Google has admitted to reading all the Email contents in , what it terms as to 'to provide you personally relevant product features, such as customised search results, tailored advertising, and spam and malware detection. This analysis occurs as the content is sent, received, and when it is stored." Privacy goes through the Window!
Number of Followers 1447. Likes 1337. Categories 117. Tags 16.683(Did I tag that much?) Posts 5748 Hits 13,43,820 Comments 3450 Maximum Hits 29803 recorded in a day Average Hit/day 1832 This is the statistical part of it. What is more important to me is that I came across very good posts in my search for writing;some of them are found not on the first twenty results of Google search, but are very good in terms of content. This reaffirms my belief that good articles need not be restricted to first page results alone. Probably, these people are also like me, want to share information yet so not know(as I am) the nuances of getting place in the first search results. Many of posts do find a place in the first results though. So a good content is always appreciated, more importantly useful. This I have learnt from the feedback for my pos. People do write to me to elaborate on a particular subject, which I have blogged about and in many a case suggest topics. This is the part I enjoy the most. I do get criticism ;fortunately most of them creative, guiding me towards clarity and research.
I often wondered at the replies of the Call Center,Help Line executives of large organisations when they try to answer your queries. They do not react to your questions. They reply by way of answering in a way they have been trained to answer,to escape accountability or what they think you want to hear! Their last resort is 'Your request is being escalated', as if it is a war. Note they would never use the term Complaint but always 'your request or Your service request" I have posted on this. I never knew that Computers have also been assigned this task.
Watch the Hilarious experience of Google Ad search for the words 'semi-skim milk' http://www.buzzfeed.com/copyranter/hilarious-new-google-search-ad-remind-me-how-much