Google's "I'm Feeling Lucky" Button To Be Renamed "Wikipeda Result" Button - Joke

Feb 13, 2007 • 7:26 am | comments (7) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization

I found a thread at DigitalPoint Forums that made me smile.

Remember all out coverage over the past years on how well Google treats the Wikipedia in the search results? If not, here is a quick summary:

Well, check out this guy's funny mock up.

Google Mock with Wikipeda - Joke

He replaced the "I'm Feeling Lucky" button, with "Take Me to Wikipedia" because the I am feeling lucky button takes you directly to the first Google result. Enough said.

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums.

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SearcH EngineS WeB

02/13/2007 12:58 pm

This is basically the same google fortune that AMAZON had been enjoying for several years - until recently. From the very day they began using SE friendly URLs and Titles, their SERPs dominated Google for three years.

Alan Patrick

02/13/2007 09:45 pm

Hi Barry, glad you liked my joke... Dave E at DP pointed out that you used it. You know, I'd really appreciate a link to my site above (using the anchor text "Buenos Aires") in return :) Pleeeeeaaaaassseeee... I know it is not a relevant link, but it would help me out a little all the same! You can PM me (BuenosAires) at DP if you want to confirm that this is me that posted the DP thread, and not just an imposter looking for a link.... I am just a chancer looking for a link instead!

Barry Schwartz

02/13/2007 09:48 pm

I can't do that. I can link to a blog post you have on it? Do you have one? Sorry Alan, but as you said, "not a relevant link."

Alan Patrick

02/13/2007 09:51 pm

No worries Barry... you are right, it's not relevant... and I wouldn't write a post about it on any of my blogs because it wouldn't fit with their niches. Thanks all the same for appreciating a good joke :)

Barry Schwartz

02/13/2007 09:55 pm

Great picture - good stuff... made me laugh.


02/17/2007 08:58 am

You might like to use . You can get rid of all that annoying wikipedia results :)

Rana Poid

02/25/2007 07:33 pm

Wikipedia is frikken excellent, non biased information about practically everything. So shut up and go away

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