Here's a Festival of India article
in today's Metro Times (08/23) which got me all worked up.
What's so strange about this article. Let me explain it.
Take a look at the Festival of India Website
. They have couple of Michigan Indian Websites listed which includes my website mibazaar
Now read the article at Metro Times. What on earth could be the reason for them to include the other Michigan Indian Websites in their article and just exclude mine.
Thank goodness, Google's Search is quite different. Type in "Festival of India Detroit" or "Festival of India Michigan" at Google Search and see which sites come up.
Also a certain Indian Radio Program is mentioned and the radio program hosted by Rajiv Sanghvi (Swar Bahar) one of the organizers of "Festival of India" is conveniently left out.
Also according to the article a certain Michigan Indian Website (run by the same folks as the radio program mentioned above) gets 12000 unique visitors a day. Wait a second
if that's the case then they should be way up there. Check there ranking out for yourself at alexa.com (an amazon company)
Go Figure who is the source for this story and what is the agenda.
For mibazaar.com it would be:http://www.alexa.com/data/details/traffic_details?q=&url=www.mibazaar.com
For other websites replace url parameter with the site name. Now tell me how is it possible for a "certain michigan indian website" to get 12000 unique visitors a day.
Should'nt the media research and cross check before putting anything in print.
Clearly someone does not want mibazaar
in the mix.