Google using user input to improve results, again!
This time it's with Google Translate. Users can suggest a better way for a sentence to be translated if Google's automatic translation looks dodgy.
Nice move, Google!
We remember not too long ago Google started relying on user input - that is clieck through rates and bounce rates - to determine relevancy in their paid and organic search results. This is smart, as there's no better way to gain / increase loyalty and improve one's own products for free!
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