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My personal opinion is users who are switching to Bing are ones who've seen their website drop in rankings.
I mean is there really that much competition from people selling apples on the Internet?
therefore personalised, set of results
[edited by: blend27 at 3:28 pm (utc) on Aug 12, 2010]
has Google so scared they changed the look of their site for the first time and it exactly mirrors Bings look
Your examples is wrong as well.
apples is plural noun for apple.
apple's is possessive noun for apple.
That means apple's refers to something that belongs to apple.
Google search results are plain horrible of late, getting worse?
[edited by: BillyS at 3:25 pm (utc) on Aug 12, 2010]
And in my opinion, People who don't like Bing are the ones who can't get their sites to show up in it ;)
Why does it automagicaly has to be about selling apples?
Google on the other hand, believes the user is an idiot
But what If you were at college and had to research information about "how to grow apples" and ended your failing you report cause you were constanly destructed by 15% off on iGaget battetry sale when you needed to do your research? ++ sale on car insurance...
Is it only WebWalla and me who have noticed that the screenshot is from a signed in, therefore personalised, set of results. Perhaps Sgt Kickaxe is an Apple fan.
Wonder what types of query terms trigger that - things that are just too generic, or things that are members of a larger class?
This is the example you are using to discredit Google? A working example of perfectly mixed and acceptable results?
[edited by: Sgt_Kickaxe at 12:14 am (utc) on Aug 13, 2010]