It’s true! Google and their AdWords money-generating juggernaut has produced fortunes. Some small businesses have profited with PPC advertising. Many large businesses with significant marketing budgets have also done well.
But the big winner is Google. Raking in the big bucks.
It seems the online advertising world is changing. Penned by Michael V. Copeland in Fortune magazine, 8/16/10, the cover story implies, “online search slowing and new competition looming, Google’s best days may be behind it.”
Kell Web Solutions, Inc. agrees. These are the days when small businesses are no longer throwing money down the PPC rat hole. These are the days when affordable small business website owners are blogging, creating a fan base, generating “free” targeted traffic, converting that traffic to new customers and watching their bank accounts grow. Effective blog posts that maximize quality, build incoming links and quickly achieve high Google ranking are created with the help of these inexpensive software:
Michael V. Copeland, senior writer, and Stephanie Mehta, executive editor, of Fortune magazine discuss Google’s transition from a growth company …
Publish Date: 08/02/2010 14:04
Google has been the default search engine for so long. Google-Improves Your Search Experience In addition to providing easy access to billions of web pages, Google has many special features to help you to find exactly what you’re …
Publish Date: 08/05/2010 4:57
Is Google Over? “Mike McCue has had a front-row seat watching the web grow up, and as far as he is concerned, the search box is all about the past. McCue was an early Netscape guy, and he recently launched tablet software company …
Publish Date: 07/30/2010 2:24
Here’s some timely tweets:
Here are 2 You Tube Video opposing opinions on this issue (first is parody, second is Google developers):
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Underneath the Cov I/ers at Google: Current Systems and Future Directions Jeff Dean (Google) Over the past several years, we have built a collection of systems and tools that simplify the storing and processing of large-scale data sets, and the const…