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[_] Google - Personalized Search For everyone - Is that will be end of SEO ; )

Jon Free jon at tangymedia.co.uk
Mon Dec 7 10:26:03 GMT 2009

Apparently the domain tastytoast.com is for sale at the moment...

On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 9:56 AM, Marek Wawro <marek.wawro at googlemail.com>wrote:

> 2009/12/7 Jason Nevin <jason_nevin at yahoo.co.uk>
>
> > >This is looking for me like google made a another step which creates SEO
> >
> > >less efective. (or ironicly ultra efective, as results will be noticable
> > >straight away on client`s browsers ;)
> >
> > I'm not sure I agree with you Marek. This is only going to be effective
> for
> > searches regularly performed by a searcher and in most cases they will
> > already know what they're looking for. For example a user will type in
> > "confused"when they are looking for confused.com. All this will do is
> > ensure that confused.com will always come top for that particular
> search.
> > It will have no bearing on a searcher typing in "hotels in bristol" for
> > example.
> >
>
> Yes you are right, But I am talking about "charlatans" charging 150 gbp per
> hours which are calling them selfs SEO (I do not mean to blame real seo
> specialist, which are very rare ocasion) to sell instant effect of my page
> being number one in search result list. So let's say if I am owner of
> www.tastytoast.com, I naturally  visiting my website on daily basis  and
> then every time I am searching for toast in bristol i will have
> tastytoast.com.
>
> So aparently many keywords started to matching website I have done or
> visited, and when I do similar search via shell on my servers I am having
> different results. So if I will be an average non technical guy, I will
> propably belive that this 150gbp I am paying for my seo actually works ! ;)
>
> Marek
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