Searching for Google?


So you think you found what you’re looking for using Google? Think again! Better still, search again using another search engine. It looks like Google may not be playing fair. It seems that Google is promoting a more limited set of results drawn from Google+ ahead of more relevant ones you would get from using Google’s organic search algorithm.

Food for thought when searching online.

As Rudyard Kipling said in his poem contained in his short story, The Elephant’s Child,

“I keep six honest serving-men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.” – Rudyard Kipling

It pays to approach search engines with the same inquisitive mind it seems.

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eLFY note: Google is standard issue for eLFs so this is not a Google rant but rather a call for integrity of information provided through search engines.
Source: Focus on the User. (2016). Retrieved 6 January, 2016, from
Image: Copyright Google

About The eLFonian

An observer of Cyberian culture and an avid student of life - its mysteries, its intricacies, its wonders, its creation and, its future.
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1 Response to Searching for Google?

  1. Pingback: Searching for Google? Part 2 | The eLFonian

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