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  #763826 17-Feb-2013 16:20
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I am no expert but the websites I have built have slowly tracked up the google rankings after build due to relevancy. I don't promise anything to the client with regard to Google rankings.

Cheers, Matt.

Even if not well built, if it is popular it can still rank and index quite well. But working to googles suggestions does probably help.


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#763835 17-Feb-2013 16:50
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googleantitrust: This is the true extent of monopolies in this Country and overseas - so I do not expect any high level analysis from your average IT consultant who gets his news from CNN and the Herald, or even the NBR for that matter.
Cheers :)

Wow. Some pointed accusations there. Obviously, from your point of view, there's only one person in this thread who is aware of all the machinations of evil companies such as Google, then?

As I said before, take off your tinfoil hat. There's no space here for crazy conspiracy theories.

Who is this chatcter who always jumps up with the "Tinfoil Hat Conspiracy" comment everytime he reads something a bit beyond him?

Where do you think the NZ finance companies were getting their money mate? Printing it themselves? They all had MASSIVE advances and overdrafts with the big banks both her and overseas. This big banks new exactly where the market was going, mostly because they control interest rates.

That is not too difficult to understand is it? Just because it is beyond your level of comprehension, does not make it a conspiracy theory. 

People who cannot understand how monopoly abuse works are not much use to this conversation really.

HAHAHA, this is too good! Just got to quote it to double highlight it to everybody :-P


Who is this character "freitasm" after all....   hmmm.....

He's the guy who wields the mighty "BAN HAMMER" and no it's not THOR :)

Actually would really like to borrow that .... Wink wink

Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink


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