backdraft7 - 1:16 pm on Aug 27, 2012 (gmt 0)
@zivush & whatson - Z first: Yes, that will work but also includes some level of repetition. For each step you'll have to reuse some of your key phrases. Not to the point of being ridiculous or irritating of course, but as MC has indicated with his hand drawing a curve in the air, about three times might trigger the algo to start shutting you down.
W - Really? You must work for Google. I'd hate to see your sales figures, unless of course you are selling something very, VERY simple, like sand or marbles, which in that case you could probably get away with it. I can't see that approach working for anything more complex. Imaging if you bought a TV, laptop, appliance or car that way.
In short, some products require more information than others to convince buyers to buy. Throwing a vanilla algo at every site won't work. The algo would need to know the product first, then decide where to go from there. That would require quite a bit of AI and subsequent learning. I can see G trying to do this, but not getting it right for many iterations.