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Gartner As A News Source…

I find Google news pretty frustrating, primarily because when searching on topics like MSSP, it is generally out of date and doesn’t touch many of the sites I really care about. On this little search I was surprised to see Gartner appear as a news source and for a number of those news sources to actually be event announcements and the like on vendor sites.

3 Responses

  1. By Edward O’Meara on September 7th, 2006 at 5:07 pm

    Andy,

    I’m surprised that you ever thought otherwise. Some of us who spend our days in the news, ad, event and pr world long ago realized that Google is little more than a hyper-technical version of the Yellow Pages and addicted marketers (already-short-on-results) aren’t going to let them walk away from it.

    And just because they modify their algorithms to “improve” results (or penalize those that don’t pay their way) doesn’t mean it will eliminate this deal they made with the devil. But as more and more users realize that these search engines return little more than optimized press releases, Pay-to-Play white papers, and assorted other corporate blather I think users will abandon them for better solutions.

    Sadly, I don’t perceive the Google folks care about the implications of that, they’re too busy trying to do the same thing to the other parts of the marketing mix. Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble… Do No Harm – yeah, right.

  2. By Ramandeep on March 7th, 2012 at 9:36 pm

    Learning healthy htbias was a big thing. By now they’re ingrained, and I don’t have to think about them. That’s the problem with diets whatever you do to lose the weight is not a habit, it’s a task. And once you’re off the diet, you stop, and the weight comes back.

    • By Fatiha on August 4th, 2012 at 9:42 pm

      Single women, people on the go may not aylwas eat the foods they need to get enough Vit B 12. From what I understand grass fed beef and egg yolks are good sources of that vitamin.

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