‘Google Does Not Have All The Answers’
I have a bunch of wedding ups and downs to gush about, but I will spare you for today.
Friday evening, I had to make an unscheduled drive to Doylestown to drop off some tools that my fiance needed, which he had left at home. On my way home as I was coming down Rte. 263, I noticed that what was once Doc’s and most recently the Jamison Pub, was closed, not a single light flickered from inside. This was a sad moment as I remembered how much fun we used to have at Doc’s and the hard times that faced the owner of the pub.
I continued to look at the buildings along that stretch of the road; the businesses there never do very well. A couple doors down, there stands a church. I am not sure what type of church it is nor have I ever seen anyone there, but on this night I took notice to their sign. The marque made me giggle. It ended with “Google does not have all the answers.” (I apologize for not having direct quotes, I told myself I needed to write it down but I never did.)
Regardless, they made a very valid point. Google does not have answers. Rather it is a resource to help you find the answers to your questions. If you look up the term Google on dictionary.com they give the the noun as meaning “a widely used search engine that uses text-matching techniques to find web pages that are important and relevant to a user’s search.”
So, there! Google does not have answers. It just leads you to web pages that do have answers. And Google is influenced to put those webpages that take advantage of optimization techniques at the top of their rankings.