Search predictions come from:
– The terms you’re typing.
– What other people are searching for, including trending searches. Trending searches are popular stories in your area that change throughout the day. Trending searches aren’t related to your search history.
– Relevant searches you’ve done in the past (if you’re signed in to your Google Account and have Web & App Activity turned on).
Note: Search predictions aren’t the answer to your search, and they’re not statements by other people or Google about your search terms.
A website by the name of SourceFed produced a video that claimed that Google was intentionally manipulating search results to make Hillary Clinton look good, because it wasn’t showing results tied to her name that SourceFed insisted Google should be showing.
SEO Consultant Rhea Drysdale posted a response on Medium that shot holes in their argument. Rhea started off with:
SourceFed believes Google is manipulating search results in favor of Hillary Clinton, because “Hillary Clinton cri-” did not return “Hillary Clinton criminal charges” and “Hillary Clinton in-” did not return “Hillary Clinton indictment.”
I thought it was interesting that Google was just granted a new patent that describes one way they might be …read more