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Old 07-05-2012, 05:28 AM   #11
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Let's see, I went to Google, clicked on the shopping tabbed, typed firearms for sale - got nothing. Then, I typed Beretta 92FS, and got multiple hits.

Basically, with the shopping tab (as with many tabs on Google) you have to be specific.

So, where's the problem? It's a simple keyword search, as opposed to general searches.
I type in "Ar-15" and get nothing and then "AR-15 upper" and still get nothing and then "AR-15 mags" and get a bunch of hits.
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I type in "Ar-15" and get nothing and then "AR-15 upper" and still get nothing and then "AR-15 mags" and get a bunch of hits.
try adding "receiver", I just did and got a bunch of hits.

And, I'm on my work computer, that has stupid controls out the butt...
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Just tried it, typed in AR15 and got 147,000 results...

http://www.google.com/search?q=ar15&hl=en&gbv=2&um=1&tbo=u&tbm=shop&tab=wf&gs_l=serp.12..0l10.15038.27872.0.28495.21.13.1.3.4.4.161.1008.8j3.13.0...0.0.z86Yn3hoymU&oq=ar15

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It's all about servers. For example, i click your link and get nothing.
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It's all about servers. For example, i click your link and get nothing.
Huh, that sucks. Heres a screenshot.
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The only difference I notice is the location? I Wonder if the location is working too well? lol But there is a huge gun shop 5 minutes from here but maybe they are not registered with google or something.

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Maybe this will help explain things...

http://googlecommerce.blogspot.com/2012/05/building-better-shopping-experience.html

Seems that they are going to be going away from item searches, to more of an advertisement from sellers.

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Maybe this will help explain things...

http://googlecommerce.blogspot.com/2012/05/building-better-shopping-experience.html

Seems that they are going to be going away from item searches, to more of an advertisement from sellers.
So, someone searched for guns and got no results, passed on the info, where some other people got no results, and started a panic...sound about right?
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So, someone searched for guns and got no results, passed on the info, where some other people got no results, and started a panic...sound about right?
Pretty much, yeah.

Typical knee-jerk reactions that those on the left pull... then the truth is shown, and ignored.
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Here's a letter from Google to a Merchant about this very issue.
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