long is that virtually no one who would be concerned about this occurrence has done the research to not even notice, or notice to the extent of content creation to combat it. Why does Bing get it right and Google get it wrong? Of course, it is strange, disappointing and disheartening that in this search, Google did not get one of the good authoritative anti-denial sites that came in second and third. This is especially true since the oft-maligned Bing managed to do this and still does, showing Wikipedia's "
Holocaust denial" page first among outdated web listings: bing holocaust As my story last week explained, there is speculation that Google results are different fax number list because it rewards click behavior more. Simply put, if people doing this search click a lot on a particular page in the results, that could move the page higher in the rankings if Google works that way. With this particular research, most of them may already be doing it in a Holocaust
denial mindset. If they see a denial page in the listings, they may click on it more than on anti-denial pages. And with the click theory, that brings up the disapproval page. The problem with this theory is that Google was quick to say that the click does not directly affect its ranking like this. But it may be that some of the click behavior is indirectly exploited by Google's RankBrain machine learning system in a way that causes these and other results to move certain