Google+ Pushing Further onto Search Results Page

March 23, 2012 § Leave a comment

3.22.12 Today, for the first time, I noticed Google+ integrating much deeper into the Google search experience. Backing up, the first level of integration included a small area above the search results pointing out connections with a search query to people or pages within an individual’s Google+. ┬áNothing too crazy, but a subtle reminder that the people or pages you follow might have some relevance to your search.

However, Google is now taking it the next level:

Google+ Integration with Search Results

In the image above (double click to enlarge if difficult to see), Google is bringing in results from all peoples and pages. Also, note the prominence of its location. It sits right next to the top 3 sponsored results and above the right hand column of sponsored ads. Furthermore, the Google+ results are much more visually compelling. What does this all mean? Here are a couple of thoughts: « Read the rest of this entry »


Subtle but Big Changes to Google – The Homepage of the Future?

August 15, 2011 § Leave a comment

August 15, 2011  I just noticed some pretty subtle, but I think significant changes to Google today. I was searching for Kodak Gallery and got the following:

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