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Google Search gets Personal

Posted by rjbiii on November 30, 2007

Google is adding functionality to its searches that will allow users some input into the ranking and and sorting of results:

Google has rolled out a new option in its Labs-based experimental search program which allows you to rank and re-order search results. The new experiment is reportedly showing up for select users only, but the help page says that the goal is to allow you to “influence your search experience by adding, moving, and removing search results.”

Those of us in EDD are always looking for ways to tweak searches to better fit them to our clients’ needs. It will be interesting to see how easily and effectively users are able to influence the accuracy of these searches, and how soon such technology makes it into review platforms and the like.

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