londrum - 1:19 pm on Jul 5, 2011 (gmt 0) [edited by: londrum at 1:28 pm (utc) on Jul 5, 2011]
Here is a really good example of how google is returning the same results for everything
Here are 3 well known figures, in totally different fields, who must have thousands and thousands of sites devoted to each. but google puts the exact same sites in the top 10 for each
Nobody can seriously argue that wikipedia, nobelprize and brainyquote have the best and most detailed info on those three figures, because they dont. The nobelprize site, especially, just has 1 pic and a short bio that is a few paragraphs long. and that's the 2nd best site on the entire web for that search? i dont think so.
Any yet google puts them at the top for each and every search.
You just get the same stuff returned for everything you do.
[edited by: londrum at 1:28 pm (utc) on Jul 5, 2011]