Google Social Search Now Available Worldwide

May 20, 2011 • 8:03 am | comments (10) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

Google Social SearchGoogle announced that Google Social Search, which was officially launched in October 2009, is now being rolled out globally.

Google said they are starting with 19 languages and then rolling it out to more languages in the near future.

As some of you may remember, Social Search is now deeply integrated into Google's search results. It has taken Google a year and a half but they are now finally letting non English users use social search.

For more on social search, click here or watch the video below:

One webmaster said in a WebmasterWorld thread:

It's taking personalized search to new levels.

Soon, there will be no universal search.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld and Google Blogoscoped Forums.

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Comments:

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05/20/2011 12:37 pm

 I don't know whether it will useful or not but Google is just trying to make their potion stronger and stronger in the market.Let's see what will be the result of social search.

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05/20/2011 01:36 pm

That is a big move by Google. So finally Google is now covering the entire world officially. Its good to know.

Nick Stamoulis

05/20/2011 03:00 pm

I wonder how concerned Google is with the Facebook-Bing integration. Bing is slowly chipping away at Google's market share, and Facebook isn't in any hurry to team up with the search giant. Google is determined to own social search. It makes sense they would roll it out globally. 

Craig Desmarais

05/20/2011 03:58 pm

Finally the social search revolution has begun!

Valpo Creative

05/20/2011 10:23 pm

 Excellent addition that is well integrated with panda.

Valpo Creative

05/20/2011 10:24 pm

This an excellent addition that is well integrated with panda search engine algorithms.

googlemonopolyeu

05/20/2011 10:40 pm

Here come Social Distortion, no not the band. Nope, instead, the effect of using such flawed popularity signals.  So easily gamed and such useless content to boot. This will only make Google's search more confusing, more corrupted and create a longer line of bad actors. 

dee oneal

05/21/2011 01:05 pm

Perfect! this is absolutely great for everyone. I'm happy that it's globally available and for sure billions of people would be glad to try it out.  One of the best addition and hopefully would improve a lot in the coming days and months.

Phil

05/23/2011 04:25 am

That's great. A reason for non English users to be happy.

John Lewis Stores

05/23/2011 07:41 am

..wow..now i can share via social networking sites and search them on google too..

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