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Google’s Real Time Search Goes LIVE

Google goes LIVE with Real-Time Search Results pushed to your search page. The results you will see are coming in live from news articles, Twitter, MySpace and Facebook.

Check out the video and learn how to discover breaking news on the web with real-time updates from news, blogs and social networks. See it in action at Google Trends by clicking on the hot topics that are listed. You can also read more about it here.

TIP! It’s not on by default. You have to click on “Show Options”, then “Latest” to see Google’s Real Time Search Results LIVE.

Written December 7th, 2009 by | 11 Comments | Filed under: Search Engine Tips, Social Media Tips, Videos ,

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  1. WOW! The speed of particle flow is power.

    Sheila

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    Reply by: BLOGBloke at 9:16 pm said...

    @Sheila Atwood, it really brings a whole new meaning to the term “information overflow” don’t you think ;-)

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  2. I didn’t mess with the settings. However, when I searched for modern warfare 2 on google I was surprised to see live twitter results coming in. But I wonder how big of an impact it will have on users.

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    Reply by: BLOGBloke at 2:21 pm said...

    @Mushfiqur Rahman .. LIVE is all the craze right now until the next new thing comes along. Perhaps better tools to help us manage information overload.

    HELP! Will someone please build a dam and slow the flow. I’m drowning in information..

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  3. Awesome video. What a video, I liked it so much. I will tell my friends to visit this blog and watch this video…!

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  4. New Video @BLOGBloke: Google’s Real Time Search Goes LIVE http://bit.ly/4Sj04L

  5. WOW! The speed of particle flow is power.

    Sheila http://bit.ly/5scWJE

  6. @Sheila Atwood, it really brings a whole new meaning to the term "information overflow" don't you think ;-) http://bit.ly/5scWJE

  7. Noticing Google’s Real Time Search http://bit.ly/4Sj04L only works for the most popular keywords

  8. It won't be long before everyone demands RSS newsfeeds for Google’s Real Time Search http://bit.ly/4Sj04L

  9. @Mushfiqur Rahman .. LIVE is all the craze right now until the next new thing comes along. Perhaps better tools to … http://bit.ly/5scWJE

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