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For example, a large number of Facebook shares probably means that a page is interesting to a lot of people, which often carry other signals of quality, relevance, popularity, and importance which Google might be measuring in lots of different ways. If we built a truly great algorithm for topic modeling, we might find a much better correlation with ranking performance. I think the next big step in search engine correlation analysis is to monitor changes over time, to see the relative increases or decreases that may occur.
This has certainly been fascinating to watch in the Mozcast data.