June 01, 2004
Google related searches
Google now does additional related queries:
as well as tracking where people go from search results:
On a Google-related note: I think I spotted you commenting in my blog the other day using a Gmail address. Upcoming post on your Gmail adventures? :)
Google has been doing the tracking thing for a looong time. The thing is they only do it occasionally to random users. Seems like a good idea to me. First of all they don't create too much attention to the tracking, second they don't use a lot of resources tracking a huge amount of users. It would probably be quite the headacke to track all of the sessions on Google.
The related searches feature is fairly new, I like it. :-)
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