What Is Google’s Greatest Fear?
With millions of business owners, webmasters and affiliates spending thousands of dollars on SEO and countless hours optimizing their websites (only to have Google organic search results shaken up or completely whisked away due to vacillating shifts from new algorithm changes) is genuinely creating feelings of anger, frustration and disdain.
Google’s greatest fear is you not using or needing to use Google…
As if running a business wasn’t hard enough, business owners are now forced to deal with the rise and fall of search engine results (knowing that at any time aside from ruthless competitors targeting their most coveted positions that a new algorithm change could come along and potentially sweep all their progress under the rug) without warning.
The only solution is to either (1) conform or (2) diversify your traffic sources to become less dependent on any one source of visitors, however, most are either unwilling or unaware of their options, so they continue to run on the treadmill in hope of stability.
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