New Google+ Search Features

October 18, 2011 § Leave a comment

When Google+ was first released, everyone said it would be the Facebook killer, but with some added new features it’s shaping up to be more like an integration of Facebook and Twitter. Goggle+ has created new search features that are useful, mostly for journalism professionals wanting to stay up to date on the most recent topics. With their newly developed search features, you can now search in real time. The real time search results can be paused; hitting play shows the updated search results.


Google+ has even integrated the use of hashtags. Similar to twitter, adding hashtags in your post creates a direct link, allowing you to easily run a search for that word or phrase.

They are still working out the kinks with the new search features, so if your account doesn’t have them yet be patient. They’re coming soon.

This post can also be read at Marketing Conversations and Business 2 Community.

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