Google Suggest

As you all probably know, I’m and will always remain a great Google fan. I have a GMail account, the Google toolbar, the GMail notifier and… well that’s about all. Oh yes; I also read the Google Blog.

Well it’s at the Google Blog that I learned that the search engine company has launched a new service named Google Suggest. It basically provides you with results that you may be wanting to search before you have actually typed the complete word or phrase.

Here’s how Google itself described this new service.
“We’ve found that Google Suggest not only makes it easier to type in your favorite searches (let’s face it — we’re all a little lazy), but also gives you a playground to explore what others are searching about, and learn about things you haven’t dreamt of.”

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1 Response to “Google Suggest”


  1. 1 Joey 13 August, 2008 at 5:35 am

    Hi thank you for the info..
    Yet it wasn’t this info I wanted, but the search led me to you..
    now the thing I was searching for is:
    Can you suggest something to Google, so they can do that service on the site Google… you know include a new suggested service to the google amazing services???..

    thank you in advance..


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