How the Search Engine Landscape Has Changed ————————————————–It’s been a wild ride for Google.
Its dominance in the search market for nearly a decade has created a network of content producers, distributors, and advertisers, including major brands like Disney, Apple, and Microsoft.
Its biggest hits include the likes of ESPN, Fox News, and HBO.
But it also has been accused of manipulating search results to favor its own news programs, such as Google News and the Huffington Post.
As a result, search engines have increasingly struggled to compete with publishers, advertisers, and other digital platforms.
As we wrote earlier this year, Google’s search dominance has been the subject of a public relations campaign by the company and its competitors.
Google’s competitors are responding with their own media-marketing strategies, which they’ve dubbed Google Media.
And in many ways, Google Media has the advantage of being the more transparent, less secretive, and less political competitor.
Google has spent billions of dollars on ads to help it become the dominant news source, and it has hired the likes