13 Sep '18, 12pm

Google: Zero Search Results Was A Glitch

Back in March, Google tested showing zero search results with just the answer for specific queries for about ten days . Google was caught testing it again yesterday but Google said it was just a glitch and was not the zero results feature from back in March. Valentin Pletzer notified me of the test yesterday via Twitter . I should add that Valentin is super amazing at finding Google tests and is very rarely ever wrong. He said Google was testing showing zero results again and this time for the query [storm surge hurricane florence ]. He said he was able to reproduce it many times within that period of time and then it stopped working. He shared a screen shot as well: Here is what it looked like with search results below the answer information: Last time Google did this, the search community was not happy but back then it was just limited to time, conversions and calculatio...

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