22 Jun '11, 8pm

Google Hits a Record 1 Billion Vistors In One Month

After observing corporate client browsing/searching habits this week, I wonder how many of those billion were pure type ins intended for the site and instead the user intention was hijacked to expose them to competitors and alternatives they may otherwise never have considered. In one case the first result that appeared was a quote from an angry customer on a review site. If I call 411 and ask for Mike Berkens, they give me Mike Berkens. And that’s the way Google should work too. I am puzzled by ICANN what they do and why a group of domainers goes to their meetings and what they hope to achieve. But I would think that it might first be looking to protect the interests of those numbers already assigned then focussing on revenue stream opportunities by figuring out how to make more numbers to assign. What Google does should be illegal. If businesses had a clue about how much...

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