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Customizing Google Search

Google Custom Search has improved again. There is now a Business Edition version that removes all ads starting at $100 per year.

You can create a new Business Edition and have your search engine fit in seamlessly with the rest of your website by visiting their build-a-bear search engine site. Or alternatively, you can convert your existing Custom Search Engine to the Business Edition through their control panel.

You can also create a Custom Search Engine on the fly to search your entire blogroll. For example, suppose you want to search your blog and every site that your blog links to. It would be a nuisance having to update your Custom Search Engine each time you update your blog.Myself, I use it to search all of my own blogs at one time. You can find it on the right sidebar under ‘Custom Search’ to see how it works.

You can read more about creating a Custom Search Engine on the fly at the Custom Search Engine API, or if you’re interested in adding search to your Blogger blog, you can also check out their blog.

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Written September 20th, 2007 by | Filed under: Blogging Tips, Miscellaneous Blog Tips, Search Engine Tips ,

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