The next generation of Google search will give higher emphasis on the download speed of a website. Consequently, heavy sites, with loads of images, video and flash, or sites on slow servers will fall down in rankings. Is that fair? How can such websites deal with this new algorithm?
Google is making a slap on everything they can nowadays.
From marketing and sales pint of view this is of course exellent for them, cause still if those slower sites want to be on top of the pages they have to bid more, and thus more profit for google.
i am a marketer myself, and, i use google to do my searches, but never uses them for my ppc campaigns. google sucks.
I think they are putting emphasis on web experience. The plan is to get rid of all other browsers leaving Google Chrome, if websites run slow then users might start blaming Google for making a slow browser. It looks like another business opportunity to me
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