Google search goes web 2.0!
Yes, I am as surprised as you are. Google is changing. The way we search is changing.
Google, through is SearchWiki introduces a way for the users to customize their search results by ranking, removing, and adding notes to them. In order to do that, users need to have a Google Account. But I guess that’s not a problem, isn’t it?
Now, the interesting part is that a user can see how other users have altered any given search results page with their own notes and changes. Click here to find out more.
Now, of course, you can affect only the search results associated with your account. You can’t “modify” the way Google generates the search results nor its algorithms.
But. And here is a BIG BUT. But, Google can use all this information. Google can use all its users’ feedback to enhance its search results. Google now introduces human interaction and feedback to refine it’s indexing algorithm. That’s something new!
Because, after all, search results are for people, not for bots.