|Using Google: do you use "Pages from the UK" or "Web"?|
| 5:53 am on Feb 10, 2009 (gmt 0)|
hi, everybody, i wanted to prove there are high percent of people do some repeated searches in UK.
could you do me a favor to give me some suggestions for doing a vote test about that?
Question is : when you use google.co.uk searches on line, will you first search it in " the web" and after that you search this same words it in "pages from the UK "?
A. no, never, I always directly use the searches in "pages from the uk"
B. no, never, i always directly use the searches in"the web"
C. yes, but very little
D. yes, Sometime
E. yes, very ofter
F. yes, almost every time.
[edited by: encyclo at 2:00 am (utc) on Feb. 11, 2009]
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| 10:37 am on Feb 10, 2009 (gmt 0)|
Not valid choices for me.
If I am searching for something UK related then I ALWAYS select the UK option
If I am searching for something international, for example to check some css syntax, then I ALWAYS use the web option
| 11:42 am on Feb 10, 2009 (gmt 0)|
Tough question, I change between the two all the time and some times forget to check the right one and then I end up wonder where on earth they get these results from at times ;)
| 1:27 am on Feb 11, 2009 (gmt 0)|
<admin note: this and the above messages were split from this earlier thread [webmasterworld.com]>
In the previous thread there was a lot of debate as to why statistics tend to suggest that internet users in the UK are carrying out more searches per person. I think it is a safe bet that our own searching habits have indeed got a lot to do with this.
For example do you find yourself using Google to locate a service, then realise you are searching the web, then check the "UK sites" checkbox and start your search all over again?
Give us some info on your search habits and how you use the UK/Web selection boxes.
[edited by: encyclo at 2:03 am (utc) on Feb. 11, 2009]