I ran a cross a great post under the name “Wikipedia dominates organic results at Google” and feel that it’s poster Bob Garcia hits the nail on the head with it. There is a great list of words and phrases that Wikipedia is found as number one in Google’s SERP’s. And my question is exacly the same as Bob´s: How long will Google show Wikipedia the love they don’t seam to show anybody else? Good stuff Bob.
On this topic, I have also seen a huge rise in Wikipedia referrals and Wiki often passes the likes of MSN, Yahoo and ASK as a referrer of traffic. I have done some informal conversion studies with web analytics and they also indicated “a not so bad conversion rate”, no less than from the search engines. So there might be a twist to this all?