SEO's View of Google's Greatest Achievements of 2008

Jan 6, 2009 • 9:09 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

Frank Watson posted a thread at Search Engine Watch Forums asking members what they feel Google's top achievements of 2008 were.

Here are some of the responses from the thread:

  • Google, swooping in to muck up any and all Yahoo/MSN talks with very little effort was impressive. They didnt even dirty their hands.
  • Not related to search but I think it's pretty cool that they invested in esolar and brightsource. These are startup electric power companies that are using concentrated solar energy instead of coal to run steam turbine generator plants.
  • But maybe the most notable might be Chrome; the introduction of the long rumored and awaited browser that was long denied being in development and that hasn't exactly taken the world by storm as of yet. I have to wonder what's coming in along behind it.
  • VentureBeat's Android netbooks on their way, likely by 2010 article.
  • The G1 hasn't really taken off here in the UK like the iPhone has, or it would get a close first vote!
  • Beu gave a dozen or so including Google Sites, Website Optimizer, Friend Connect, iPhone Search, Flash support, 1 Trillion unique URLs, Fighter Jet, G1, SearchWiki

I personally wrote about my feelings on 2008, including a lot of Google topics, in my five years of writing at the Search Engine Roundtable. But if Matt Cutts can post that slide set where he goes through all the products and things he loves that Google released in the past year (which he normally does at PubCon and other conferences), that would be cool.

Forum discussion at Search Engine Watch Forums.

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Comments:

Nick Welch

01/06/2009 02:30 pm

I think I'm the only person I know who hasn't hopped on the Chrome bandwagon yet. What can I say, I pledge my allegiance to Firefox.

Nick Welch

01/06/2009 03:02 pm

Everyone I know has hopped on the Chrome bandwagon, but I just can't do it. I've tried, but I still pledge my allegiance to Firefox.

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