Search For Organics

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Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Dear Google and Bing Teams

Dear Google and Bing Teams,

I am writing to you to introduce a new technology that I believe could revolutionize the way we search for organic products on the internet. I call it Search for Organics (SFO) Technology.

SFO Technology is a simple but powerful tool that enables consumers to find certified organic products with ease. It involves adding the keyword "+organic" to search queries, which automatically prioritizes certified organic products in search results.

I have already implemented SFO Technology on my website, and it has proven to be highly effective in finding certified organic products. It has the potential to improve the online shopping experience for consumers looking to purchase organic products, while also supporting the growth of the organic industry.

I am reaching out to you with the hope that Google and Bing will consider embracing SFO Technology and potentially integrating it into your search engines. Doing so could have a significant impact on the online shopping experience and could help promote the growth of the organic industry.

Thank you for your consideration, and I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this innovative technology.

Sincerely,

Marie Landry

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