What Words Doesn’t Google Instant Like?

  • September 29, 2010
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What Words Doesn’t Google Instant Like?

Yes, there are just some terms that Google Instant does not like. There are certain words that Google Instant has blacklisted. Some for good reason like adult terms, but others more questionable. Search for example “Google Is” the first term that comes up is “Google Is ISP.” Lower down on the list it reads, “Google Is Your Friend.” Nothing negative for the search term Google. Google is obviously censoring. Search Bing on Google instant and the first term reads, “Bing Is Not Google” and “Bing Is Terrible.” Obviously Google is censoring some non adult Google Instant results. If you head over to Bing.com search “Google Is” in the search box and the second term is, “Google Is Evil.” For a complete list of blacklisted Google Instant terms visit here http://www.2600.com/googleblacklist/

Bing exec: Google Instant may be fast, but Bing results are smarter

  • September 11, 2010
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Bing exec: Google Instant may be fast, but Bing results are smarter

In the USA Today article Bing exec, Stefan Weitz, talks about Google and Bing’s differentiating search philosophies.  Weitz says it’s not about giving you more links faster (Think Google) it’s about giving you the information you need to make a decision faster in a way that makes the most sense. Weitz goes on to comment on Google Instant. What surprised me in reading this article is that Google Instant was not a shock to Microsoft, rather it’s the scale of the role out that surprised Bing. Also, in the interview there is a tip of the hat to Long Zheng. Zheng is self described Australian Tech. geek that created a Bing Search tool that matches if not exceeds Google Instant. Check out the “Bing Instant” web site here and also check out the full interview at USA Today.

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