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Re: Search Wars Heat Up as Yahoo Drops Google
Posted by jpflaum on 2004-02-18 12:44:36
In reply to Keith Regan
It's great that Google is expanding its search-return capacity, but all of the major search engines, Google and Yahoo included, need to improve the "quality" of their search returns, not merely the quantity of their returns. Google, Yahoo and MSN shouldn't forget that bigger isn't always better, and that's especially true when it comes to Web searching. Jim Pflaum - Raleigh, NC




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Re: Search Wars Heat Up as Yahoo Drops Google  Keith Regan  2004-02-18 12:34:01
Re: Search Wars Heat Up as Yahoo Drops Google  jpflaum  2004-02-18 12:44:36
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When using a search engine, how often do you look beyond the first page of results?
Never -- There's always enough information on the first page to meet my needs.
Rarely -- There's usually enough on the first page, but sometimes I want to see more.
Occasionally -- If there are too many paid-for results, or if I don't find an answer on the first page.
Often -- Even if there's enough information on the first page, I like to know what else is available.
Always -- First page search results are rigged; I don't want to be limited to what an algorithm highlights.
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