aakk9999 - 8:11 pm on Sep 21, 2013 (gmt 0)
It is an interesting SERP. I am seeing 9 YouTube videos, one strip of images and one normal listing at the end that links to a photo gallery page.
I have also noted that the very first suggested entry in Google Search box as you type "dogs cats fu" is "dogs cats funny videos" so Google must be guessing this is what the searches are searching for even without the "video" in the search.
I would like us to be objective in this particular case and there are three questions I would like we discuss here:
1) What do you expect to see (or better, what do you think Google thinks an average visitor expects to see) in SERPs if a phrase "dogs cats funny" is searched for? Stories? Images? Videos? News stories? Informational type of site? Something else?
2) What kind of SERPs (do not name sites please, instead just types of site) would give an average user who typed this query better result?
3) If you think that this query indirectly implies videos - is the multiple YouTube results the right choice for a searcher? That is, would the average visitor be disappointed with this SERP as is?