MrSavage - 11:07 pm on Nov 5, 2011 (gmt 0)
I do wonder if a "clicking this +1 button will alter your search results" type of disclaimer would be appropriate. Wouldn't happen, but at the same time does anyone, non power user say, realize that their clicking of +1 of a site or sites in a given niche is going to affect their future search results? I'll be totally honest, this is something completely new to me.
I should also add that I have since tested on other IP's, browser, etc, just to confirm that simply logging into my Google account triggers my pandalized site to show up on page 1 where it used to be. Additionaly, my web history is paused and always has been.
Straight up, I'm in a bit of disbelief over this. I would like to think the search manipulation will be dialed down, but who knows. I mean imagine my excitement to think that I was back in business, right where I left of pre panda. I mean it was strange. On some of my keyword phrases, my site was like stuck on the bottom of page 1. It was like a cooked result. It was a lot of queries, stuck in that same position. So I guess we could say, that +1 will cook your Google results? Seems that way to me.