Have you Googled yourself today? What do you think about the new “instant search”? Many individuals, personalities, companies, associations and communities will Google themselves on a regular basis to discover what the rest of the world sees when their name is entered into the popular search engine.
Google’s new “Instant” search
Many of our readers will have noticed that Google now starts searching before the search query has even been completed. They’re calling it “Google Instant“, and it does exactly that. However, if you’re a super fast typist, you can still get quicker results by pressing the “Enter” key instead of waiting the milliseconds for Google Instant to kick in.
Here’s what our search for “AudioAcrobat” looked like at the time of writing this post:
Granted, we don’t expect everyone in the world to know that our company’s name is one word, but it is interesting to see that the top suggestion is two words “audio acrobat”. Also, while there is a section for coupon codes to be entered on our sign up form, a valid coupon code hasn’t been in existence since our launch in 2004. Lastly, people are looking for reviews of our service, which usually means that they’ve either seen it in action, have heard a buzz about it or are interested in learning more — all very positive scenarios.
Now that Google Instant is in play, one need not actually press the “Search” button unless they really (really) want to.
Examining the total amount of results for the “AudioAcrobat” search, Google saw about 12,700,000 results. 12.7 MILLION results. Wow. Also, a sponsored link appears at the very top of the list. Note the Affiliate URL as opposed to the direct link to our Home Page. Additionally, since the search for our company’s name as two words was so much more popular than the one word version, Google has chosen to show results for the more popular of the two. Let’s go with that, shall we?
Looking at the top 3 results for “audio acrobat” (as suggested by Google), we see the (anticipated) Home Page of AudioAcrobat.com at the top, a secondary “Learn More” page on the AudioAcrobat.com domain listed second and the newly-launched (yet impressively abundant) AudioAcrobat twitter account coming in third. The results are favorable and anyone performing their search should find exactly what they’re looking for — AudioAcrobat!
Hmmm…what happens when we click on Google’s “Images” tab?
What if we clicked on Google’s “Blogs” tab … what would we find there? Perhaps we’d be looking into a never ending reflection of ourselves?
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