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by Stephen Logan on 17th February 2010
Google has directed its users to changes that have been made to enable them to better search for information about the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.
According to the company’s official blog, when users look for the latest gossip from their favourite sport, all the data they need will be displayed above the search results.
Similarly, podium positions, schedules and medal counts can also be viewed quickly and easily thanks to the new service.
Google also reminded internet browsers that Google Buzz has now been launched, which could allow people at the Winter Games to share updates and upload pictures and videos straight to their Gmail account.
In related news, David Hallerman, a senior analyst at eMarketer, recently praised the way in which Google demonstrated the effectiveness of SEO services during an advert at last week’s Super Bowl.
He said that the one-minute advert would have acted as a signal to competitors about the enterprise’s current market strength.