We all use Google search. I know you use Google. Know how I know? Because you use Google. I know you don’t not use Google, don’t try to convince me otherwise.
Go ahead and complain about how Google owns the entire Internet market of everything, complain about Google’s arrogance or about how it helped China to censor the Internet. Grumble about how Google is squirming into every aspect of your life. Make a fuss over how the word google has turned into a verb. Bitch about how much better your unknown, niche search engine is.
Yahoo! will never make a comeback, Windows Live search has always sucked, and you’re not going to convince me to use imacoolsearchengine.com.
Top 1 Reasons Why Google Search Sucks
1. Because it doesn’t.
Google search sucks because we can’t find a reason for it to suck. Google search is simple, easy-to-use, reliable, accurate, vast, fun, and there. It’s there. It’s everywhere. I don’t even have to go to google.com to use it. Sometimes I’m searching with Google and I don’t even notice. Powered by Google is one of the most used phrases on the internet.
We want to find a reason to hate Google like we can find for Walmart or Microsoft. I want to hate Google. I hate that I can’t hate Google.
Google ads may suck. Google web browsers may suck. Google maps may suck. Google search does not suck. Go and google something (I hate that I just used it as a verb) and tell me that your search experience sucked. Oh it did suck? Really? You’re lying. That search was wonderful, it was amazing. You found what you wanted and several other interesting things.
Are you going to tell me that Google search isn’t the best for search engine optimization? Are you going to inform me that it’s search algorithm is sub-par? BS. Give me side-by-side comparisons to go with your arguments accompanied by search engine speeds and results, then shove it up your ass. Statistics show that 99% of users find what they want on the first page of a Google search and the other 1% are racist bastards.
Excuse my language. My feelings are getting the best of me. I want to hate Google search so much, so much…but here I am, unable to accept any Google search directed criticism. Give me rhyme or reason to hate Google search. I’ve heard many testimonies, but none that have been solid reasons as to why Google search is a bad thing, or why it is anything less than a great thing.
Please help me.
It’s hard to believe that a site’s popularity is often determined by the public’s ability to enter in a few keywords on a Search Engine like Google, Yahoo, or MSN, but this is the age of SEO. Since this search engine factor can make or break a business or website, web entrepreneurs have to ask what the future of online marketing and SEO will be.
First, search engines will just keep getting smarter with services that can collect our data about our surfing habits. I’m certain that all of you have felt disappointed when you entered in what you thought was sure to be the perfect keywords for a search, only to find the Top Ten list was on some topic completely unrelated to what you wanted. Relevance will become a factor, and more distinct keyword phrases will be required in the future. The sites that can focus on exactly what the user wants will discover more hits all around.
Also, SEO will soon become more than just the right keyword phrases, inbound links, and keyword density. Instead, it will be about all of these concepts working together in a synergetic strategy based on a company or site’s primary goals. All content will need to be based on all sorts of information such as social data, meaning testimonials, feedback, reviews, and product comparison.
Another key factor is the quality of the website. It isn’t enough to have all the factors that will draw interested users toward a website, but success will be determined on the professional look of the site. Even if your site is number one in the top ten, a user may not want to use a site that is of poor quality. He or she would rather hit Back and click on number two.
Other future developments depend on improving technology, which is getting better all the time. For example, Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Scanning allows users to scan hard copy books, letters, and documents, for unique content, enabling searchers to get their content easier. Visual Identification is also going to factor in as users will want to search for information using images, rather than many searches that use information to obtain images.
So what is the future of SEO marketing? Simply put, it is a whole lot of work by those who want to succeed. Sites that want to be star players will need to work with all factors that draw traffic to their site, and create a quality site so that users will stay. It will also be about keeping up with Search Engine technology of the future.