If you’ve been a long-time reader of The Feed, you probably know that the Google’s latest privacy crackdown has impacted the site. The site, which hosts links to news articles and other content, has been removed from Google’s new search engine, and many of the links are no longer available. However, a Google spokesperson announced that the site will be working through legal channels to continue to operate, and that it will be back up and running within a few days.
That’s great, but I would question the effectiveness of these new efforts. A few months ago Google decided to change how users search for news stories. The new rules have made it more difficult for news publishers to create and promote their stories, for example. The new search engine has also made it more difficult for people to link to news articles they find on the web.
The new rules have led many news publishers to take a harder stance against Google, and that makes good sense. However, a lot of publishers are relying on Google’s algorithms to spread their stories to other sites, so Google’s crackdown could actually hurt them. It’s also worth noting that these rules have not yet been enforced, they’ll likely take more time to be implemented.
As always, you can find more information about the new rules on Google’s new search engine.
As an interesting aside, one of the biggest problems in getting publishers to comply with the new rules is that the same publishers that use the old “content farms” that Google had already been using to spread the news on the web. These content farms are only used to spread the news to others sites, such as blogs and Twitter. In the new rules they will now be used to spread news to sites that are not part of a “content farm.
If you’re not a Google user, you aren’t a Google user… But the content farms are a different story. They’re a way of spreading the news to your users, and they’re designed to not only spread the news to your users but to spread it to other users.
It’s not clear how Google plans to use the new rules, or what impact they will have on the way they deliver news. But it seems as though this new policy will now target only specific types of content farms. We’ll still have to deal with people who post “click bait” links to other sites to spread the news, and Google’s rules do not seem to target these kinds of sites.
Thats true though, the new policy is targeting sites that post click bait links to other sites, and Googles rules do not seem to target these kinds of sites.
We know about some of the new rules that are being used. It looks like these are going to be part of the new policy, but there may be some other rules that will be used. So we’re hoping they will be included with the new policy.
The new policy comes out in the next week. I’m hoping it won’t be too long since I’ve been working on this since the summer and am a little worried because I think it is a bit of a double standard. One of the new rules is a “No click bait links.” which means that if you’re going to post a link to another site to get the click, you have to create or host a site that is very obvious.