---- Bing Adds Facebook 'Friend Effect' With Collective IQ To Search
Staffa - 9:52 am on May 18, 2011 (gmt 0)
MS - we know the best decisions are not just fueled by facts, they require the opinions and recommendations of your friends
Wrong, only by knowing all the facts can one make an informed decision and therefore other opinions and recommendations become irrelevant.
Why would I want a fb account in the first place?, ... To be a successful webmaster you need to roll with the trends, regardless of your personal feelings
Unbelievable. While many here are still reeling fron the disaster of slavishly following the whims of the behemoth they themselves created one is already advocating to start the same mistake all over again.
Whatever battle G and B have to fight, it's their battle not ours unless one is willing to take some of the blows handed out when the dust settles and we can then look forward to read a string of Banda threads.
This will not improve the quality of content on the internet. This is going to kill it.
Absolutely. By playing to the massee - for financial gain - search results on the big 3 have become so poor that finding good quality content is near impossible though with the millions of available web sites has to be out there somewhere. If they are now going to add the opinion of the masses to rank sites, as internet users, we may as well call it quits.