• jnffarrell1

    Saving serious readers time by including the Google document in a scrollable window is commendable. Many readers would not take the time or Drive capacity to down load a reference. Not every reader will want to scroll through Ninety pages, but those with specific axes to grind can look up what they need to know before commenting.

  • http://www.silvar.net/ Miguel Silva Rodrigues

    The funny thing is that actual organic results are being pushed further down the page with this change. Everyone’s so concerned with fair trade that the users aren’t getting that much attention.

  • gregsterling

    There was no way in the brief time that I had to write this to accurately reflect what was in there. Hence the embedded document.

  • gregsterling

    Agree.

  • Durant Imboden

    Good point. This is about protecting the big players, not about preserving competition or benefiting searchers.

  • http://www.it-sales-leads.com/ Barbara Mckinney

    What I don’t get is why people think it’s wrong for Google to display information relevant to your search right on the results, as opposed to just displaying links you have to click through in order to get that information.