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Google Accidentally Reveals Internal SEO/SEM Metrics on Public Search Results

These are stale news items. There’s some chance they are fake. And I have no clue how to interpret them. But they certainly are interesting…

From Techcrunch back in October:
Google assigns dollar value to search results

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From SEL back in April:
Google Showing Ranking Scores On AdWords?

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From Search Engine Journal, same event:
Google Leaks Quality Score Variables (Pscore, mCPC and thresh) in Search Results

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    5 Responses to “Google Accidentally Reveals Internal SEO/SEM Metrics on Public Search Results”
    1. aaron wall says:

      From the TechCrunch one…Matt Cutts confirmed that was real in the update 2 section of this post
      blogoscoped.com/archive/2007-10-30-n87.html

    2. Lenen says:

      Pretty expensive click price for parachutisme: $37!

      I always like to see such a Google error myself, but unfortunately I haven’t seen one :(

    3. WOW, is anyone taking screenshots when this happens? Google tends to be on the ball with “accidents”. They think their algorithm is like a cocacola recipe and probably assigned a bunch of PHDs to fix it.

    4. Oops. I didn’t click the link yet;) So funny.

    5. Oh! Great to know this that means men can make mistake and google is not perfact. Anyhow it is intresting!