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  • http://www.cutey.co.uk/ cutey

    I understand Wikipedia is great for some searches, but it appears for tones of transaction queries that it shouldn’t

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/DH2KQZ5UI3IVMOOO35DLKLYZHM Jim

    Didn’t Google try and compete with Wikipedia once upon a time? Can’t remember what the project was called though.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Angelyx James X Nelson

    knoll.  Google knoll; never really took off though; the terrible name and lack of promotion left it pretty much dead in the water.

  • http://twitter.com/stephen_treacey Stephen Treacey


  • http://searchmonkeys.us/ Karthik kumar

    Wikipedia has over 130 million pages (Amazon has lots more).. One of the top authority sites on the internet.. Gets clicked through a lot (so much that I wonder if single word informational queries could be navigational to Wikipedia, just kidding).. Why wouldn’t it rank for as many terms, then? But I think even the 34% (transactional figure) could be a bit subjective, essentially when a query like “headphones” is categorized as purely transactional.

  • http://www.microsourcing.com/ MicroSourcing

    Wikipedia has always been lauded for its internal links and web architecture, something that Google encourages when it comes to on-page optimization and web development. That could be one reason why Wikipedia’s pages rank so well in Google.

  • http://www.shiply.com/ Shiply

    Google’s favor of Wikipedia results has been the case for years and not just recently. The majority of search queries are informational which Wikipedia results serve perfectly. Even when the search term is considered commercial (e.g. insurance), not all of searchers search for it trying to find a service. 

    We should also not forget that Wikipedia is one of the most authoritative websites on the Internet. It’s much safer for Google to show results from Wikipedia than 99.9% of other websites. 

  • http://twitter.com/jamesspinosa James Spinosa

    Luckily when you search for “Google Knol” a wikipedia article describing this failed attempt comes up in slot #2.

    knol – A unit of knowledge.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knol

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    Taking Wikipedia out of the search result doesn’t have any benefits for Google.

  • http://memorybuilder101.com/ Azdee

    It seemed that Wikipedia suddenly was top ranked for just about everything so I was glad I found this post to confirm that it is. Don’t get me wrong – I love Wikipedia when I’m doing research and want facts and figures. But when do a search on, for example “memory foam”,  the first results is Wikipedia’s entry about it’s chemical composition. B-O-R-I-N-G. I think most people are looking for a mattress. The Penguin update seems to have taken user intent out of the equation and it’s become more literal, and thus less “smart”.

  • http://xtremeno.smart-reviews.com/ Xtremeno

    Wikipedia is an important source of information to user ends. There is no doubt about it.  This study is very interesting as it shows the way to see the algorithms of 2 search engines. Very interesting behavior we see here.

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