Google Buzz. What’s that? Normally, one would associate Google Buzz with some news item about Google, but in this case Google Buzz is a new social media application that will work your Gmail account and other social media apps such as Twitter, Flickr, Google Reader, and Picasa. What are your thoughts? Do we need another application from Google? I’m not sure I’m ready for Google to have ownership of everything I do on the Internet, but they’ve got a pretty good grasp on every corner of the web anyway. Has Google Buzz shown up in your Gmail account yet? I’m still waiting to check it out.
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I’m sure i’m not the first one to see this, but it’s certainly the first time I’ve seen an active news scroller in Google search results. Just like many checking out to see what’s going on with Super Bowl 2010 I was surprised to see the “Latest results for super bowl 2010” (click link to see for your self) or take a look at the screen shot below.
I’m interested to see how many other search queries I can get this sliding news results window to show up for. One thing is for certain; Google is consistently adding new features to its search platform. If you run and search queries and see this scrolling window show up share your search query with our visitors below.
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If you have not been following the latest Google Adwords news their is a new Google Affiliate Slap starting to make headlines. I first heard the news from Perry Marshall and most recently from from the folks at Hexatrack.
In short, Google does not like affiliate marketers and is now penalizing sites that link directly to affiliate offers, but do not add any value to the site or offer. Google is being especially hard on review sites that link to affiliate offers.
This will obviously be big news for the next several weeks so stay tuned for more information.