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Google SERPS look much different since the integration of Google+. Not only are the posts of people you follow included in the SERPS, but your Google+ posts are included as well. I see the value of having websites you +1 show up for certain keyword search terms. However, for a post that I wrote about “SEO” 38 minutes ago to show up as the #2 result is not beneficial to me.
I feel that most users are looking to Google to provide useful and relevant information other than the content produced by themselves. Below is a screen capture and perfect example of how a post that I wrote about SEO is diluting the SERPS. These are not the SERPS I am actually interested in. Sure it’s great to see your posts every once in a while. However, I am constantly logged into Google and the SERPS should answer my search query with information other than my own. Please feel free to continue the conversation on my Google+ profile. David LaPlante+
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