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HP Director, Google Continue To Steal Internet Traffic

Posted by feww on April 12, 2010

Background:

Google Sends Search Traffic to 3rd Party

Marc L. Andreessen, a Hewlett-Packard Director, and Google continue to steal Internet traffic from Fire-Earth

About 50 percent of the traffic generated by specific searches for  Fire-Earth content goes to an unrelated 3rd party, Ning Network.

Note: No information concerning Fire-Earth blog is posted on Ning Network.

The following Print Screens show Google search results for the last 4 entries posted consecutively on Fire Earth blog:


Google search using the post title as search criteria. Blog post # 1,563. Click image to enlarge.


Google search using the post title as search criteria. Blog post # 1,562. Click image to enlarge.


Google search using the post title as search criteria. In this particular search more than 66 percent of the search result is directed away from Fire-Earth into Google-related ventures. Blog post # 1,561. Click image to enlarge.


Google search using the post title as search criteria. Blog post # 1,560. Click image to enlarge.


Google search using the post title as search criteria. Blog post # 1,559. Click image to enlarge.

Why Google So Desperate?

A possible motive why Google is stealing Internet traffic from Fire-Earth blog and sending search results to NING Network:

“Tech visionary Marc Andreessen and partner Ben Horowitz have raised $300 million from Horsley Bridge, Google, and luminaries Reid Hoffman and Peter Thiel.”
Andreessen, Horowitz Raise $300M (July 01, 2009)

Related Links:

Serial No  1,564. Starting April 2010, each entry on this blog has a unique serial number. If any of the numbers are missing, it may mean that the corresponding entry has been blocked by the authorities/Google in your country. Please drop us a line if you detect any anomaly/missing number(s).

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