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    wow, the use of lsd and crack is coming in handy with google, they just keep coming up with the stuff.
    http://www.google.com/webhp?complete=1&hl=en

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    This will surely kill the traffic for people using less popular or misspelled keywords.

    Any thoughts?
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    People like normal Google, so zero affect since nobody but maybe affiliates and other people who make websites might use it.

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    Full Member ahmar's Avatar
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    Sure hope so. Only if Google doesnt turn that beta into default search option.
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    I played with it for... oooh.. 60 seconds before I got bored. Yeah, it's pretty clever. But honestly, as Trust says, people like plain and simple Google.
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    it is very likely that Google will put this feature to their default in future

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    I like it. It shows the number of pages for a particular phrase, so I can find better keywords without having to manually enter each one.

    But, I can't see it catching on with the masses.
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    Yahoo and Copernic have a new desktop search application. The yahoo one XI was developed by Bill Gross (Gross) of IdeaLabs. Look for some Adware/spyware hook getting into all these contextual Ad/SE companies desktop search offerings.
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    I suspect it would be very bad for their adwords revenue... the searchers would tend towards the top query that seemed to fit what they were looking for... net result is the popular queries get more popular and the less popular less so... == fewer competitive keywords/phrases that get real traffic.

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    Sounds both good and bad.
    Good- to mix things up a bit.
    Bad- all that hard work to optimize down the drain...well almost.
    Change can be and is good and I believe there is more to this than meets the eye.

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