martinibuster - 2:16 pm on Nov 14, 2012 (gmt 0)
Google is no longer a search engine. It's a knowledge engine. (There's a post by Ted about that around here but couldn't find it to link to it.) It's no longer about the ten links, hasn't for awhile. It's not about superlistings either. Google is moving toward finding knowledge based content. Particularly for short phrases up to three words, there are more and more SERPs that have PDF files in them, .edu sites, dot gov sites. Think about how that relates to knowledge and what Google is trying to do.
I'm not saying 16 videos in a row is right, that's weird. But it's also an opportunity for gaining insight because glitches are like a crack in a wall allowing a glimpse of what's underneath, if just a glimpse.