Look at the Google search result from August 12, 2009.
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So cool. Check this out. October 20, 2009.
2 days later Google reported 2,888,000 results. That means that Google, with their fast response, dug through about 14,000,000 of those web pages and found them to be non-existant. Looks like someone or some industry is putting up lots of web pages, and multi-millions of those are attempts to flood Google with false location pages. Google is fast responding. We like Google.
UPDATE! So cool. Check this out. November 2, 2009.
It looks like Google has ripped a few million of those from its listings. How interesting. With about 20,000 employees and some serious code writers it seems to be difficult for our competitors to spam flood Google and make it stick.
We are leaving the original writing. But as of October 2009 IT IS UP TO (?) MILLION !
Those 8 million new web pages might simply be (what?).
The big issue here is what you can learn from this experience:
If you have a tiny little company, and you have almost no money, and you are willing to work hard enough to make a valuable product; then even if some big, huge, gigantic companies like (maybe?) the oil and gas companies try to flood the internet and stop you from selling your product, you can still count on Google to help.
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