• TeacherPaul

    Google should definitely pull out the social aspect from search until they come close to getting it right. They are far from helpful, in many cases irritating.

    Let me give you a completely laughable example that happened to me last night. I’m looking for a new grass cutter. So I googled “grass cutter reviews”. At the top of the results, below the ads of course, was a few tweets thrown in there. The tweets were from two dudes that just finished cutting their grass in Arizona.

    What do I care about these guys cutting their grass? How is that in anyway relevant. Even if they were from my home town, I would creeped out by those results. I wish I at least had the option to at least not have those come up in my results. Maybe they are just testing it out, but don’t go mainstream until you have some success.