Google Fails To Find the Best Content


Despite Google having dozens if not hundreds of Ph.D. educated boffins working on their mysterious and precious algorithm they continue to make the most fundamental of mistakes in finding the best content on the internet which must be the basic requirement of a search engine.

I'll just give one simple example. The search term is:

"how many cats die a day"

God Bless Good 'Ole Google. It finds Wiki Answers:

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_cats_die_a_year_from_abuse

The above is the top search result. The answer is complete mumbo jumbo. The idiotic author says that "584 million a year" die from abuse alone.  That is more than the entire world population of domestic and feral cats so the figure is obviously ridiculous. If it were true there would be no domestic, stray and feral cats in the world after a few years.

My answer is not the finest but it is at least is based on a modicum of common sense and science:

http://pictures-of-catsorgblog.pictures-of-cats.org/2011/11/how-many-cats-die-day.html

It comes about halfway down the first page of search results. That is good but Google should not be putting it below Wiki Silly Answers. Wiki Answers is a joke of a website and Google promotes it.


Google Fails To Find the Best Content Google Fails To Find the Best Content Reviewed by Michael Broad on March 27, 2012 Rating: 5

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