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  1. Google's Search Quality Meeting Video: Where's the Beef?

    The focus of this meeting, led by Amit Singhal, was on misspellings and how to improve spelling corrections for long queries. Google has released an "uncut" 8-minute video of a search quality meeting to show the process of how Google improves its...

  2. Panda, Google's High Quality Sites Algorithm, Officially Adopts User Feedback As Search Signal

    In an interview with Wired, Matt Cutts and Amit Singhal, leaders in Google's search quality team, discussed the fact that surveys were conducted with outside testers to find out what their users considered to be a low quality site.

  3. Really Google? Penalizing Good Sites To Get Some Bad Ones

    Google Fellow Amit Singhal told Wired "no algorithm is 100 percent accurate. The results are in and more than the handful of "low-quality sites" have been swept from Google's search rankings. How that is meant to improve the quality of search is...

  4. Who is Behind the Successful PR Campaign Poking Holes in Google's Search Quality?

    Amit Singhal, Google Fellow, announced on the Official Google Blog that Google had developed an algorithmic solution which detected DecorMyEyes "along with hundreds of other merchants that, in our opinion, provide an extremely poor user experience.

  5. Google Fights Claims of Bias in Instant, Local Search

    Yesterday, Amit Singhal, Google Fellow and head of the company's search quality, ranking, and algorithm team, denied another common allegation: that Google Instant favors big brands. Singhal also said that "what we do at Google and what we've done...

  6. Google Shares Three Ranking Philosophies

    Writing on the Official Google blog, Amit Singhal, a Google Fellow on the Core Ranking Team, defines Google ranking: Singhal says that the team strives for simplicity in their architecture, something that Twitter has been struggling with lately.