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by Stephen Logan on 17th February 2010
One sector commentator has noted that considering it is a product from one of the biggest search engines in the world, Google Buzz has a lot to be desired.
Writing for Search Engine Land, Danny Sullivan said that in his opinion, there is a lot about the service that can be improved and doing a search using the built-in tool renders "less than impressive" results.
He explained that when he conducted a search for the Olympics, the top result was two hours old and from an unknown user.
Mr Sullivan questioned whether this really was the most recent buzz on the topic and why Google Buzz was scanning beyond his follower list.
He advised that by using the ‘author:’ command, users may have better results from their search.
Meanwhile, Jason Fells, social media consultant and founder of Social Media Explorer, recently explained that Google, which is known for being an effective medium when it comes to delivering SEO services, is not trying to lure users away from Facebook with Buzz.