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Tuesday, September 27, 2005

 
Very interesting experiment covered inThe Power of Default Values (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox) which shows that when a group of searchers ran a search 42% of them would automatically click the first result. Even when the #1 and #2 results were swopped over, 34% still clicked on the top result. It's an experiment worth reading about.

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