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Google Introduces Search Wiki

by David Brooks | 27.11.2008
You may have started to notice some arrows appearing next to your search results in Google. This is called ‘Search Wiki’, which was recently released by Google. This is a new push from Google for Social Search. There had been some talk about it before, so to some it might be no surprise. This new feature on Google allows you to move rankings, delete rankings, add rankings and add comments to search results. Please note, you must be signed in to a Google account to see or use this. At the moment this only affects your rankings, so noone else will see your comments but it is possible to see other peoples notes. To do this you need to click the ‘See all notes for this SearchWiki.’ See below for a video from Google: