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As we enter into a new datacenter thread, the new(er)Goog-licious results are showing on
These results are also being fed to select partners, such as Comcast, who show Google provided results.
[edited by: tedster at 1:16 am (utc) on June 15, 2006]
By definition, judging serps by how you rank is nonsensical waste of time. By definition, serps only get better or worse, regardless of how you rank. So maybe we can keep the "I love/hate these serps because I rank better/worse" silliness out of the thread.
Does anyone know of any online research into search engine users thoughts about whether the serps seem more relavent these days or not?
All the Best
Myself and MLHmptn have been watching this set of results for months, which feels like an eternity so I'm quite excited at the moment.
I see the update on the following DCs:
To add to your list...
188.8.131.52 flip flopping
184.108.40.206 flip flopping
Also notice that McDar's doesn't show these DC's with the new results. Check them out manually though and you will see the new results on them as well.
And who said update anyway?! All I said was are we on the heels of an update?! Some decent movement on SERP's and it could surely be called the first BD update!
Also for whats its worth....DMOZ titles?! I'm not seeing them either.
For what I'm watching, they have turned the site wide filter knob way down so that those who have gone out and spend tons of mony on SW's are heaviliy rewarded.
Don't do it Google, those results suck and have fixed nothing!
I've seen these results before a few times and they always seem to go away.
I don't think they will be the final of whatever it is they are doing.
Just my $.02