Well, I suppose it was bound to happen sooner or later and it appears it is sooner. Over the next several months, Google will be implementing what they call ‘Universal Search’, a new way to search vertically for products or services you are interested in.What is the difference between our current searches and the new ‘Universal Search’? Well, first off you won’t see a list of websites matching your search criteria, you will now see a combination of websites, video blogs, traditional blogs, Podcasts, images, maps, etc. Basically, your search will now return anything that is properly tagged with keywords related to your search.The problem that I see with this method of displaying search results is that you will be subjected to things (blogs, video, Podcasts, etc.) that you don’t really care about. Suppose for a second that you are looking for Website Marketing services, you go to Google and type in Website Marketing, click search and voila, up comes the first 10 listings for your search. The problem now becomes apparent, you didn’t want to see home videos of some kid optimizing a website or listen to hours upon hours of Podcasts talking about optimizing websites. you definitely don’t… Read full this story
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