Jun1809Jun 18, 09
It's been over 5 months since I launched Shutterborg, and the free word processor is getting some great traffic from all of the major search engines. Since the launch, I've been quietly developing Shutterborg Pro, which will be available soon to make Shutterborg a freemium service.
With that in mind, I am confused about Google's search suggestions being a little slow to notice trends. If you do a Google Search for "Shutterborg", you will see the entire first page of results is filled with articles and blog posts about the service. These are all perfectly relevant, but the suggestion would indicated otherwise - asking if one meant to search for "Shutterbug". I think there are a number of cases where the suggestions are useful, particularly for correcting spelling errors, but this is one situation where the suggestion is not terribly relevant.
There is something missing from the suggestion tool that needs to be added in order for it to be truly useful. A simple "No" link beside the suggested phrase, which would provide the ability to crowd-source which suggestions were useful and which were just a nuisance.
Of course, there will always be the helpful results that aren't related to spelling - when searching for "the worst band in the world", Google knows you were referring to the band Creed: