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Lucy Griffiths

Google Web Elements Adds Dynamic Functionality to Websites

12th Jun 2009 SEO Less than a minute to read

Google recently launched Web Elements. This new service allows Webmasters to quickly and easily add different dynamic functionality to any web page.

The current “Elements” include:

  • Calendar
  • Conversation (comments direct on your site)
  • Custom Search
  • Maps
  • Custom News
  • Presentations
  • Spreadsheets
  • Video News

Obviously, these expand upon the functionality already used with Adsense and YouTube video.

Website owners wanting to freshen up a site or develop new ways to communicate and engage with visitors should find some useful tools at Google Web Elements.

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