diberry - 5:52 pm on Jun 19, 2012 (gmt 0)
That makes sense too, but I think an algo that tells Google to give people 29 Amazon results in a row is an algo that needs some work. Maybe they need to add a tweak for sites that have a huge reputation - call it the "we get it already!" factor. ;)
And I'm saying that as a searcher. It feels like going to the grocery store, and they only carry one brand of cake mix in three different flavors. Sure, I get that it's the most popular brand and these are the most popular flavors, but I want some variety. Now, the grocery store has an excuse: they can only stock so many of these physical items for people to take off the shelves. But the average searcher probably thinks Google is able to carefully parse every website out there. If all they return is three flavors of one brand, repeated over and over, it's really extremely irritating.