- If a user likes certain link on search result page, then just click on to move the search result to the top of the page. This result will appear at the top (displaying marker ) whenever same search is made.
- If user does not like a search result, then he can just click on to remove it, and this will remain hidden whenever same search is made in the future.
- If user knows about a better webpage on the web, so just Click Add a result at the bottom of any search results page to add a page that is considered relevant to that search. Just mentioned the URL in the box, and then click Add. When a search is done in the in the future, the suggested page will appear at the top displaying marker .
- Last but not the least, Want if user needs to comment on a result. It is as easy as to click to open a text box and type in the comment. This comment will appear next time the user searches. Comments are a great way to save and recall any thoughts or notes about a particular page.
Note:All the rankings and comments are associated with the Google Account user is logged in, and hence they affect only that users search result rankings. A listing of all the changes is visible on 'SearchWiki notes' page, which is visible only to the user who has logged into the account.
Watch the video: Here is a demonstration to see SearchWiki in action:
- If you'd like to return a result you've promoted to its original position, click the down arrow next to the result.
- If you want to restore a deleted page to your search results, click the Show them link at the bottom of the results page (next to 'You have removed results from this page'), then click Restore.
- To delete a comment you've made, click the Delete comment link.
- Finally, if you added a new page to a set of search results, you can remove it by clicking the next to it.