Google to charge extra for special search placement
It’s bad news for domainers used to PPC revenue generation and monetization.
Google, the 800 lbs gorilla of global searches on the Internet, will begin charging for specialized search engine placement, paid directly to its middle management executives.
This means, that for your crappy domain name to appear in the top 10 results in Google, you’ll have to oil the palm of Google managers, the way things are done in many middle Eastern countries.
“We examined the economy of many nations, such as Iraq, Pakistan and Burma,” said Matt Cutts of Google.
“After careful ‘Reaganomics’, we determined that Google has been losing about two billion dollars in revenue each month, by not accepting bribes. So we are making changes to our terms and conditions to address that loss,” added Cutts.
Google will begin mailing special padded envelopes to all active holders of Google accounts, starting next week. The recipients will be able to use those envelopes to mail off cash addressed to Google executives.
The new method will cost money but it’s guaranteed to produce results.