Monday, September 18, 2006



When things began to suck

Once upon a time, there was no Google search engine and, to a degree and in some fashion, things sort of sucked.

Then came Google and search became better for web users. Then came Google advertising and things became better for sellers of "this and that" to find rich new veins of potential buyers. Then came Google adsense and things became better for website operators who, prior to this, had found it extremely difficult to "monetize" their efforts and earn a living.

...but then, not long after, to a degree and in varying fashions, EVERYTHING began to suck.

It began to suck for web users who increasingly found the search results of their favorite search engine clogged with literal garbage, created by the many opportunists who were drawn to internet advertising programs like flies to bleep.

It began to suck for advertisers who increasingly found their ad dollars being consumed by the questionable click activity perpetrated by the opportunists who were drawn to internet advertising programs like flies to bleep.

And, lastly, it began to suck for website operators who were constantly discovering that their web material was turning up on the websites of the many opportunists (i.e. stolen) who, as has been previously mentioned, had been drawn to internet advertising programs like flies to bleep.

A good example of the "web suck" phenomenon is automated blogging, i.e. brainless blogging, the focus of which is specific keywords, and the purpose of which is to attract web users to webpages that carry internet ads (for the most part, garbage).

Here's a fair example of the brainless blogging expression of the "web suck"phenomenon (a phenomenon that not only makes the web suck for users, but progressively sucks the life out of the web by allowing it to be progressively taken over by scammers, scoundrels, and thieves).

An assinine page



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