Just a little fun today, I recently did a search for ‘doc adams baseball’ on three major search engines over the span of a ‘week’, a ‘month’, and ‘all time’ and thought I’d share the interesting results.
For the period of the last week, both DuckDuckGo and Bing came up with some good Doc content. Google came up empty.
Over the span of the last month, both DuckDuckGo and Bing performed very well and Google got in the mix, rating DocAdamsBaseBall.org as #1.
When it came to ‘all time’, all 3 search engines did well. In fact, DocAdamsBaseBall.org ranked #1 by both Google and DuckDuckGo and Bing had Wikipedia as #1 and Doc’s Bio as #2.
I did find a couple of intriguing things in Bing’s and Google’s summary boxes
Doc Adams is a famous person who is best known as a Celebrity.
He is a member of famous Celebrity list.
Doc Adams is 1 of the celebs with the age 84 years (age at death) old.Bing Search Results For “daniel doc adams”
Additionally, the choice of photographs is a bit puzzling.
The thought-provoking thing about the Google box is the ‘People also search for Babe Ruth, Mark McGwire, Honus Wagner, and Albert Goodwill Spalding. No “Alexander Cartwright” or “Abner Doubleday”… like I said, very interesting.
Well, clearly for recent activity searches, my go-to search engine is now DuckDuckGo! Bing comes in second, with Big Brother’s Google and its slanted algorithms not so good except as an ‘all time’ alternative.
The real story here is that this is confirmation that we are continuing to get the Doc Adams’ story out. So, the next time Doc is on a ballot it is more likely that an elector will do research on DocAdamsBaseBall.org rather than just Wikopedia (although at least Wikopedia has been updated).
Anyway, I also tried “danial doc adams” and “doc adams” and got similar results.
Thanks for resding our posts and keeping us high in the search results.