The key words are not very common and not a lot of people will see my content as #1, but it’s a mini victory for me to be able to get ranked #1 on a content and not having keywords that has my or my blog name in search terms.
For last few days, I have had many discussions around which is better and if Google+ will be able to turn the tables on Facebook. I was on the side of Google+ and had a lot of faith in Google to do it much better this time.
Google is going to release a new Android Market to take it a step closer to the Apple’s app store – read the full details here.
I have been a part of a project/product where we did have similar discussions and ensuring that people are getting information relevant to them. The filter bubble that Eli Pariser mentions in his talk is exactly what we did try to build in our product and are even trying to do so today. We pick up programs that people have selected and we then pass on content based on the selections.
So whats next? Asking Google to open source all of their software; and do the same to Microsoft and Apple and everything. Who knows what their software is doing to us.
Reports are swirling around the Internet that Google is in the advanced stages of testing a music service that could one day rival Apple iTunes. The reports come amid ongoing online murmurings that Google is working away on a social networking platform behind closed doors.