Google Adds Subscribed Links To Universal Search Interface
Google Subscribed Links Integrated Into Universal Search from Google Blogoscoped reports Google has integrated subscribed links into the Universal Search interface within the search results.
In the past, subscribed links, which is part of the Google Custom Search Engine initiative, would be listed in a green box at the top of your search results. Now, these subscribed links can appear anywhere on the page, from the top to the middle to the bottom of the search results.
The image below shows me pulling out just the subscribed links portion, which is marked by the Google Custom Search Engine logo:
In the past, Google would place subscribed links at the top of the results, as illustrated here:
Google Blogoscoped has more examples at his blog.
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Postscript: See Google 2D? Google Tests Vertical Results In Right-Hand Column on how this isn’t really Universal Search that’s inserting the unit.
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