Google Reframes Size Debate

Google removed their you are searching 8 billion + pages and reframes the size debate, encouraging people to use Google more and search more specifically. :)

Framing is huge in marketing. If you control the language then you win the battle.

Danny wrote a great article about the history of the search database size wars, going back to the days of AltaVista & Excite page counting.

Also interesting to note that Danny loves the Lego Star Wars video game, and searched for the same piece I did. Finding the missing Star Wars lego pieces via search is no doubt a hard task, especially using UK spellings.

Danny recently turned 40. Happy Bday Danny.

Astute SEW fans may find the hidden Annie Williams paintings present suggestion in his latest article. :)

Published: September 27, 2005 by Aaron Wall in marketing


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