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Dean Marsden

Google Search Stories: A Fun, Instant Way to Create a Story of Your Google Searches

11th Jul 2011 News, Koozai News Less than a minute to read

I recently stumbled upon Google’s Search Stories video creation tool on YouTube. It allows you to create an animated video of any given Google search session. What’s so fun about that? If you look at some of the examples Google have created you can really tell a story.

 

Google Search Stories Page

 

It makes you realise just how powerful a Google search can be and the amount of information we can get from the internet. It may also help you discover the power of Blog, News, Maps and Image search results.

In just moments you can produce videos on any type of story. The supplied music tracks are very well made and add that extra dimension to your search story. Why not try it out and post links to your videos in the comments below:

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