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Green With Envy In The Google Game
By: Bill Platt
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    Green With Envy In The Google Game - What Most Readers...

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    What Most Readers Took From Cutts' Comments

    There were only a few readers who took Matt Cutts' comments to be brotherly-advice.

    The vast majority of people were screaming that Google intended to exercise their "monopoly control" over the Internet to run all of their competitors out of business.

    Generally, I am not a "reactionary" type person. But for about an hour, even I had a ball in the pit of my stomach.

    The ball passed from the pit of my stomach when I read a post that mirrored an opinion I have openly written about numerous times before: How does Google determine the "intent" of a person making a link? They can't!

    Understanding The Nuances Of Similar Items

    Some people suggest that I should be ashamed of myself for speculating about the future of Google's algorithms. There is even one clown, who has suggested that I should fear mentioning Matt Cutts' name in an article, because I am bound to draw Cutts' ire against me and my businesses. But, I am not worried.

    I am simply laying out my "speculative" opinion about what Cutts' comments might mean to my business and yours. You are free to use your own brain to judge the value of my words.

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