Ahh the Google. That massive search engine that fields 100 billion queries per month still manages to get stumped by you. Yes, you. In fact it gets stumped by a brand new question 500 million times a day.
Of course Google doesn’t like to admit that it has no idea what you’re talking about when you type something into it’s search box.
Therefore it searches for data on 20 billion websites every single day in order to up the chances it will be able to bring you relevant information faster than you can blink, no matter what your query happens to be.
When Google is off target, what do you do? You rephrase your question in attempt to get better results.
In other words, you know when you’re in class, for example, and the teacher asks you a question and you don’t exactly know what she’s talking about? What do you always do- you quickly scour your brain for any relevant information that may sort of answer her question. Sometimes you hit the nail on the head, and other times you’re totally off and the teacher rephrases the question.
That, in essence, is the user-Google experience. Google is there to supply you with the right answers, so you don’t have to go bugging other people with your questions.