Monthly Archives: August 2010

Google Updates Live Search Results, While You Type 4

First SEO consultant “Rob Ousbey” and then “Alexia Tsotsis from TechCrunch” confirmed about “Live updates of Google search engine results pages while inputting characters. See the video here:

Google has confirmed to TechCrunch that the above video is in fact real.

Gabriel Stricker, a Google spokesperson said:

“At any given time we are running between 50-200 search experiments.”

Google uses the word “streaming” for this test, while others may call it instant search or incremental search.

If this would be the case then what about SEO’s? There will be so much trouble for SEO tactics. Continue Reading

Save Google Wave Project – 28000 Online Users are using Google Wave 24

Save Google Wave Project

Google Wave was not a popular product by Google like company’s other products. When Google announced that it would be closing down Wave, there was no huge impression by online users but who knows that many people were using it. You know, 28,000 people are supporting the Save Google Wave website.

Google has already stated that they:

Don’t plan to continue developing Wave as a standalone product, but they will maintain the site at least through the end of the year and extend the technology for use in other Google projects.

Teachers, filmmakers, students and even a theoretical physicist Continue Reading