• http://www.weblogoogle.com/2007/01/15/google-runs-related-searches-tests-on-bottom-of-serps-2/ Thomas William Alden

    Hello. I’ve summarized some info about Google SERPs embedded with links to related searches; if you’re willing to take a look, I’ll really appreciate it.

    Is it possible that Google is showing links to related searches on pages involving a keyword “borrowed” from Google Zeitgeist or is this keyword taken from the daily American English vocabulary? What do you think?

  • http://www.startegy.net S0crates9

    I’va also tried and received results based on “art”, “music”, “tv” and “computer”. At first I thought these results were based on auctionable items, but it seems that these are very different and are similar as popular objects of ambiguity.

    For instance, computers can relate to laptops, desktops, industrial, history, products, etc. just as tv can be the product, shows, online tv, and more.

    Just my 2 cents.

  • http://blog.sli-systems.com ShaunRyan

    Related Searches are good for users. They help usres refine their queries and the net result is they’re more likely to find what they’re looking for. A nice side effect for Google is it also increases revenue. More discussion on this here