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Microsoft- Yahoo merger will break the internet - Says Google Executive

Discussion in 'Google' started by northwest, Mar 15, 2008.

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    northwest, Mar 15, 2008 IP
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    Google is a monopoly and they don't want any completion in the face of Microsoft or anyone else.
    The google executive should for once STFU!
     
    zexy, Mar 15, 2008 IP
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    Thanks for the link northwest. Interesting read. It seems pretty hypocritical of Schmidt to throw stones at MS about "breaking the Internet" or getting monopoly market share in the case that the Microhoo merger does happen, since GOOG would still have a larger share of the search and online advertising markets.
     
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    Google is now selling/accepting SEO services through Performics. How about that?
     
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    domainpubber Active Member

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    Expect Google to sell or drop the SEO services offered by Performics and keep the affiliate marketing, which is one of the largest.

     
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    It'll not break internet, it'll break Google's monopoly.
     
    MindGames, Mar 15, 2008 IP
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    Google is right! It will break them apart hahaha because Google is so stupid trying to crack down all webmasters and websites who definitely loves them and made Google no.1. Now they are facing their very own downfall...
     
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    Personally, while Yahoo & MSN together make for a stronger competitor to Google - I don't see anyone taking google out for a while.

    Consumers, for the most part, will continue to use the search engine that gives them the most relevant results - which, like it or not, is google right now.
     
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  9. northwest

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    ur welcome...

    That's probably right... :)

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    northwest, Mar 15, 2008 IP
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    i don't think anything will happen soon...for now Google rules the interent and yahoo and ms won't merge...

    i am begining to hate Google...they are chasing for more money instead of caring about their users and webmasters...
     
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    chasing for money?? lol - it's a publicly
    traded company, things change when
    you go public. get the dough, the doughhh
     
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    I don't know what the hue & cry is all about. If Google believes quality alone can bring clients, then is should stick to quality, why is afraid of other companies ? The answer is that it does not believe in quality, but, monopoly.
     
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    I know a few ex-google fans, who hate google because their adsense accounts got banned and their top blogs at blogger was shutdown. I still like google except for this mini-interview which theorizes that the internet will break :(
     
    northwest, Mar 16, 2008 IP
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    Thanks for posting the link, it would be great if Microsoft can give google some competition.
     
    kingofsanda, Mar 16, 2008 IP
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    #15
    very true
    google are starting to suck.big time
     
    Vishal_Lad, Mar 17, 2008 IP
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    Hmm, is google a bit scared ? :)
     
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    I don't see any progress of that MS and Y! merge. I heard of it once and then never saw anything new. Are they serious OR just a joke?
     
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    I don't think it is a joke. But, Yahoo has not shown any strong signs of accepting it...
     
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    From a business perspective, it makes more sense for Yahoo! and MSN to team up and figure out Google's business and technical plan - which seems to have been under wraps for some time now. I believe if they can create MORE competition for Google, Google will slowly start to sink. Now if we start to look more at Google in depth, we will see a company that hasn't had a new idea in some time now. They appear to be banking on adwords and their affiliate program. I believe Steve Jobs followed a similar model in the 80's with Apple and almost went bankrupt. . .
     
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