All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Queries’
You may be a person that loves breasts or sex or foul language, but there’s a good bet you won’t find any of that on Google’s “What Do You Love” search engine experiment. Thanks to a list that’s making its way around the tubes. The list was created by Jamie Dubs of F.A.T. fame, and it features just about every …
Google recently announced 2 new improvements to Google Search. The first is an expanded list of related searches, and the second is the addition of longer search result descriptions.
The company says it’s deploying a new technology that better understands associations and concepts related to searches. Google explains:
Forty percent of all search queries are repeat queries from users trying to find information they have found before, according to a new study. But if there has been a change in search result rankings since the last time the query was entered, it significantly hinders the searcher from re-finding the information they seek.