This comes up every now and then but you rarely see it discussed at WebmasterWorld. A search result that leads to very few or a single search result.
A search for [bbc football] in Google UK simply returns one web page result, and it is from bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football. It is then followed by two universal results, including a video result from BBC and a news result from BBC. It is interesting to see something like this, here is a picture:
WebmasterWorld administrator, Tedster, said "Seems to me that Google feels the user intention for this query is VERY strongly oriented toward the BBC's coverage of football. I think it makes sense, taken in that context."
Do you really think this is done on purpose or maybe this is a weird Google bug.
I can see the rational for both, but I really doubt Google will limit their ten search results on a page to one or three on purpose.
Is this a bug or a feature?
Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.
Image credit to Cross The Breeze.
Notice: I am pretty sure the comments below are not from Matt Cutts and are fake.