Google Launches “What Do You Love” Search, To Find Google Services

Google has launched a new service at, which stands for “What Do You Love” from Google, which allows users to search for anything and see what comes back from a variety of Google’s many different search resources.

Over the years, Google has continued to add new products, services, portals, and features to their portfolio. Keeping up on all that Google has to offer has been hard.

There are pages that show Google products options, or new products and pages that have Google ad options and the list goes on and on. One single page of all of Google’s services and products is hard to put together, so Google designed to let users search for the Google product they want.

How well does it work? Well, I searched for email trying to see if Google would return Gmail, the very popular Google email service, as a top listing. Guess what? Gmail is the second to last option on the right column.

Let’s not get into asking Google to find a search engine. I guess Google’s relevancy algorithm is not yet there for this service?

Here is an image of the search results for ‘email’:

Hat tip to TechCrunch for covering this.

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Related Topics: Channel: Content | Google: Custom Search Engine | Google: General | Google: Other


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  • Alistair Lattimore

    Unlike Google to not have the www & non-www version of the domain configured correctly.

  • Casey Williams

    Strange, I searched on “blogging” and Blogger didn’t come up…

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