Do small websites even have a chance in the new Brave Google world.
Will your website business be effected by the changes at Google?
Well, you have likely heard about how google has declared war on low quality websites, it remains unclear if that means smaller mom and pop websites or if they mean those types of websites that are employing tricks to reach the top of the search engines. Either way, it would behoove an individual to seek out the truth, in order to fully understand how this new ruling effects the websites you operate.
If, Google has decided to terminate your website because it is considered of low quality because your a little fish in a big sea then perhaps it is time to stand in line at the food bank or are there other sources of traffic?
There have been a few who are throwing up their hands and saying, “you know it is just not worth it” After you factor in the cost of hosting, the cost of developing a website, the cost of software, the cost to design graphics, when you add it all up and you see that as a result google has not decided that all your hard work is of low quality.
You want to say, as compared to what, a team of developers that get paid millions of dollars to develop a website?
Sadly we cannot all afford to have a million dollar budget and to advertise on google adwords, but even if we did would it do any good?
In an ecomony where the average website costs, around 150.00 per year to maintain, is there a place in the economy for that poor website owner to make a dime?
Perhaps there is and perhaps it is not with google that you should be looking for that traffic and profit.
More and more small business owners are moving away from the behemoth, that is not supporting organic traffic to small business owners, when you think about it that way you have to wonder if this particular type of move may end up costing google far more in consumer clout than they ever thought it would.
No one knows for sure how all this will likely end up, one thing for sure is that there are going to be some changes, hopefully those changes will give the small business market a leg up, that would be what I would want to do, because for the last four years, grey hatters, and black hatters have made millions off the back of a lazy search engine.
Perhaps its time for google to go after the real market that supplies 90 percent of the services to real people all over the US, that is the small business market.