If you saw last week's congressional questions to Google (and FB+Amzn), you know how disappointing their representative, Adam Cohen's, responses were.
That's why its so great to see @davidcicilline holding Google's feet to the fire 🔥🔥🔥
(PDF source: https://cicilline.house.gov/sites/cicilline.house.gov/files/7.23.2019_ACAL%20Company%20Clarification%20Requests.pdf …)
It would appear the Justice Dept. is following suit, with another investigation into how the big online players are stifling competition:
I get that most marketers who follow my Twitter account are interested in tactics that'll make their job easier, produce results for their client/company, etc.
But I think my responsibility, as someone who's been blessed w/ influence, data, & access is to work on systemic issues
There are many great folks who can highlight a new link building tactic or a better way to analyze log files in Excel.
I think my responsibility's to help stop Google, et al from pulling up the ladder on web creators not lucky enough to be around for the 1999-2014 golden age.
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