i have gotten more visits from google than bing or hardly ever! is that a good thing or bad thing?
Google, the search engine, and Bing, the search engine? "google" (lower case) means to search something by using Google. "bing" (lower case) means, like, "bing!" or slang for jail or prison. However, I shouldn't be surprised if it is already common to use "bing" as searching for something using Bing.
To continue in the same vein, "i" (lower case) has become synonymous with "internet" or slang for "my," like iPhone, iMac etc. "I" (upper case) refers to you speaking about yourself.
Thus, your post would be a lot clearer if you used upper and lower case.
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