Andy Beard explains in a tongue-and-cheek analogy something he calls Pseudo Site Search, a site search for mortals who haven't fully mastered Google query syntax, but shows intent to retrieve
information from a specific resource. It turns out a Google spokesperson confirmed that the search results discussed in Beard's post are part of a ranking/user interface change related to domain-based
intent. Beard provides several examples and explains how it influences searches.
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