Google Asking If You found What you are searching for,Will this affect rankings ??

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  1. Meloman

    Meloman Regular Member

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    I was listining to some Ariana Grande (She looks good) and I was wondering about her age so I searched her name, and this came up.

    http://screencast.com/t/YQZSOO6NLI


    Has anyone else seen this? Do you think this will affect ranking?
     
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    I doubt Google would do it for no reason...
     
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    It'll affect ranking but as always it'll go through a statistical filter. Only signals with wide and numerous sources will be considered, obviously.
     
  4. Meloman

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    So am I the only one this happened to.
     
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    No, you are not the only one.

    When signed in to a google account, it personalizes search with websites/terms that would seem most useful to you.

    Check PageRank in Incognito.
     
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    goosefrabah Regular Member

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    They will probably use the statistics from massive searches to tweak their results at some point.