enigma1 - 4:49 pm on Dec 1, 2011 (gmt 0)
there was no satisfactory answer with the word dermatologist in it.
Come again? then why there is with this query?
33458 "dermatologist" sunday hours
which is identical apart of the double quotes surrounding the critical keyword and tells the spider "I want the results to contain this exact word".
Ok, what google should do to help the average joe who performs simple searches is to display what really searched for. In other words a short description, the same way when you misspell a word, it brings up the search criteria used and gives an option to search again for the exact "incorrect" keywords. Because what is doing right now - by default - is neither efficient nor accurate.
As of the conspiracies outcome it was expected, although some may understand the sponsors section vs the normal results, they may still think that is exactly the same mix of code/storage that's responsible for it because of the results they see.