|Google pushing profiles; even on a site search operator|
|Written by David Harry|
|Monday, 19 December 2011 07:03|
Ok, maybe not entirely news-worthy, but I thought it interesting none-the-less.
I was sitting here getting the SGS Podcast together for this week. The guest is Wil Reynolds and since he's been on the show before I figured I'd just search the site and grab the pic of him from last time for this week's show. So off I went to use the site: command. Here's what I got back;
Sure, I am logged in, but I really wasn't looking for a G+ profile. Kinda why I used the site: operator right? I can't say I've seen this before and it is a little creepy as far as pimping their own properties. I generally give them a break on this kinda dealy but this one was just too odd not to share.
Anyone seen this before? Are they getting a little aggressive with self-promotion? I leave it to you... drop yer thoughts in the comments.
|Last Updated on Monday, 19 December 2011 07:31|
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