an effort to move a website to the top of search-engine results for a particular word or phrase, by creating a large number of links that contain this search text.
verb (used without object)
to engage in such an effort.
verb (used with object)
to make (a website, person, word, or phrase) a target of a Google bomb: His biography on the Web was Google-bombed with the search word “liar.”.
(informal) the practice of attempting to affect the ranking of websites provided by the Google website
Trademark. 1. a computer that is worn like eyeglasses, has a tiny display within the field of vision, responds to voice commands and eye movements, and has a touchpad at the side: She’s wearing Google Glass, and I think she just took your picture with it.
- Google wash
noun See Google bombing
/ˈɡuːɡəlˌwæk/ noun 1. a search of the internet, using the Google search engine and without using quote marks, for a combination of two legitimate words that yields only one result
noun the pastime of trying to find get a multiword search to retrieve only one search result on Google Usage Note googlewhack, v; googlewhack, n