Why use PrimeWebMemphis.com?
Easily compare companies
offering what you wish to buy locally and nationally.
When Yahoo was big they offered
a community that was their search engine results and it only showed those
unless they did not have a result for a particular search phrase, then it
went to Google.
Advertisers paid $150.00 to get their site into
Yahoo and I had a credit card site that was the only result for the search
phrase Low APR Credit Cards. No one else was there and I thus got 100% of
the audience searching by that search
phrase (Yahoo primarily went by the title and the URL and I made both the
same and my content matched it all).
So like Yahoo used their
community submissions as their main search results and how that benefited me
and all those sites in the Yahoo community, PrimeWebMemphis.com offers the
same type community structure as results, with the difference being if
someone wants to shop locally they will have that ability and by informative
ads not just search results. If people wish to shop nationally they will
have that ability too, and by informative ads not just search results. And
local businesses will come first in line in the category presentations
(categories that our search engine links to also). So joining earlier is
best. Till there are local clients in a category, there
are dot com businesses offering those products and services and they will be
there also to provide consumers with a choice of where to shop.
Since familiar dot coms are
represented, that brings business to local clients. Since local businesses
are represented, that brings business to the familiar dot coms. So a win-win
Google uses link popularity
above the titles of sites for their ranking. That is why you will see sites
such as auto painting sites above home painting sites. So their algorithm is
flawed, plus they like Bing try to hide their ads as being ads. They wish
you to think their ads are normal search results or the more obvious Bing
would not make the text "ad" in the lowest case of their results, as they
Used to the the then major
search engines, like Google, would all show ads, via Overture (I'm sorry
they are not around anymore. They had integrity and a good business
structure ad did the old Yahoo, who only charged a one time fee for what
they showed), and the Overture results were at the top of the page as three
results. They were called "Sponsored Listings". Even thought that name is
not technically accurate (they were ads) at least no one thought ads were
actual search results. So you knew without study, what was an ad and what
was not. Not so these days.
The last decade shows a
progression of what is to follow, where Bing is ahead of the curve by hiding
their ads better than Google. And Yahoo ads are divided by such a thin
nearly white line against a white background that they know people will be
fooled into thinking their ads are search results. Above the they say they
are ads and then you can't see the division between the ads and their
natural search results. Google will follow and eventually without any
of them over-sighted they will put a symbol or an asterisk by their ads
instead of the hidden word "ad" and people will have to dig deep into
30,000 words and 3 web pages, to ever discover that that symbol or asterisk
would mean that that those result(s) was/were an ad.
And that progression, at first, would be a semi-obvious footnote
from a symbol or an asterisk. Then it would progress to be
next to impossible for anyone to discover what the symbol or asterisk meant.
And as consumers would never go to that then trouble to know what what was
what, as even now consumers per Bing and Google click on ads those consumers
thinking they are natural search results or why would Bing more explicitly
be making them appear as if not ads, as they do. They do so because they see
the statistics of their basic frauds. Bing has even added drop down arrows
to their ads for them to make them appear as if search results because those
drop down arrows previously were only for cached pages (see screenshots
A and B).
PrimeWebMemphis.com would not
engage in deceit. I have explained the problems. Search engines' frauds will
get worse unless they are over-sighted and/or sued, to thus not continue to commit
Many advertisers are being
effected by the power of Google and Bing and Facebook and with the cost
companies pay Google and Bing for snippets to rank above everyone, takes advertising cash away from the bigger companies
(who would have used it in other advertising mediums), making the mom and pop sites unable to compete by the Internet,
not capable to pay so much per a site visit, and since page one
is all there is, realistically, there is no way their sites can be seen to
be able to compete on the Internet, when they are on page two or three or
worse (per search phrases of their content).
Google and Bing are betraying
what made them in the first place. Natural search results and the companies
that produced them. Eventually only the big companies will thrive, as their
other advertising budgets are topped out paying Google and Bing. So all real
advertising suffers as well as all businesses that wished to ever get any
business via the Internet. Everyone will be on page 5 to page 500 but for
who pays astronomical prices to ever be seen by ads on page one by what is
not even advertising but snippets and the total degradation of true
And since there are no archives
made of search engine results once we all die off who know what they once
did there will be no testimony to prove they they ever calculated a
progression of falsehood.
As as of now there are no sites
on the internet that offer what this site proposes or any that can even offer
true ads like I offer, period (not city based; not nationally or worldwide)
were the final product would be much more than is shown with truth in advertising
with nothing deceptive. But it takes money
earned for me to be able to invest in such an infrastructure.