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Chris Nielsen
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I suggest you look at some other small business web who are not a competitor and contact them if you like the site. They may have someone they can refer you to, or advise you against using. I was concerned about you saying you cannot afford SEO. I don't think you understand what SEO is or what a reasonable cost is. Getting a site with no attention paid to SEO maybe a waste of money. Any good web designer should be able to include basic SEO for your site. It's not rocket science...!!! But like anything else there are different levels and some can be expensive. But if you don't have money for SEO then you don't have money for paid ads and how is anyone going to find your site? You may be better putting the money into some other type of advertising and just have a free web page somewhere (Google+, Facebook, etc.) where you can send people. When people say you need a web site make sure you ask them WHY they say that. If they can't explain why or how it will help your business, then maybe you should wait. :-)
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Hello everyone for #ColumbusNebraska !! So people say I need to get a website.....I have no idea who to go with! When I think I found a good site, I read the reviews and no one really has anything good to say about them....I am a very small sole proprietorship, I do not have enough advertising capital for an SEO....any ideas or suggestions? Thanks!!

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Thanks Google! You have fixed yet another thing that was not broken.

Good Job, Buddy!!!
Google’s look, evolved
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Fantastic! But will I have a choice for my car to run on Windows, Linux, IOS, or will I be limited to Car Chrome? Will we get confused when someone says "I am going to backup the car"? Will terrorists have access to self-driving vehicles? Or for that matter, hackers? Will the computer be able to avoid mechanical breakdowns on the freeway or remote locations? How will the car handle new manufacturer recall issues?

Do you buy or sell online? If so you may want to learn more about the new service that is coming called "Jet". https://jet.com/#/ji/cqcv6

It is said they will allow you to purchase from smaller vendors with prices close to deals you get from large ones like Amazon or Wal-Mart. Lower prices overall like a Sam's club or Costco, but online.

I am NOT connected with the company and did not get paid to post this. I just joined as a trial member and think they may have a good system if they can make it work.

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Photos from our trip to Virginia.
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Chris Nielsen commented on a post on Blogger.
The Right To Forget The Truth

While I understand there are two sides, I think the real issue is being overlooked. In the two examples cited near the end, the man questioned but not charged and the daughter said to be a victim of abuse. The man MAY have done the crime, and the daughter MAY have falsely reported abuse.

I don't think ANYONE, and certainly not Google should be removing FACTS from the search results selectively. That the man was questioned was a fact and should remain. The daughter was abused, and perhaps that should remain. At first I thought the information about the daughter was causing additional harm to someone who did nothing wrong. But we don't have all the facts do we? Does Google? Have they investigated the cases or are they just going on someone's request? The more abuse cases that vanish from our view, the more it will look like we don't have an abuse problem after all.

I guess all of the many comments and stories about OJ killing Nicole & Ron should be forgotten? He was acquitted after all...

Yes, if I was falsely accused, I would want that removed so others would not wonder, but if it was false, should I really be that upset by it? I guess I still would. But objectively I think the information that is factual should remain. If we remove portions of the truth, what do we have left?

I know for damn sure I don't want Google deciding this for me and others. Impartiality cannot be guaranteed. Google is pretty good at creating automated systems to work with information, but I have encountered problems many times where they are heavy-handed at best and a bully at worst. They won't be able to come up with an algorithm for this

An independent review should be done which would make such decisions. And the rules by which they are governed should be international in nature. The double standards of US and Europe bother me. The rules should be those that most of the world community can agree on, in my opinion.

And no one company should hold the title of "Internet Police".

Google should be able to sidestep this issue. They generally don't publish search content, they just report on what is published on other sites. If a site is publishing something, then should we all be able to see it? And if we all agree that there is something that should not be seen, should that site be taken down or at least blocked from most of the civilized world?
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Searching for the right balance
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It's a great show and not just for Texas metal fans either...!

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