So Google decided to run what has been termed a "Bing Sting." "We created about 100 'synthetic queries' – queries that you would never expect a user to type, such as [hiybbprqag]," Singhal wrote on the official Google blog. "As a one-time experiment, for each synthetic query we inserted as Google’s top result a unique (real) webpage which had nothing to do with the query."
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Basically, what its saying is that rather than use their normal algorithm for determining what a search of "akdfthlhk" would bring up, they forced it to bring up a legitimate website (such as espn.com).
Then, if they typed the same thing into Bing and got the same result, it would be good evidence that Bing was copying google.
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