Laughable spam

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I want action!

I want action, oooo Satisfaction, oooo! Poison said it, not me. IT’s what came to mind reading this post by Matt Cutts. The fun part is here: One misconception that we’ve seen in the last few weeks is the idea that Google doesn’t take as strong action on spammy content in our index if those …

real-time web

The problem is not how fast is the search, but rather how relevant is. But Google started it and everybody follows. Uuu, let’s index twitter. Why? Who cares about twitter? That is right, nobody. Is twitter relevant? No, not really. So, Google chooses one more time the easy road. Rather than fixing his search results …