Chris Sherman says
In my opinion, it's the strongest personalization offering from a major search engine to date
and has a SearchDay article about it here
Charlene Li says
Yes, My Search History keeps track of every query and search result that you click on within Google.com. Yes, there are some pretty interesting, (and scary) implications of Google keeping all of that data on their servers.
Nathan Weinberg says Google is now a Portal
Yes, ladies and gentleman, that is what we call a portal. Google may want to avoid it, but with a logon at Google.com, they are now officially a portal. One day, I wouldn't be surprised if we get to customize our Google.com with our favorite tabs, the option to integrate things like Google Suggest, and even custom Google Doodle. The Google Account is now part of your personal Google experience.
I would not doubt this to do a bit more of globalizing SEO. Paying people in third world countries to randomly click certain sites. I am already building a search history today as a prospective SEO tool.
Nick W says....
- The beginning of the end for studying search results for seo
- The birth of a new type of spam
- The birth of a new type of competitor sabotage
- How long before they drop the opt-in?