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Wednesday, June 29, 2005

 
The first time that Google launched a personalised search service it was by way of ticking subject categories that interested you, running searches and then moving a slider bar to emphasis those areas that were of particular interest to you. Now however they've gone a stage further. Search Engine Watch has an indepth article on it which is worth reading. Basically Google can now monitor the searches that you do and the pages that you visit to tailor results more closely to your own requirements. The feature can of course be turned off, and you do need to login to Google in order to use it in the first place.

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