taberstruths - 8:53 pm on Jan 13, 2013 (gmt 0)
@TMS I was not casting aspersions on your site or it's quality. My comment was that if a page,had no visitors, no traffic and had never been visited by Chrome users, then it probably is either not indexed or not relevant to a quantifiable search term. It had nothing to do with site metrics, but page metrics.
Now let me try to explain what I am trying to get at about the lack of need for Chrome to be universal to be used as a data set for ranking.
Every 4 years we go through an obnoxious election cycle. A whole industry of analysts are employed called pollsters who project who is leading, who will be elected ect. They do these projections based on a small set of data points taken from a small group of people. They are usually pretty correct in their projections based on a small set of samples taken.
Thus Chrome can be a small set of samples that Google uses to project what people will want within a margin of error that most people would find acceptable.