Finding my blog

For some reason, Google’s search algorithm no longer seems to find this blog very easily. I suspect this has something to do with the recent change in their search algorithm. My best guess is that for some reason, Google has mistakenly classified this blog as a “content farmer” website, which “scrapes” content from other websites.  Obviously this is a mistake, as all content here is original.

I am looking into what, if anything, can be done to correct this problem. In the interim, this blog can be found more easily through searches on Bing or Yahoo. Unfortunately, Google still has almost an 80% market share in the search engine market.

In addition, I would appreciate my subscribers’ efforts to share my posts via email, Facebook, etc. Or, if you have a website for which this would be appropriate, a link to this blog would be helpful.

About timbartik

Tim Bartik is a senior economist at the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, a non-profit and non-partisan research organization in Kalamazoo, Michigan. His research specializes in state and local economic development policies and local labor markets.
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