WikiPedia breaking the SERPs

I can’t help but agree with Michael Gray on WikiPedia if I see stuff like this: http://www.google.nl/search?q=merchandising&pws=0&hl=nl. That’s 5 results out of 10 for Wikipedia… Come on Google, fix it!

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8 Responses

  1. Richard HearneBy Richard Hearne on 24 August, 2007

    Why are they presenting French and Spanish results for a search on .nl? Now that’s really broken.

    Never realised you guys get special treatment with ‘pagina’s uit Nederland’. Us Irish are second class searchers obviously…

    Rgds
    Richard

  2. SintBy Sint on 25 August, 2007

    Looks like it’s bee fixed now. Joost, Google must be a very fanatic reader of your weblog ;-)

  3. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 25 August, 2007

    Hmm not for me… So don’t think so :)

  4. seonotesBy seonotes on 25 August, 2007

    It’s really a pain seeing a list like this. Google has to prevent such occurrences to be more frequent (at the least).

  5. WiepBy Wiep on 26 August, 2007

    In this case it’s not only the fact that Wikipedia is ruling the SERPs, but, just like Richard mentioned, Wikipedia is ruling the SERPs with pages in 5 different languages.

  6. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 26 August, 2007

    Yup, and it doesn’t happen in French or German…

  7. WebdesignBy Webdesign on 5 September, 2007

    kind cool for wikipedia :) they did a cool job on seo haha

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