Microsoft launches campaign exposes wrongdoing in the Google search engine
In Microsoft invented a new word: scroogled, which defined as “the new practice of selling their Google search results related purchases to the highest bidder.” This was presented in a new website opened by people in Redmond, called scroogled.com and was launched with the sole purpose of attacking Google.
There are reminded that if users are browsing in the search engine Google Shopping , which is a version of Google to find products, all results are actually paid advertisements, and nothing you see the person’s actual content value according to your preferences quote.
This announcement comes at a good time before the holidays, as a warning to those who thought Google use this tool to price products or find a model item that suits your needs, accusing the platform as completely commercial, what which contrasts with the slogan they preach in the big G, which is “Do not Be Evil” (Do not be evil).
Does Microsoft’s final advice? Of course, using Bing for their searches.
Link: Microsoft launches ‘Scroogled’ anti-Google Shopping website (The Verge)Tags: Bing, Google, Microsoft, scroogled, Seeker, Seekers