The Map is a tool in which you can track the location of your favorite places on a map. Your map is displayed as your location with your favorite place labeled. You can also search for places on your map through the search bar.
It’s a great tool for helping you find places on your map. However, the Map can also be a great source of stress for your location finder. If you’re searching for a place by first finding an address on your map and then finding out it’s not actually real, it’s easy to go into the search bar and type in “flickr maps” and it will find any place you’ve searched.
This is because if you type flickr maps and it finds a place, it will find all the places that have the same name as your location. This can cause a lot of stress if you dont know what your location is called. Its one of those things that I think is a bit silly because it just adds to the stress of finding the location.
I love this because it can be a real pain to find the name of a place youve searched and that hasnt been on flickr maps for a while. This is because you have to type in flickr maps in the search bar. Then when you try typing in flickr maps on the search bar, you have to remember to type flickr maps again. That is the part I hate the best. I wish there was a short little wizard that would just take care of it.
Just like with any other search, you have to remember to type flickr maps when you are searching. I am sure there are ways around this, but I have not come across one yet. I have found that there are certain keywords that flickr maps will ignore. For example, flickr maps will not search for the term “flickr maps” when you type in: “flickr maps”.
I think flickr maps might not be aware of Google’s default search, but that is a different issue than flickr maps not noticing the word flickr. I don’t know anything about flickr maps, but the fact that I get a lot of flickr maps and no flickr maps searches, suggests that flickr maps may be ignoring the word flickr.
What this means is that flickr maps might be ignoring the word flickr, but the word flickr gets indexed by google. This means that if I search for flickr maps I would get search results with the word flickr even though I am searching for flickr maps.
Google doesn’t just index terms that we have previously indexed, that is how they work. The search phrase “flickr map” is indexed, so it is now considered a “phrase” and can’t be excluded. The reason for this is that if you search for “flickr”, google tries to identify the most relevant related phrases, so it doesn’t ignore the “flickr” phrase.
If you search for flickr map, you would get a list of places where flickr maps are shared, that is, the places that have been shared by users who have flickr maps. The reason for this is because flickr maps are shared and therefore become a part of common knowledge. The fact that I am not searching for flickr maps, but for flickr map maps means that the search phrase flickr map maps is not considered relevant to the search.
Google does try to provide some sort of ranking for results that are shared by users. This is why the top of the search results page for flickr map is not the first result found. This is also why flickr map maps are not ranked first. The reason being that Google takes into account how often people are sharing flickr maps. It does this because these flickr maps are shared by people who have other flickr maps, not by people who have nothing but flickr maps.