I do think it will change search results-- and that google will actually be getting more extraneous searches by some folks who see interesting things as they type.
And I also think that this will take a few weeks/months for people to notice-- and USE.
Even if FB did provide such a service, and say the term came up on someone's wall and you got an alert, you would either a.) not be able to see the post, or b.) not be able to interact with it.
oops. soory for the confusion.
I was talking about the thread I created for the case study of a real customer I had. I did not want to tell everybody in the public forum what his real keywords were, so I used 'dancing shoes' as an example of that case.
So, for this customer, the singular expression is the 'correct' solution for him. Makes sense?
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Found this today and thought it was worth updating this thread...
See all 15 here: The 15 Greatest Google Autocomplete Fails
OMG, that one made me laugh out loud!
And the link-- scary stuff!
People can use google instant as a sociology tool!
I call bullshit.
I don't see any difference in my G referral traffic.
Oh, and isn't it called Search Engine Optimization for a reason?... there's always something to optimize.
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