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The program, part of Google Labs, works like this:

This experiment lets you influence your search experience by adding, moving, and removing search results. When you search for the same keywords again, you’ll continue to see those changes. If you later want to revert your changes, you can undo any modifications you’ve made.
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from rotatedspectrum 3797 Days ago #
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great.I really hope they don’t bring this into the main search. My question, and I might have misread, is that if person ’A’ votes for a site wil is affect the results of person ’B’ for the same keywords?  If so then I am available for hire to vote on your website. Good times....

from AdamDorfman 3797 Days ago #
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Only shows if you are logged in but I’d be shocked if collecting the data for future use in their algorithms wasn’t a big reason for launching this. Equally interesting is the fact if somebody thumbsdown your site or removes it from their homepage they aren’t going to see it again. Yet another sign that site stickiness is becoming a major part of SEO...

from beanstalk 3797 Days ago #
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Agreed.This is covered in multiple Google patents.  It was only a matter of time.I’ll be interested to see how this evolves as personalized search becomes more evolved.

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