In a recent article, regular trouble maker, Ben Cook, points out several changes to Google's advertising program, and asks whether or not this is really best for Google's users, like they claim, or rather, best for Google's stock price. Ben writes:
So I'm quite certain that it was for my own benefit that not one, but two Google AdWords
Sales Reps Advisers tried to sell me on Duda Mobile's mobile site services even though both sites in question are already sporting a responsive design.
What are your thoughts? Do you think Ben is right? Or has he gone off his rocker again? What are some other ways that Google's "improved user experience" has only served to benefit them?