Wall Street Journal Is Wrong & Why I Think The Google Story Should Be Retracted

  •   November 18, 2019

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This morning at Search Engine Land the team and I published a response to the Wall Street Journal’s story on Google Search. You can read my story named Misquoted and misunderstood: Why we, the search community, don’t believe the WSJ about Google search.

I am not going to repeat everything written in my story or the WSJ story. I tried my best to go through point-by-point and explain how Google Search really works in that story. The WSJ really did a horrible and sad job bringing up conspiracy theories without any evidence. The worst part, they quoted a bunch of folks who have said they were either misquoted or misunderstood – or both.

Let me now just go through the reaction to the story I published on Search Engine Land – so you can see the difference of opinions. But again, first go read my story at Search Engine Land please so this makes sense.

Positive:

Negative:

Anyway – I think it is important for you all to read what the WSJ published and the response and make up your own mind.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

This marketing news is not the copyright of Scott.Services – please click here to see the original source of this article. Author: barry@rustybrick.com (Barry Schwartz)

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