The Inbound Debate #9 – Google Backlash, How Much is Too Much? - Posted By Nick Pateman, Operations Director - 04.03.13

Nick Pateman

By Nick Pateman

This week on The Inbound Debate the guys are discussing the webmaster community’s reaction to Google. Whether it’s (not provided) keyword information in Google Analytics or paid inclusion in Google Shopping; the search giant is increasingly taking a more aggressive approach to monetising content online.

But where do webmasters draw the line? Or even, can webmasters draw a line? Join in the discussion on Twitter (#InboundDebate) or leave a comment.

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