Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Thursday, September 4, 2003

Where To Find Best Reviews And Info About Best Live Collaboration Tools? Ask Google!

True unretouched Google screenshot - Please click above to enlarge it - screen image taken on Sept. 4th 2003 at 10am GMT

According to Google it is here, on this very site that you can find the MOST RELEVANT information about web conferencing, live presentation and real-time, online collaboration tools.

If, for once, I can show off the result of my communication approach, well, here you have it.



Readers' Comments    
2003-09-06 16:46:46


Alex can you honestly say you didn't feel a flush of self-satisfaction when you first saw your site on the first page of a Google search? Come on, you can admit it. I've posted my own Googleshots, and so have many others for lots of reasons other than self-promotion. I posted mine in an act of compulsive self-deprecation.

I'm mostly joking, of course, but I think in advertising one must go with what works (keeping ethics and law in mind, of course). And as long as Google is, in web users' minds, the be-all and end-all of searching, any placement on that golden first page is going to be promotion that pays off.

Maybe Robin was too zealous in his posting for your taste. That's arguable. But what isn't arguable is that Google has become its own environment where sites will jockey for position however they can, until Google tightens up loopholes like the one you point out.

2003-09-05 05:33:03

Alex Kaplan

Google does not understand underscores as divisions. Your use of 20 of them in a single file path shows your great ignorance as well as your lamb attemp at self promotion. Look for professional headshots. I list near the top too. SO WHAT

posted by Robin Good on Thursday, September 4 2003, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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