link from Matt Cutts from google in which he explains that searchers using google.com will be able to block certain sites from showing in their results- Any thoughts on the impact for the HP community?
http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/03/ … t-you.html
It’s been said more than once that no one has heard of HP. So we are safe! Ehow on the other hand may just get major…
dunno, our bishop posted an e how link on his website for a childrens craft item!
From reading it, it looks like it only works if people have a google account.
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