How Can I Tell Google I Don't Like the Search Results?

Oct 20, 2006 • 7:19 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

You ever go to Google.com, conduct a search, and think, wow those results are bad. Or maybe there was just one result you didn't like? Or maybe, you feel that your competitor should not be in the top spot, but you should? :-)

A WebmasterWorld thread asks;

Is there anyway to "complain" about a result that I don't think is of benefit to searchers or is it a case of tough luck?

Well, yes, you can complain as tedster explains. Just scroll to the bottom of the results and click on "Dissatisfied? Help us improve."

So if you search on the keyword [google] at www.google.com and you don't like the results, you just click this and tell them why.

Now, does that suggestion go to a person or be sent to the trash can? I cannot answer that.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Matt Cutts

10/20/2006 06:21 pm

People with the right access rights can view that feedback.

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