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Can Any one clean bowled Google???In 1998 when google.....

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by iluvbob, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. iluvbob

    iluvbob Registered Member

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    In 1998 when google was starting his career there were two or three established search engines but now we and and google both came along

    My question is that is there any possibility of Any new search engine will be claiming victory over google providing better search results than google..

    Some People like google some don't ...

    I asked this question because nowadays People don't find quality sites and articles other than our owned stuff.

    And do you think after few years not many people will be using search engines but more digg.com and social bookmarks
     
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    Both of those Stanford Univ. students who started Google back in '98 are now worth 10 billion a piece. Amazing.
     
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    Yep,btw any idea if google is also limited company like microsoft
     
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    hmmm...interesting thought. I would like to think that it will be possible as since the big G owns an estimated 75% of the search market.

    I struggle with the fact that when I had a large site de-indexed from "only G", that it literally destroyed the online income I had through it originally. It took me over 8 months to get my site back in and every day now I check to make sure it hasn't happened again. That's just too much power in my opinion.

    Everyone kept saying that I should be make up the traffic with web 2.0 techniques, but quite frankly in 8 months it never got me even a little bit close to the traffic I had through G. Once that site got re-indexed a few months ago, my traffic almost doubled within a month and continues to grow and is once again receiving 65% of the natural search traffic from G.

    That's great as long as you don't disappear from the index, so I would hope that at some point another option does appear. My two cents worth...