After what I've learnt in the past six months about how backlinks, aging, site authority etc effect how search engines display results I've found that I'm less likely to trust results (especially on the first page) when I do a search on anything.
Am I the only one?
Definitely makes me taking all what I see in SERPS with a grain of salt.
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