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According to Frederick Savoye, general manager of Microsoft's search engine, "Americans make 16 billion online searches a month. That number is way higher than it needs to be." The problem: People aren't very good at telling Google, Bing, and Yahoo what they want. Only a quarter of searches are really well worded, Mr. Savoye says. And, unhappy with their initial results, Bing users wind up refining their queries 50 percent of the time.
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from Pradeep 2754 Days ago #
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Even most savvy internet users often tend to use multiple words while searching on search engines. The reason for this is, they(anybody) first think as humans and will behave the same. Though Google said some years before that prepositions doesn't count in their searches, we behave as how we feel comfortable. Even though the report by Savoye is to bring out certain things into light, search engines are more trying to bring out results as per human tendency only. The best example is what we see in Google's suggest with prepositions included in them!

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