75% of SEOs Say Googlers Hypocritical on Facebook

May 20, 2010 - 7:42 am 1 by
Filed Under Misc Google

A few weeks ago, many Googlers deactivated their Facebook accounts to make a statement about the lack of privacy and "openness" of the social networking site. I figured it would be fun to see how SEOs feel about that decision.

I ran a poll asking if you feel that in light of Google Buzz, do you think the Googlers who deactivated their accounts are being hypocritical? Personally, I don't really think so, but here is what you all think.

75% of you think Googlers are being hypocritical, here is the pie chart:


Forum discussion continued at WebmasterWorld.

This was scheduled to be posted today. I am offline today and scheduled several polls for the days I am offline. I am back Friday, May 21st.


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