I am strictly against it. I better write books offline than articles online when I should pay for Buzz. Sorry.
I can understand the logic to some degree - separating the maze of constructed and farmed backlinks that push garbage material up the google pages from those real valid and actual links that indicate quality in some degree - leaves a hole that can be filled with this twittering maze of messages that constantly evaporate and need constant replenishing = more digital paid for traffic.
This Panda business is all about Google monetising more stuff - working toward the commercialisation of the internet which is to seriously erode the freedom of the net.
Here is an example of a totally quirky article from Henry: http://www.businessinsider.com/sarah-pa … oax-2011-4
It is a couple of hours old and it has 192 tweets. This is what Google wants to see.
I have Twitter and Blogger both set to post to Buzz.
I don't understand why anyone needs to pay for it. Besides, you can submit directly into it from within Google.
It’s all clear to me now…
Go back in time to when facebook and twitter first started.
Acquire 100 accounts each.
Accumulate tens-of-thousands of followers for each account back when it was easy to do so.
Return to present.
Repeatedly like and tweet your own hubs until you are in a coma.
by paradigmsearch5 years ago
...for over 3 Billion $$.
by Marye Audet4 years ago
So other than the fact that Google has apparently decided I am a crappy writer and my traffic is down from 17k a day to maybe 1600... with a similar decline in income... Do we yet know why this happened? Feeling a...
by page1articles3 years ago
Curious about how many writers here have a hard time understanding what Google wants. Are you concerned about Panda and how to deal with dropping views?
by IzzyM5 years ago
Big traffic drop from international Googles, especially .co uk. Anyone else?
by Bestedex3 years ago
by jaymelee236 years ago
Any thoughts to this and what the future will hold for us that rely on Google and Adsense? http://industry.bnet.com/technology/100 … d-content/
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