If Google wants to keep discounting an increasing number of links out there, that’s Google’s right. But publishers have better things to do than being dragged in as part of that ballot box policing, if they’ve done nothing wrong.
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The American Family Association doesn’t like Google’s new Legalize Love effort to promote gay rights worldwide. Doesn’t like it so much that it’s planning a Google boycott. Watch Buster Wilson, general manager of AFA’s radio network and host of the AFA Today show, suggest the boycott.
Now let’s see if the organization actually removes itself from Google’s index. And stop using YouTube. And Android phones.
I’d say that Bing is even more competitive with Google than ever before. It’s definitely worth another look by anyone, and the competition between the two benefits everyone.