It’s Friday morning. I get into an Uber from outside Google’s New York offices after a meeting with Google employees who work directly on Google Search, and my phone starts to turn on. The Wall Street Journal published an explosive story titled “How Google Interferes With Its Search Algorithms and Alters Your Results.” At first I thought maybe the Denmark Phone Number List Wall Street Journal had discovered something. But as I read page after page while driving down the West Side Highway toward my office in West Nyack, New York, I was in disbelief.
Not Disbelief About Anything Google Could
Not disbelief about anything Google could have done, but disbelief about how the Wall Street Journal could publish such a scathing story about it when it had absolutely nothing to back it up. . The story’s caption read, “Internet giant uses blacklists, algorithm tweaks and an army of contractors to Denmark Phone Number shape what you see.” This single line shows a lack of understanding about how search works and why the WSJ report on Google got it wrong, as my colleague Greg Sterling reported last week. The truth is, I spoke to a number of these Wall Street Journal reporters in March and April about this topic,
And It Was Clear Then That They Had Little Knowledg
and it was clear then that they had little knowledge of how search works. Even a basic understanding of the difference between organic listings (the free search results) and paid listings (the ads in the search results) has eluded them. They seemed to Denmark Phone Number List have only one goal: to come up with a sensational story about how Google abuses its power and responsibility for personal gain. Google certainly isn’t perfect, but almost everything in the Wall Street Journal report is incorrect. I will go over several of the points below. Before you do, to add some credibility to what I’m writing if this is your first time here, let me tell you a bit about myself. I’ve been reporting on research for about 16 years now.