What would a weekend be without a few naysayers and wannabees proselytizing their opines on www? (That’s weekend wild web, but the way.) At least the developers have been busy rooting around Google Chrome. For now, it looks like the online media buzz saw has run through Google Instant … until tomorrow.
11 Sept 2010
Google Instant integration lands in Chrome Canary
Just announced on Tuesday, Google Instant has already been integrated into Google Chrome’s Omnibar (though only in the Canary build for now). [ . . . ]
8 Google Instant Tips
Google Instant could be a revolution in Internet navigation. Or it could the 21st Century’s Microsoft Clippy. Either way, it’s fun to play with. Read on to find out how to get more from the latest from the wizards of Mountain View. [ . . . ]
Why is Google so condescending?
Google’s Gabriel Stricker, director of Global Communications and Public Affairs, opened the Google Instant launch this week. And he was incredibly condescending to the audience. [ . . . ]
Will Google’s Candy Cause Cavities or More Sweet Tooths?
This last week, Google released some of its own candy as well. No, they aren’t jumping into the sugar business. Their new product is more along the lines of eye candy. Google Instant is probably one of the most significant changes Google has made to its user interface since launching. [ . . . ]
12 September 2010
Google Instant Pressures Bing, Yahoo
Google Instant could give Microsoft Bing and Yahoo trouble in the search engine market because it accelerates time to search results. This means more searches and possibly more search ad clicks for Google. [ . . . ]
Test Link Ads are Back!
But it seems that with the new Google algorithm’s being rolled out in the last few weeks that Text-Link-Ads.com is now back in the search results for both domains including the Textlinksads.com and using Google Instant, it’s actually recommending you should check it out as it offers it as the primary instant result. [ . . . ]
Google Instant will not affect SEO
Google Instant returns refined search entries for each and every letter typed in the Google search engine. For instance, typing “fl” would prompt a search suggestion for “Flickr.” [ . . . ]
Google Instant Serving Up Instant Trash For The Kids
Ok, been saving my comments about Google Instant, but got a SERP “instant” result today that was to good to keep to myself. I missed the Sundevils game last night, so I wanted to check out the score this morning. I go to Google and start typing in …. well, see for yourself. [ . . . ]
And beyond …
Is Instant a distraction from Google’s flaws?
Is Google Instant really little more than a convenient distraction that masks Google’s flaws? Some are essentially arguing just that. [ . . . ]
The Five Words You Can Never Suggest On Google Instant
Like it or not, lots of people search for nude celebrities on Google. But with Google’s new Google Instant Search, those inclined to seek celebs in the buff have to figure out their queries without any help from Google. [ . . . ]
7 Reasons Why Google Instant Makes SEO Dead-on Relevant
Steve Rubel honed in on the question on everyone’s lips, “how does Google Instant effect SEO?”SEW explains [ . . . ]