MySpace Results Now in Google Real Time Search

Feb 22, 2010 • 8:53 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

Yesterday, Google updated us on what is new at Google. One of those updates confirmed the images site command change we reported last week. Another update confirmed that Google is now showing MySpace results in their real time search results.

Google wrote:

Also in real-time news, starting this week we officially added MySpace content to real-time search. Now you can tap into the pool of news, photos and blog posts that MySpace users have chosen to publish to the world. These updates are all ranked to reflect the most relevant, freshest results, many of which are just seconds old. In all, real-time search includes more than a billion documents and processes hundreds of millions of changes daily. We're quite excited to offer this enhancement so that real-time search becomes even more useful. You can find the MySpace updates in our real-time mode by clicking on "Show Options" and then "Updates."

Want to see those results yourself? Click over here to see them or here is a quick screen capture:

MySpace in Google Real Time

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Comments:

No Name

04/26/2010 02:56 pm

Real time search is going to become ever more popular in time. It’s an area which is being talked about hugely every day, with the work that’s going in to support it, this is an area moving very quickly and really will make a big impression.

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