Net Neutrality

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Sadly, the Net Neutrality issue is already affecting small businesses more than I anticipated. SEO is now completely a traded and bought system that is forcing even smaller tech companies like me to conform to the new system or go out of business. Google wiped out one of my client’s SEO because I didn’t buy into the new $3000 professional software. I am going to have to get enough client’s who want SEO done to even be able to afford the new software now, but in the end I will be able to still help companies by offering smaller prices.

Most companies price for SEO services is $1200/ month but my client’s know that I always provide at a fraction of the cost.  Contact me me if your company is sick and tired of paying $1200 a month for SEO and would rather just pay a yearly fee of $700

(this covers my cost of the software/per client and the time spent setting each client up)

If I can get enough companies ready to go, I’ll buy google’s software, lol.

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Net Neutrality:  It’s what makes the internet so great….until now.

Yesterday (Thursday 12/14/17), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to dismantle rules regulating the businesses that connect consumers to the internet.  This gives internet companies (like Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, Spectrum, ect…) the power to reshape Americans’ online experiences.

For those who are new to all of this,  Net Neutrality was prohibiting broadband providers from blocking websites or charging for higher-quality service or certain content.   This is now gone.

This was done because the Trump administration and the new F.C.C. chairman thought that doing this would help the economy.

It will take a few weeks for the repeal to go into effect, so you won’t see changes right away.  Bigger companies like Google and Facebook are filing lawsuits to get this stopped.

What does this mean for the future?  We can only wait and see.  Fortunately, there are people like me who helped shape the internet in the first place.  There are back-doors throughout the internet that most people don’t know about.  I refuse to let rich politicians and businesses determine who can access certain parts of the web, based on the income that family makes.  Everyone should have equal access to the information that the internet has to offer.  Think of the impacts it’ll do to our kids if nothing is done.

Monopolizing the system is corrupt.  If you agree, share with your friends and do your research.  This is my only “blog” post on this website, and I really hope that we can get Net Neutrality back.

By the way, Wheelbound Productions plans on creating sites that have backdoors into other sites.  If you are reading this, and want to support Wheelbound Productions in this ‘Robin-Hood’ type of venture, please contact me.