Wikipedia Results at Top of Google SERPs?

Dec 21, 2005 - 8:42 am 0 by

Oilman blogged an entry he named Googlepedia, where he shows how when you do informational searches, Google serves up OneBox results from the Wikipedia. Yesterday, I tried to get the wiki results but I could not. Today, I see them! I did a search on driving information and I see it, and so do others! Same with typing information or swimming informaiton and so on.


This adds an other method for wiki spammers to vertically creep into the Google SERPs. So please do take advantage of it. ;)

I posted a thread and a poll asking if this is a good or bad thing at Search Engine Roundtable Forums.


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