Google Shares The Evolution Of Their Search Engine

Nov 29, 2011 • 8:34 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

Google is really a fascinating company, so when you step back and look at how they evolved, it is both fun and education. Being that I've written about most of these changes over the years, again, looking back at a timeline and a video from the key players on Google on why they made these changes is very useful.

Yesterday, Ben Gomes, one of the key Googlers, posted on the Google blog a post named The evolution of search in six minutes.

Here is the video:

Here is the timeline they published, click on it for a larger version:

Google Timeline : click for full size

I don't have much to add outside of, it is nice to look back to see the direction and where Google may go in the future.

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Comments:

Thomas Langel

11/29/2011 04:35 pm

Hm. Interesting, especially when you add with which service/ step they make the money.

FTC is Coming

11/30/2011 09:53 am

"from the key players on Google on why they made these changes is very useful" No it isn't. It's am infomercial from the fraudsters at Google and spread by you and other Google poodles. I laughed when Marisa the Blonde talked about ads being separated clearly from the search results.

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