and
the SEO world. However, don’t ask the webmasters and site owners
who have lost their livelihoods because of the recent Google
updates – for them, suddenly losing everything is not a joke
and is definitely a serious matter.

Many more webmasters are struggling in very difficult times and
simply can’t figure out why Google has turned so negative in
regards to their site. Most are doing strictly Whitehat SEO and
feel their site has been “blacklisted” by Google for some unknown
errors along the way.

This all reflects back to the McCarthy era where people were
basically fighting ghosts and untruths, but the suffering was
very real. The same can be said for the Panda and Penguin Updates.

Anyway, I have written a very detailed article on whole Panda/Penguin
fallout and how it applies to webmasters. You may find if helpful
in understanding this situation better. You can read it here:

Is Google The New McCarthy – Fear And Loathing In The SEO World




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Is Recovery From Google’s Penguin Impossible



Is Recovery From Google’s Penguin Impossible?



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Is There Life After Google Penguin?
Written by Titus Hoskins

Don’t know why reading a very informative article by Ben Pfeiffer
on Seroundtable entitled You May Never Recover From Google’s Penguin
came as a shock to me. Recovery from Penguin or any Google
Blacklisting may be extremely difficult, if not impossible.

This really seems to be the case with Penguin and not so much
with Panda, where site/content changes can bring back some former
Google traffic. However, with Penguin the doors may have been
permanently closed – your site’s link reputation has doomed it
from EVER getting any significant traffic from Google again
– especially from lucrative income producing keywords.

And it’s not like we weren’t warned since Matt Cutts said, at
the very beginning with Penguin – get rid of your domain and
start over. Forget your site, regardless of age or reputation,
and transfer your contents to a new domain if you want to get
traffic from Google.

Maybe Cutts didn’t phrase it in those exact words but that’s
the underlying theme of what’s been reported online in posts
and videos.

While we wait for another major Penguin Update coming in 2013,
one really has to wonder if all the link changes and link
removals will make a difference to how Google sees your site.
Will even using the Google Link Disavow Tool fix what Google
believes to be your “Spammy Link Profile” attached to your domain?

Perhaps the final verdict will be clearly seen in this next
Penguin Update, but for the moment, it looks like Google has
definitely “Blacklisted” certain URLs and recovery from this
“Blacklist” will be impossible. Once your site is marked, it’s
game over as far as Google is concerned.

Even more alarming, all those countless hours fixing problems
and trying to please Google, may have been a total waste of
valuable time for many site owners affected by the latest
Google fallout.

To find out more on this subject go here:
Special Report On Marketing After Google Panda/Penguin




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Google As Content Creator And Every Webmaster’s Competition?




Google Does Your Mama & Your Web Content!


Google As Content Creator And Every Webmaster’s Competition?
Written by Titus Hoskins

(Update – This post was a test. This site doesn’t hate Google or your Mama!
We are running a series of tests or experiments to discover if Google
purposely keeps “anti or negative content” directly relating to Google
from its index. In other words, does negative content about Google get
a “fair” chance of being displayed or is it filtered out? Does Google
have a “Brand Rinse Filter” in play which keeps negative content out of
its index? Also, can having too much anti-Google content place your site
in jeopardy or lower it in the rankings? We will do a major report if
these tests/data proves anything and a report is warranted. If you’re curious
this post was NOT indexed in Google while the previous post was indexed
within 24 hours. Same blog, same site – but different content. Go figure!)

A cynical look at Google as content creator via its Mother’s Day Page.


While celebrating Mother’s Day can never be criticized or ridiculed,
Google’s CONTENT PAGE for the upcoming Mother’s Day leaves more than
a bitter taste in some webmaster/marketers’ mouths. Creating such a
page honoring mothers should be applauded and praised – IF it’s not
the start of more content pages on more and more subjects.

Who wants to compete with Google? More importantly, can one truly
compete with Google?

If Google becomes a content creator and online marketer, instead
of supplying third party search results and cute little logo doodles,
we all may be up that proverbial creek. Google has the resources
and money to produce superior content to anything else found on the
web. They could simply “out content” even the most creative webmasters
and site owners on the web.

Google probably already knows this.

Over the last few years, Google has slowly been entering the content
game, especially with Google Knowledge Graphs. One gets the general
impression Google is simply dying to get into not just displaying
search results but creating those search results pages themselves
and keeping those visitors entirely on their site, or on Google+,
YouTube or any other site it owns.

Google also knows the real money is in keeping those search visitors
on its own properties until they click a Google ad or promotion.
Creating your own content and keeping visitors amused until they
click those ads will bring home the bacon and cut down on all those
Adsense payouts. There’s nothing stopping Google from creating its
own content and cutting out all those pesky webmasters and websites.

Do it and be done with it.

Just in case, you’re one of those who believe Google would never go
that far. Just take a close look at the Mother’s Day page hosted on Google.
It has a Gift Guide which uses Google Shopping to find handy last
minute gifts for mom. It also has a link to Google Offers if you’re
still looking for that special gift.

Plus, it has links promoting Google Hangouts and YouTube.

Fine, every company has the right to promote itself and its products,
but thinking of Google as a neutral provider of independent search
results is wearing mighty thin. Can Google be impartial and still
promote its own products so heavily? Can Google become a major content
provider and still remain neutral when it comes to supplying legitimate
search results?

However, an entity such as Google just doesn’t stop at supplying search
results, especially if it knows it can create more relevant and better
content than 95% of the stuff out there. Google was born to expand
and it’s not going to stop or remain neutral when money is at stake.

Goog has already become much more important than Google will ever be.

There’s no stopping Google, and there are no limits. There are even rumors
Google may be opening up its own retail stores (like Apple) in the near future.
But why should anyone be surprised, the web is just the starting ground for
a company like Google… next thing you know they will have us all wearing
awkward looking devices connecting us to the web and Google 24/7, 365 days
of the year.

Oh, the horror!




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