Linky Goodness, January 18

Link-y! Good-ness!

Happy Friday!

  • http://www.jordankasteler.com/utah-seo-pro-blog/ Utah SEO

    It’s not like Google is allowing contributions out of the goodness of their heart. They want to data mine that like no other.

  • http://www.theratingblog.com Alan Johnson

    Personally, I don’t see the chinese market achieving that position anytime soon but they should not be eliminated from the equation. It’s too bad that a market with such potential has to suffer as a result of censorship.

    Alan Johnson

  • http://www.greatpriceshere.com Nicole

    With the way the Internet is regulated in china and free speech curbed, I doubt that would be the case any time soon.

  • http://www.cathlawson.com/blog CatherineL

    I certainly don’t see the China in that position in the foreseeable future either. Their jails would be full to capacity with bloggers.

  • http://www.newhomessection.com Jayson

    I don’t see China becoming the largest Internet market anytime soon but think that it’s possible after a little reorganization in their government.

    A lot of Internet users use the Internet because of the available information and with all the regulation, users in China might not find everything as fun, informational and inviting as the rest of us do.