INTRODUCTION: Live Webinar on “Feeding the AI Beast” & owning your “Virtual You” & The 20 Ways to Remove a Yelp, or any other Website!
Reputation Saviors owner, Chris Edwards has a history of innovating reputation management, online shopping and changing the Internet for 25 years. Were now at a time when Information (AI) is worth more than Oil; and $2T Apple just announced their “Google Killer” search engine with autocomplete-style results produced by Apple. Today, Google Trends identified the key-word “Election Prediction Models” as the top Elections related key-word, reaching 100% of their scale. November 1st 2020, the Wikipedia for “Search Engine Manipulation Effect” has been updated with studies and sources on the 2016 election of changing the minds of undecided voters by as much as 20-80% just prior to an election. In this presentation, we'll give you the endurance of Lance Armstrong, the beauty of Wilhelmina, the intelligence of IBM, the money of Apple and power of the Presidency. If your not here at this webinar today, your in the wrong place!
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1 Google Auto-Complete & Search Suggestion AI on Websites like Yelp & Instagram
2 Using and Controlling the GAS for Political Affairs, Events, Future Prospects and You
1A) GOOGLE TRENDS ON ELECTION-RELATED KEY-WORDS
2 Using the GAS to control the suggestions for your personal name or wrong name
3 Using the GAS to control the suggestions for your company or brands
4 Using the GAS for Advanced Search Engine Optimization
5 Using the GAS for and in your press releases for SEO, Google News, Image, Video, Podcast,
6 Using GAS to control when office or you move to a different location
7 Using the GAS for keyword or name not found
8 How to craft your company name and website based on GAS
9 Real world examples like Janet Jackson & Zenaida Gonzales
10 Case studies like Disc Jockeys, Perfume Stores, Syracuse Basketball & Plastic Surgery
11 How to examples of word of mouth to get people to search
12 Google AI Training
13 Training Google AI
Facebook Page on “Feeding the AI Beast” https://facebook.com/feedingtheaibeast
1A) GOOGLE ON ELECTION-RELATED ISSUES & KEY-WORDS
October 28th 2020 The $2 Trillion company, Apple starts displaying its own search results in iOS 14 as the iPhone maker steps up efforts to build a Google killer. “This shows an Apple-generated list of search suggestions rather than Google results and also include autocomplete-style results produced by Apple.”
October 27 2020 Google launching YouTube “information panels” for election results in Google search to curb misinformation
August 3rd 2020 President Trumps request for Social Media on criterial for Take Down Requests.
May 28th & July 28th 2020 "A small handful of social media monopolies controls a vast portion of all public and private communications in the United States," he claimed. "They've had unchecked power to censor, restrict, edit, shape, hide, alter, virtually any form of communication between private citizens and large public audiences."
We don't allow predictions that could be interpreted as a position for or against any candidate or political party, nor which could be interpreted as claims about the participation in or integrity of the electoral process.
Trump & Biden's use of the GAS issues about candidates
A Google Spokesperson's statement to Business Insider dismissed the idea that the search engine intended to impress a political agenda on its billion plus users.
"Search is not used to set a political agenda and we don't bias our results toward any political ideology. Every year, we issue hundreds of improvements to our algorithms to ensure they surface high-quality content in response to users' queries. We continually work to improve Google Search and we never rank search results to manipulate political sentiment," read the statement.
“They are controlling what we can & cannot see. This is a very serious situation-will be addressed!”
Google’s algorithm is still somewhat of a mystery, and results may be influenced by cookies, past search requests or location. Google denies that it does. “Search is not used to set a political agenda and we do not bias our results toward any political ideology,” the company said last week. “We never rank search results to manipulate political sentiment.”
More than 100 factors – from where the user is located to how recently a given webpage was updated – contribute to how highly a certain result may appear. In addition, the company’s famous PageRank algorithm, developed by co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, plays a role in determining the authoritativeness of a given source. For example, Google’s tendency to favour recency, or “freshness”, incentivises companies to create their webpages with metadata keywords that the search engine can easily read. If the results differ from person to person, that could be because they may be using a browser in incognito mode, which deletes the cookies and other third-party tracking software. Or they may be searching from a different location, triggering Google’s reflex to return local results. They may also simply be performing a search slightly later in time than another, said Christo Wilson, a computer science professor at Northeastern University who has studied Google’s search practices for six years.
President Trump plans to launch antitrust suit against Google
Can I Change My Vote? Trump Tweets 'Go Do it' as Google Searches Spike
Google blocks some election-related GAS key-word suggestions in April 2020
In a blog post, Google said it was removing suggestions that could be viewed as being for or against a particular candidate or party. The search engine also is blocking suggestions that could be viewed as claims about "the integrity or legitimacy of electoral processes."
On the same day as Google's announcement, Twitter said it was introducing restrictions on elected-related posts, including to tweets claiming victory for a candidate ahead of official results or attempts to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power.
Facebook also recently announced stricter policies around election-related posts as well as on new political ads in the week before Election Day. Twitter, YouTube and Facebook removed both legitimate and not legitimate information about CoVid-19.
GOOGLE TRENDS ON ELECTION-RELATED KEY-WORDS
- “Google Trends does not filter controversial topics.” - Google w/commentary
- Google trends presidential candidates 2020" – Zero results in search in quotes, missed opportunities
October 28th 2020 – Searches for who will win... Reached 100%, only 4 results in quotes, 226 filtered
- "who is predicted to be the next president..." No 2020 GAS suggestion on 10/25
- #1 suggestion for “who is predicted to win”, but "who will be the next president of the united states in 2020" – Only 10 results in Google Search
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