6 thoughts on “What Google Thinks Of Internet Marketing”

  1. For most online marketers Google is the only search engine that really counts. It now has over 60% of the all important U.S. search traffic market. In other countries its share is well over 80% or more.

  2. Thanks Carlos, yes I understand that's how it works but you're right, the post title was too good to pass up! Mashable called their article What Google Thinks of Twitter and was the same thing, so I thought why not? It is interesting to see what the top phrases for your brand or other sites are, there are whole websites devoted to the crazy stuff that comes up! Some more interesting ones here: http://mashable.com/2009/08/11/funniest-google-

  3. Thanks Carlos, yes I understand that's how it works but you're right, the post title was too good to pass up! Mashable called their article What Google Thinks of Twitter and was the same thing, so I thought why not? It is interesting to see what the top phrases for your brand or other sites are, there are whole websites devoted to the crazy stuff that comes up! Some more interesting ones here: http://mashable.com/2009/08/11/funniest-google-

  4. Actually that's not what Google thinks but rather what people have searched for. In other words the most popularly searched phrases rise to the top of the suggested phrases. People apparently search for “internet marketing is bullshit” quite often…perhaps as a way of venting their frustrations instead of actually being interesting in finding information about that phrase but still…they search for it.

    Often enough that it show up as number 1 in the suggested phrases. This has nothing to do with what Google thinks though saying so does make for a more interesting post title :).

    Carlos

  5. Actually that's not what Google thinks but rather what people have searched for. In other words the most popularly searched phrases rise to the top of the suggested phrases. People apparently search for “internet marketing is bullshit” quite often…perhaps as a way of venting their frustrations instead of actually being interesting in finding information about that phrase but still…they search for it. Often enough that it show up as number 1 in the suggested phrases. This has nothing to do with what Google thinks though saying so does make for a more interesting post title :).Carlos

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