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- -googlegoo is insignificant isn't it?
December 4, 2003, 3:48 am
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well.. i really don't see much significance of the -googlegoo... i do see
the difference between that and without... but i think the real issue here
is that -googlegoo is returning similar (if not identical in some cases)
results as the "allinanchor: keyword" method before...
-googlegoo ~ ( is about the same as) "allinanchor: keyword"
it doesn't really mean much from my perspective other than googles results
are now not quite as cut and dry as before... whereas before they were
nearly identical to the allinanchor...
so what does that prove?
Re: -googlegoo is insignificant isn't it?
just activates advanced search features (the same way many other
it is believed when any advanced feature is enabled portions of the
new algorithm do not occur
here is the part 2 to my google sells christmas article
it explains it a little
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