Almost no show tonight had a blazing headache but I have a pile of content for you today and of course we talk about the Vista launch.
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Customized Search and a lot more cool things to come when we get this integrated into our site. This took me 5 minutes to create and should make you think a little about what Google has released here.
This search box will only search the data that is on Blubrry.com, PodcasterNews.com and PodcastPromos.com
It seems like the phone will not quit ringing and when I finally get a chance to look at what has happened in tech in the past 18 hours I about flip out when I see this new service Google has launched.
This new service allows you to include the sites you want included in searches (Awesome) you can place a search result box and search results on your website. It can be branded to look like your own site. And you can make money with revelant ads in your search results.
This thing is gonna change the dynamics of search in a big way. [Google Co-op]
Tired of clicking on a Google Search Results well now you can just call the person that you have found in the search results and talk to a warm body about their service or product. I am not sure I want my phone ringing at 3am from someone complaining about a point of view I have on the website but it is a interesting concept, that I am sure many companies will take advantage of.
And you thought Google Talk was just for calling your friends for free. [Google Click to Call]
The day that companies like technorati, pubsub and feedster feared more than anything is here lets call it “G Day“. Personally I think those companies are now dead meat. I just created a huge number of search terms, and added them to my news aggreator, and I will know in several days how well it works. [google.com/blogsearch]
I have not really been watching my raw log files for blog specific search engines, at least not until today when I found and article about a new blog that had not yet been discovered by the big search engines and was able to look at the traffic for a couple of days before getting slammed by the big boys.
I was aware of most of these sites but had not paid much attention to them, I think though it is time for a closer look. [Labnotes]
These are the Blog only specific search engines that have been crawling the Labnotes website feedster, icerocket, blo.gs, syndic8, blogpulse, blogslive, topicblogs, and omni-explorer.