Mike Grehan noticed an interesting option at the bottom of a search results page: “Know a better page for [your query]? Suggest one!”. After you add a page, it will appear at the top of search results for that query. Obviously, only for you.
“Yes, you get to input the URL of a favourite page on the query subject, click the button and, of course, you’re taken to your Google account to log in to your personalized search.”
This might be an interesting way of bookmarking web pages: associating a query with one or more pages. Google already personalizes the results by looking at your search history and your bookmarks. Maybe Google will also use this data to improve the quality of the search results.
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