Google has a new “feature” or “function” or “f*ck you,” depending on your mindset. When searching using a multiple word term, sometimes the results will be delivered with one of the terms left out. You are informed of this by a “Tip” at the bottom of the results page that says “These results do not include the word (your word here) …”
1. “Let me type these three words in, and Google will serve the results I am looking for.”
2. “So far so good! Look how many hits I have for my three search words that I typed in and which are conveniently listed for me by my friends at Google”
3. “WTF!?! No wonder this S.E.R.P. was C.R.A.P. Google left out the middle search term, and informed me with a small “Tip” at the BOTTOM of the SERP, which contradicts the “Results” statement at the TOP of the SERP.”
Yes, the “Tip: These results do not include the word ” thing is a travesty. Is Google going the way of Microsoft with their “Vista” and their “Bing?” Or is there a something else going on here. Let me know what you think.