Via Scoop.it – Contentmarketing
Sweeping and fundamental changes to online search are in full swing. Google announced that it will begin collecting and sharing user data on just about all of its sites – and users will not have the ability to opt out. One consequence of this move will be Google delivering users search results that are exponentially more personalized than anything we are used to seeing. Because our activities on YouTube, Gmail, Picassa and Google+ will be factored in, when we do a Google search it will feel like a Facebook news stream experience – we will see more content from our connections and based on our own behavior and preferences.
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