Google’s Realtime Search Results

August 27  |  News  |   Ryan Clark

If you haven’t heard, Google has dropped its realtime results page for you to play with. This should set off alarm bells about real time marketing if they haven’t been going off. While it currently shows mostly Twitter updates, I have seen the odd Facebook updates which makes we wonder what else is going to start showing up in here. I imagine this Google feature will lead to all sorts of fun and free statistics and trend updates for us to use in our marketing efforts. From a user perspective, I really like how you can use geographic specifications to find updates near you and local news. I urge you to get familiar with the features and keep your eye out for what’s new on Google Realtime Search.


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2 Responses to Google’s Realtime Search Results

  1. Religion is the difference between what you understand and what you need to understand to feel confortable as an ape decentent living in this vast and amazing universe.

  2. Internet is too slow to load that video but is realtime search different from regular Google? Because I don't think I'd want to search for something on the internet only to have the latest instead of the most relevant results come up.

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