No matter how good you may be with Google search, there's always something new to learn given Google's constant tweaks. This perpetual state of change is most noticeable in Chrome, where Google can integrate search capabilities with its own browser. To advance your search game, or just discover hidden tips, check out these master tips. Hop into Google's time machine to see how a site looks when Google last captured it. Google's all-knowing powers reach back to the previous versions of a website.
Google Search is much more powerful than most people know. Google is way more powerful than most people realize. Regular searches are helpful, but they don't even scratch the surface of Google's abilities. Sometimes, your basic search inquiries may not be enough or you need a tip to get the best results. Fair warning: You can't mention Google without also mentioning tracking.
These five points are important, of course, but apart from all that, if we don't have any data, we then don't have any project. If you don't know how to get it then you have nothing. And beyond this, in my previous article, I highlighted some important questions you should make yourself about source, format and necessary actions to make yourself with the data. Now…what if I told you, there's a source where you can search for thousands of datasets, and datasets only, from all around the world, in several formats and easy for you to discover and access? And who else than Google to make available something like this? Welcome to Dataset Search…the -not that new, but still in beta- Google's search engine ONLY for datasets.
Peacock is officially available across the US today, but if you want to download it on your Android device, you won't find it by browsing the Google Play Store. Instead, you'll need a direct link to its listing. In what seems to be a blunder, the new Peacock TV app does not appear in Play Store search results, CNET reports. In the weeks leading up to Peacock's launch, NBCUniversal said the new streaming service would be available on its mobile apps and websites -- as well as Android TV and Chromecast, LG and Vizio TVs and PlayStation 4. Peacock is running a promotional deal with Google, in which anyone who subscribes to Peacock's premium tier through a Google platform can unlock an extended free trial. The fact that the app isn't appearing in Play Store search results could hurt Peacock's initial rollout.
While many complain about Google's increased monopoly and control over our lives, in this article, I offer a different perspective regarding Google search. I will go as far as to claim that Google's influence (as a search engine) is declining. Not that their traffic share or revenue is shrinking, to the contrary, both are probably increasing. And Google is moving in many other directions business-wise: Search might have been their first, most used and most well-known product, but the future for Google is no longer search.