Google has not only put out the word to website owners to stop selling or buying links direct or through other services but has moved again to increase it’s stranglehold on Internet advertising. What Google wants to call “paid links” is essentially advertising competition and Google wants to penalize any website owners that sell links to other sites. When will their transparent efforts at monopolizing Internet website advertising bring them to Federal Courts?
Looking to capitalize your domain names fast? Putting your domain up for auction may be just the ticket for sales with a side benefit of promotion.
Using it’s huge coffers and ignoring it’s latest motto “Don’t be evil” Google has put up $4.6 Billion bid for broadband spectrum that will allow mobility and motion as well as get signal through thick walls.
The problem is that Google has attached a rider to its over-stuffed bid, that anyone who out bids them must open their networks to Google. Basically bribing it’s way into the WiBro (Wide area Broadband) 700-megahertz airwaves.
I”m an experienced veteran in the digital media business and thought I”d share my version of events that happened at YouTube. Some of this is based on talks with people involved and some is speculation based on my experience working in the industry, negotiating settlements and battling in court.
Recent Google stock shares to the tune of over $20,000,000 were or are to be sold on the New York Stock Exchange.
In a recent twist on my delving into the larger than life link between the corporate entities of Google and the CIA, which lie in military grade computer sharing, mutual facilities and a direct access line between the two, this tid bit comes up. How did the CIA get so much stock when the common man got access to none?