[webkit-dev] Post positive reviews
evan at chromium.org
Mon Dec 13 12:01:36 PST 2010
That's a good point. The overwhelming majority of reviews of WebKit
are negative -- they even have a shorthand for it, "r-".
It seems inevitable that the project is going to drop out of Google
anytime now. :(
On Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 11:30 AM, Eugene Zola <angelarifb at gmail.com> wrote:
> Google’s Huge Change and How it affects you.
> • Anyone can now post bad reviews and kill your rank.
> • We post good reviews and improve your rank.
> • We post good reviews to keep others from killing your rank.
> Google: Judge, Jury and Online Shopping Executioner
> Google rank is based on reviews of your business?
> Google Statement:
> "...in the last few days we developed an algorithmic solution which detects
> the merchant from the Times article along with hundreds of other merchants
> that, in our opinion, provide an extremely poor user experience. The
> algorithm we incorporated into our search rankings represents an initial
> solution to this issue, and Google users are now getting a better experience
> as a result."
> This means that anyone can write bad reviews about your business and lower
> your ranking.
> We knew that getting good reviews and not getting bad reviews was always
> important. Now it is a must to have good reviews for your business to keep
> the rank safe or to improve rank with Google.
> We post positive reviews for your company.
> We have the experience and ability to post hundreds of positive reviews that
> are all unique content and posted on unique IP addresses.
> Visit www.reviewpostingservice.com com for more information.
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