Often Google shows a Stack Exchange page first in search results (raise your hand if this is how you first discovered S.E.). Sometimes the interest inferred from the Google search terms is different from that of the original poster of the Stack Exchange question. Is it useful to address both in answers?
Granted, a better approach might be to write a new Stack Exchange page, tailored more toward the intent of the Google terms, and hope someday that appears high in the search engine results. But that would not at first (and may never) help the googlers.
Case: "gmail monospace" searches are plausibly from people sending gmail. Today (August 2015) it leads first to this question, about received gmail. I tried to answer both, though with a bias for the googlers.
- Add slightly wrong answer so google searchers find answer?
- I asked the wrong question and got the right answer. What now?
- As it currently stands, this summary is not a good fit for Google