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Re: Google Shopping: Wanna Play? Gotta Pay
Posted by Montclairguy on 2012-06-10 01:21:38
In reply to Rachelle Dragani
http://www.change.org/petitions/merchant-center-keep-google-merchant-center-part-of-organic-search#

This change will greatly hurt the economy by negatively impacting small businesses. Further, it will make Google's product results biased and useless. People use Google Product Search to get the best deals on items. This will force an increase in end user pricing, for any merchant who even dares to compete with the big players. Inevitably, the small businesses which drive the US economy will be squeezed out by their inability to financially compete with the heavy hitters. This change is bad for Google, bad for consumers, bad for small businesses and bad for the US economy.




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Google Shopping: Wanna Play? Gotta Pay  Rachelle Dragani  2012-06-05 09:39:29
Re: Google Shopping: Wanna Play? Gotta Pay  Montclairguy  2012-06-10 01:21:38
Re: Google Shopping: Wanna Play? Gotta Pay  megankrow  2012-06-06 13:00:10
Re: Google Shopping: Wanna Play? Gotta Pay  lynschuette  2012-06-05 11:06:08
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