Google Advertising Monopoly Pounds Competition
Google Web Farm Affiliates Penalized For Selling Outside Adsense.
The iron hand of googles wealth and monopoly on Internet ad revenue has been pounding their affiliate website owners into joining their ad network or be penalized for selling ad space. The penalty is banishment from any search results and a brand applied to the website of an un-trusted site.
Google wants to have freedoms that it should not enjoy. It is not an individual with rights but a corporation with responsibilities for its license to do business that was granted by the state. Futher it is trusted by Internet users to use non-discriminating methods to compile its lists and offer results that do not omit sites based on Googles own duplicity.
Google wants to pretend it is a “Yellow Pages” for the Internet when it is really a paid affiliate advertising network, or web farm, consisting of homogenized circular content affiliates websites that drive you from one made for adsense website to the next. The few websites without adsense or whom may resist Googles attempt at monopoly are banned to obscurity.
The yellow pages lists all entities that have phones in alphabetical order. There is no way to get to the top without a name. You can buy display advertising. You are not directed to some crappy advertising phone numbers to listen to Yellow Page advertising.
Google does not want to spend the time or money to create a real search engine. They want to continue with a text-sorting program and put more burden on site owners to comply with rules for rewards and encourage its affilate linkfarm sites to snitch on each other.
Googles inept programming determines sites popularity by quantity and quality of links that go to a site. Google wants to sell all advertising on its webfarm sites. They ran into a wall when other sites bought advertising and sold advertising on websites outside Adsense. Because these advertisers would get some rank from those advertising Google is mad and Googles inept programing cannot figure out how to penalize without turning its webfarm owners into snitches.
Because Google wants to discriminate against other advertisers and not pass on rank to them they needed a way to beat their affiliate sites into submitting to rules, since they cant program it into their search programs. They decided to change the meaning of the “nofollow” tag and force their affilate linkfarm members to adhere to the new definitions.
The “nofollow” tag once indicated that the link to a site was not really one you want to link and recommend. You put that nofollow tag to tell search engines that you have to put this link in for some reference and not to follow it with your good name. With the nofollow tag you tell the search engine that the link is not something you are promoting.
Google wants to change that definition for rather nefarious reasons. Google now forces its affiliate web farm site owners to put nofollow tags into links when it is someone you DO want people to follow – sponsors! Those companies you do want to associate with because they not only provide services of interest to your website visitors but also because these companies support the services you provide with their advertising. There is no reason to put a nofollow tag in such links yet these are the links Google is penalizing.
Google uses the excuse that these sites may only be sponsoring a website to get better rank from Google or other search engines. This Google calls the “paid link.” Google wants to denigrate outside advertisers as paid links! A “paid link” is a sponsor advertisement that is deemed by google to be a link bought just for Google’s sake. To earn their stupid pagerank. Crazy? That is Google and their affilate web advertising webfarm.
Google may be psychic, sick, or both because advertisers always buy for image, prestige, and to be seen with certain other brands. They want to be reflected with the sites they are seen on and this is called branding. That is why even Google offers that “advertise on this site” on Google adsense affiliate sites. The only problem is if a site owner or another company does the link sales, then there are questions. Google is above question – please!
Google also engages its web farm owners to turn snitch. Google cannot find these links without competing sites informing on them. To them the links look like what they are, links to sponsors. Getting their adense affiliate sites to grass on other websites Google claims will help them with programming to find site with outside advertising. But the only programming done is to eliminate that site from results and put a progaming block on that site forever.
The Google fraud reports from affiliate sites are already producing bad results as competiing sites run rampant to report each other. Google has no way of determining if an advertiser is there for looks, for symbiotic surfers, “paid link”, sponsor, carefully sold advertisement, or anything. It will use its own arbitrary judgment (if it is not adsense it makes no sense) and if there is no adsense advertising the site will get banned.
Google is terrorizing its affiliate web farm site owners with disappearing from search results if they take anything but approved Google adsense links. Google has dropped 10 year old sites from its search returns for posting ads from other services and will continue.
Google continues to claim it is virtuous as its seedy, greedy snide side shows more each day.
When will someone take over and give us a real directory without the bull?