If you think Google doesn’t know what you’re searching for. Think again.
The company that now arguably owns (and curates) the world’s largest database of conversional-linked knowledge – has revealed a new service, recently, which directly ties in with its search business.
The new web application – (an extension of its ‘Hot Trends’ service) – now allows users to see what people are searching on Google – (in real-time). Reddit user ‘clulorereddit’ was the first to highlight the service, which we think is particularly notable given the recent refocusing of the world spotlight on data privacy.
The grid of shown results from others can also be used to perform your own query using the Google search service. For example, if you find a term that someone else has searched for, that you think you would also like to learn more about, clicking the term will see Google instigate a search for that term.
Just be warned. It’s highly addictive.